How To Create Great Dallas Headshots
There is often a look of incredulity when my photography cart rolls onto the scene? “I thought you would just pull out a camera and start taking pictures!” “That’s a lot of gear!”
I’ve been a photographer for over twelve years, so the standard equipment that I use for the majority of my shoots seems pretty normal.
I mean, there is plenty of stuff on the cart, but I prefer to keep things as simple as I can, and not go crazy with gear. However, most people don’t regularly work with a Dallas headshot photographer, so I can totally understand why they would be shocked. There is a lot that goes into taking great headshots, and having the right equipment and enough of it is a big deal.
Having a creative eye is critical for sure, but the headshot photographers that are worth their snuff have to have the right gear as well.
Here is a breakdown of some of the equipment that goes into Dallas headshots, and why it’s important:
Lastly, I couldn’t leave you without sharing one of my favorite phrases: “It looks like you are moving in!”
Truthfully, I kinda am.
It takes quite a bit of gear to make great headshots, and by the time I’m set up, I have in essence an entire studio located in someone’s atrium or conference room. Don’t worry though, I promise to be a good roomie while I’m here, and won’t bring any cats with me. Once I leave you’ll never know I was there. Well, except for the fact that the coffee pot may be a bit lower, but otherwise I’m pretty low impact. Hopefully though, now you can see a bit more on why it takes what it takes for great photos. Enjoy!