Headshots, headshots, headshots! The Fall and Winter have been filled with actor/model headshot sessions. I have all types of packages, large and small for any type of headshot you might need. Corporate headshots, actor, marketing, or social media portraits.
Fashion Photography gives me the opportunity to work with models, makeup/hair people and stylists. Sometimes we are shooting for a magazine and sometimes it’s for a model’s portfolio/zed card. No matter what the reason, I love being able to be creative!
I recently did a headshot session for a former model turned movie producer. I convinced him to let me shoot it square and we agreed on black and white. We also did a secondary image to be used for his IMDB page.
This lovely young lady was a good enough sport to allow my makeup artist to do a “BEFORE” photo of her. I wanted to photograph her because I loved her long red hair and perfect pale skin with freckles. This is proof that my team can transform someone with our beauty photography and makeover sessions.
These shoots are great to do just as a treat to yourself or as a gift to a loved one. They can be as simple or dramatic as you want!
We had an amazing amount of fun with this Marie Antoinette inspired shoot for HC Style Magazine. The dresses were provided by Amanda Ritchie Bridal and Beauty and also K&B Bridal both in Harford County. Hair by Lisa Jones-Butz of Subtle Rebellion salon + gallery and makeup by Gina Bateman. These were done a few months ago…but I needed to add them to my website. This fashion editorial was shot in Harford County Maryland. Fashion photography for HC Style Magazine.
As a photographer for many modeling agencies, I have the challenge of coming up with new ideas and shoot locations. Recently I worked with the lovely Bailey on her modeling composite card and since she brought this adorable swim tube as a prop I thought it would be fun to take it to our local Harford County Maryland stream and have her her splashing around in a photo. After reviewing the images, I wasn’t crazy about how the water had turned out…kind of a brownish tone from the recent rain. I suddenly had an idea of removing her image from the stream and giving her a new pool to swim in! I photographed pool water separately and like magic she was splashing in pretty blue pool water vs the brownish Winter’s Run stream. So this is proof you can’t believe what you see anymore in a photograph, even in a teen modeling composite card photography shoot!
I just worked with Bailey and what a beauty! We did six looks to start her first modeling portfolio. Model portfolio photography is one of my favorite types of shoots. We spend approx. 3-4 hours shooting in the studio and outdoors to create images that are used on Zed cards, also called composite cards and websites.