Do you get nervous in front of a camera? You’re not alone. We feel scrutinized and unsure of what to do with our body, so we want to rush through headshots all while feeling worried that the photos won’t turn out well and trying to hide that worry behind a fake smile. Yikes! No wonder so many people dislike photos of themselves.
At Art of Headshots our photographer’s talent with a camera is obvious. More importantly, their natural empathy and ability to listen help ease your nerves. Once the jitters subside they’re able to make your personality shine.
Invest in your future by getting our professional headshots photographer to expertly capture your personality in your headshots.
I think something that many actors have, which is something you learn, is that you can’t be afraid to look stupid, you can’t be afraid to mess up, you can’t be afraid of anything
Actor headshots are the single most important component towards building a successful career as an actor, besides your natural talent and abilities. After seeing countless auditions in a day, casting directors use actor headshots to remember their favourite actors. This is why it is so crucial that your personality and emotive talents are reflected in your headshots.
Our methodology for producing headshots has helped countless actors succeed. We dig deep to bring that spark of life out in your eyes because our goal is to get directors to pause when they see your photo and spend more time considering you for the role. We sincerely want to see you make it in this acting industry.
Emmy nominated actors teach you everything you need to know to make it in Hollywood, including how (not) to take the best headshot, how to train for acting and how to memorize lines. Featuring William H. Macy, Edie Falco, Jeff Daniels, Ed Harris, Michael Stuhlbarg, Mandy Patinkin, Darren Criss, David Harbour and Alexis Bledel – by Vanity Fair