Carlos Taylhardat

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Carlos Taylhardat is a portrait photographer in Vancouver BC for Art of Headshots Portrait Studio. As an adult Carlos was a Youth Worker and Family Therapist for Children that were displaced due to abuse in their homes. Following a 15 yrs career, Carlos burrowed his experience in counselling to adapt a new system for photographing people. His vast experience and knowledge of the human psychic is clearly displayed in his work for photographing people

Selfie vs Professional Portraits

We have crossed milestones in the effort of capturing expression through portraits, in paintings of the elites by masters like Rembrandt and Davinci and through photography. In recent years, it has become easy and immediate through selfies. What is beauty? On the covers of Vogue and GQ, we see models who are years away from […]

Three Tips for Travel Photography

Travel Photography Travelling can be exciting, outstanding or relaxing. Where do you go on Vacation? Beach resorts in Hawaii, Mexico or the Dominican Republic? Are you adventurous traveller climbing mountains, seeking the jungle or recording political events? Whatever type of vacation you might choose, wouldn’t it be great to have images to match your experience? […]

Yousuf Karsh

How to Prepare for a Headshot Photo Session

The day following corporate headshots

Different Headshot Styles

the power of photography

how to choose a headshot photographer

Wishing a 新年快乐 (Happy Chinese New Year)

YEAR OF THE DOG This is the year of hard work ( year of the dog ), you can’t rely on luck or past success to carry you through the next 12 months.  Looking for  a new business venture, promotion or a new career – this is the year to work harder if you want […]

why do I photograph so badly

“I want you to know that I hate getting my photos taken”, often are the first few words clients say upon entering my room.  “…  It’s my favorite problem to resolve, my career has been built by resolving this problem because today you are about to experience something different”, is my usual reply to people […]