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Mark Turnbull is a respected, seasoned headshot photographer, specifically capturing the characters of company directors and staff in formal or informal corporate headshot images for your corporate website, annual report and linked in profiles.
Formal Staff and Director Headshots.
Many companies choose generic style formal corporate headshots, photographed in their London offices.
This provides the very best images, taken in controlled conditions with the absolute minimum of working day disruption.
These images can then of course be used in multiple online or print publications and in that regard provide excellent value for money with a lifetime value of several years.
Such images also present your staff int he very best light and with the consistent brand message to suit their initial intended publication formats. This type of formal image capturing remains one of the most popular types of corporate photography but requires a photographer able to direct staff and composition to capture individual character in a corporate setting
London Location Headshots.
Some clients may choose to emphasise their location of operation in the photograph. This is particularly true of banks, traders or other professionals where their location is of extreme importance.
Such a photographic task involves dealing with additional potential variables, such as weather and light. All our photographers are extremely experienced in managing these situations and are of course adequately equipped to deliver under these circumstances.
Naturally our photographers will have also already brought the correct equipment to light and shoot in these settings and will project manage the shoot to achieve these goals, dealing with potentially changing lighting conditions and composing the shoots to capture the essence of the subject in that setting.
Is there a nearby London landmark that would serve as an interesting and informative backdrop?
It is widely accepted that to get the very best photograph of a person, you need to shoot them while they are truly being themselves. These types of photograph are normally informal in nature but are often wonderful shots that convey a person’s character.
Informal headshot photography is a specialist area and requires skill to work under normal lighting conditions without intrusion or causing the subject to act out of character.
This type of headshot photography is often used in annual reports and on websites where work or process description is essential. It involves different camera and lens equipment and longer post processing times.
Studio Headshot Photography.
Many clients require studio photography to ensure their photographs can be reused the maximum number of times.
Of course clients also want the shoot to not involve staff trips to a studio. In this instance we bring the studio to you, setting up the right equipment in your designated office area. This requires some forward planning and lighting, gel and backdrops and blackout sheets to ensure minimum disruption to nearby staff.
With planning and the right photographer your staff headshots shoot can be a fun day that yields brilliant results and can be used to help build a team spirit.
To find out how to achieve the best images, call Mark or one of the photographic team on 0800 298 5256
Preparing for the photo shoot.
It is important to project manage multiple headshot photographic commissions to work within your normal daily routines and conditions with the absolute minimum of disruption. To not do so can indirectly impact on productivity.
Having taken corporate headshots for hundreds of companies, in and around the city of London alone, Mark will not only professionally photograph your most important asset with the minimum of impact on your working day, but also project mange and advise your HR teams beforehand on how to prepare for the day.
Either in your office or in front of a famous London landmark from the Gherkin to St Paul’s Cathedral, Mark and his team will also bring with them the correct professional equipment to ensure a properly composed and exposed image with the subject well lit for the maximum impact.