Corporate Headshots & Portraitscorporate / pr-editorial
Portraits & PRpr-editorial
Advertising Photographyadvertising / commercial
Product & Still-life Photographypr-editorial / product-photography
Beauty & Fashion Photographyadvertising / commercial / fashion
Interior Photographycommercial / corporate / pr-editorial
Portrait photography helps identify who we are, how we see ourselves or how we are seen. They can be honest images or equally created for affecting a new and improved persona.
There are two types of portrait sessions that we create. The ‘studio’ shot, usually shot on a seamless backdrop with and without props and the ‘environmental’ portrait, placing the sitter in their surroundings. These can be so diverse that you may find many variations in a single session.
Speak to us to find out more about our portrait shoots for your requirements and see our portfolio for examples of our work.
Most of our clients will hire us for commercial, corporate or media projects and so we shoot lots of portraits that end up in the national press and trade publications.
This often means we are given instructions on the scope of a shoot so we can create images fit for purpose as these shots will have a clear objective.
Other clients who are looking to build a library of stock PR shots take a different approach and we are often asked to create additional images that have the capacity for long term use.
What clients say
“David is an amazing advertising & portrait photographer and I have recommended him to all my clients. I can’t recommend him highly enough — his work is often seen in Retail Week and Drapers with “industry voices” with their pictures by Headshot London. If you want a professional photographer look no further.”
Vicki – Fashion & Retail PR Consultant
“I love the sincerity of this picture. I am a fan of literature and when I was young I lectured in Journalism before my career as a professional sportsman took off. I like my portrait as you see it, because it looks like the poet or novelist I have always longed to be but never could.”
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