Personal branding photos are more than just a headshot and every business needs branding photos. But why does your business need personal branding photos? The photos from your photo shoot will tell your story the way you want it to be told and let you sell yourselfauthentically. Personal branding photography
Lori Bloom, owner of Blooming Colors Art was ready for a personal branding shoot. She is a mixed media artist who works intuitively, using liquid watercolors to create the background that will guide her to create her multi- dimensional art. Lori explores the natural elements of the world and strives to
What should you wear for your personal branding photoshoot? You should wear: What makes you feel fabulous What makes you feel confident What makes you feel like you want to smile, dance and laugh. You need to wear what makes you feel good – because when you feel good, you
Planning your personal branding photo session can be a little overwhelming. But it doesn’t have to be. Think of your session like a story – the story of your brand. What chapters do you want to include? What scenarios and what details? The five main types of phots you need
Let’s face it props make your branding photos oh so much more interesting. They bring in your brand colors and personality while giving an insight to you. And they take the focus away from you – not saying that you shouldn’t be in your branding photos – you should, but
A personal branding session is a commitment – both in time and money. Using your photos as much as possible will make the photos worth the investment and who doesn’t love to get something valuable for their hard earned money? Consistently styled images will also make your brand easily recognizable
Photography is the way I get to make the world a little more beautiful.
I see the beauty and magic in everyday things and life that most people don’t. And through photography I get to remind you that there is beauty in every day and there is beauty in you.
Words to Live By
“You don’t always need a plan.
Sometimes you just need to breathe,
trust, let go, and
see what happens.”