Actor’s Headshots for Casting

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Dennis Hopper 1936 to 2010

Dennis Hopper 1936 to 2010 It is with a great deal of regret and a sense of sorrow that I dedicate today’s Art of Headshots daily blog, towards one of the most brilliant actor’s of our time, the late Dennis Hopper. His brilliant career includes my favorite monologue, set in the movie “True Romance”. Where […]

Casgting Headshots Part 4

Headshots for Casting Part 4 How to choose a photographer? Looking for your greatest image for casting? Want to stand out? Need results? Finding a photographer that can deliver results may be a difficult task. Most photographers offer Headshots for Casting, but few deliver the wanted results. Choosing a professional photographer that specializes in Headshots, […]

Location Shoot vs Studio Headshots for Casting, Workbook and Auditions

Most photographers offer two type of Headshots – studio and/or location shoot. We will cover the advantages and disadvantages of both to help you the actor be informed of what may or not work for your personality, needs and desired outcome. Location Headshots (advantages) – Location shoots can be a bit more creative than studio. […]

Actor’s Headshots

Actor’s Headshots A casting agent receives hundred or thousands of 8X10’s to fill out a role. He or She tries to match the face to the desired role. Wouldn’t you want a headshots that stands out? A headshots that says this person is just what we want? Sometimes they are looking for a certain look, […]

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