Diana P. Lang Photography

Personal Branding Locations

Choosing a location for your personal branding session doesn’t have to be difficult.

Before you start considering locations for your session, take the time to think about what your average day looks like. Remember that you want to give potential clients and audience a look at a day in your life so your photos need to tell that story. Think about the story you want to tell, your story.

Lauren is a real estate maven so we wanted a location with an architectural look. We choose a spot where I knew I could get as many looks as possible in a short time. Warning – if you chose this location bring walking shoes. I love to photograph there and will keep you moving!

You may  find that you don’t need to look very hard or far for the perfect location. Your office or backyard might be all you need. Using props to bring your workspace to life is a simple way to create a great setting for your shoot. Consider some of the coffee shops, hotels, studios or co-working spaces in your area for ideas. Always opt for a location with as much natural light as possible as this makes for the best shots.

If content is king, then planning is queen.

Know the purpose of your photo shoot. How do you plan to use your images? They can be used for social media, website, press releases and more. Knowing how you intend to use your photos will give you the results you want. 

Are you ready to start planning your personal branding session? I will help you choose the right location to tell your story.  Email me to find out how.

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Personal Branding, Portrait and Headshot Photographer Diana P. Lang sites with a stack of magazines in her hand

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.”

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