In February 2014, Philadelphia Corporate Headshots took on our biggest group photo shoot to date when we shot The Graham Group at their Center City office. The shoot took two half days and required a good bit of organizing beforehand, but in the end the shoot went smoothly and the pictures were fantastic.Read More»
Jennifer Byrne, president and CEO of Tropical Travelers, contacted me the other week with explicit instructions to “blow her away.”Read More»
The Order Sons of Italy reached out to us from their national headquarters in Washington, DC to shoot their national convention in Philadelphia. OSIA is the largest and oldest national organization for men and women of Italian heritage in the United States. With more than 650 chapters and over 600,000 members nationwide, they honered Congressman Thomas Marino of Pennsylvania with the Guglielmo Marconi award, OSIA’s highest honor.
Siren-pr, a public relations firm out of New York City, recently contact us for a bid on a corporate shoot. One of the clients they represent, the Armada Group, needed photos. Fortunately for us, they made it very clear what they wanted: individual head shots and a group photo consisting of three executives.Read More»
We were recently contacted by Ameriprise Financial to do some corporate photos for their office in Langhorne, PA. What Ameriprise wanted was pretty much what 80% of our corporate clients need: an on location shoot, 5-15 employees shot individually, a group photo, and an overall efficient production so no one’s time was wasted.Read More»
Today’s blog entry deals with one of the questions that we constantly receive from the people who set up their office’s photo shoot. The question is “what should I do to get my employees prepared for their individual shoot?” It gets asked every time, without fail. This question comes from HR employees, the office manager, or even from the president or CEO. Certainly it is a valid question and for the most part the answer is simple.
For the sake of being as efficient as possible so that no time is wasted, every single employee should have their hair and makeup done, plus any changes that need to be made to their wardrobe when they enter the room. Every person is 100% responsible for how they look on camera. It’s easy to blame the photographer that you don’t like your nose, your makeup, or the way your hair looks, but these are things only the individual can ultimately control. Make sure you are well hydrated and stay off the sodium a good 24 hours prior to the shoot. Your skin will thank you.Read More»
We recently completed a large project in Center City for Herbalife Inc., at one of their sales rallies at the Constitution Center. This was a huge challenge for us because they needed a large volume of photos taken, printed, and delivered within 24 hours. Usually a 24 hour turnaround time is close to impossible for a photo event of this size. In the end, we put together our heads, equipment, and time, and delivered everything on time, thanks to a lot of coffee and 80s hair metal at loud volumes.Read More»