More and more professionals like dentists, chiropractors, attorneys, and real estate agents are using their image to market their company and/or practice. There are many benefits to using portraits in your marketing campaign, however, if not done right portraits can give your business a bad “image”.
I recently did a business portrait session for my friend’s husband. He is opening a chiropractic business and is using his image heavily in his marketing campaign. ProActive Spine & Joint is located in Auburn and will be opening in June. Dr. Brandon Galbraith will be performing general chiropractic work as well as sports related chiropractic needs. It was important that we had some variety so Dr. Galbraith could use the portraits in a variety of mediums and appeal to different customers. I chose to use natural light for the entire session and I think the images turned out beautifully or should I say handsomely :). We needed business head shot portraits that could be used on a pull up banner, business cards, and print literature. To cover the broad spectrum of possibilities that the portraits could be used I chose 3 different light techniques, 3 different outfits and several different poses. Besides my husbands, 🙂 these are some of my favorite business head shots that I have taken. Dr. Galbraith’s business portraits have such a fresh, clean, and…well professional feel. Mission Accomplished!
Check out the entire business professional session here…oh and I snapped a couple shots of Blake, their 6 month old, in between outfit changes :). To book your portrait session contact Sheets Photography today.