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Headshots

 You can reach me at 646-275-4750 and at nyphotony@gmail.com 

Your Headshot

If you’re an actor, performer, model, business person, or entrepreneur then you need professional photos to get yourself noticed.   A great photo shows that you are serious about your brand. You’ll see the difference one photo makes almost immediately, whether it’s on your company website, LinkedIn profile, Facebook Page, Twitter page, or in the hands of a casting agent. Connect with me to talk about your headshot needs! 

The Process

Booking your headshot is easy. Simply email me at nyphotony@gmail.com or call me at 646-275 4750. I offer in studio headshots in Flushing, Queens as well as on-location lifestyle headshots.  Once you schedule your appointment I suggest you bring two to three outfit combinations for the session. Generally, my headshot sessions last less than an hour. I also tether my camera to my computer so you can see the shots as they are taken! All images would be delivered at full res the same day via Dropbox. Edits would be completed after 48 hours of you selecting them. All images are yours to keep. 

Hair & Makeup

If you require hair and makeup for your shoot I have four very experienced people that I use regularly. Their rates start at $100 added to the regular session. 

Let’s Rock! 

Not only do I guarantee a stress-free session I will also direct you and coach your poses if this is your first headshot shoot. 

 

Booking your Headshots NY

 

You can use the contact form below to inquire about a booking.

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Does Your LinkedIN Photo Matter?

Well, does it!? 

In short; yes. It matters a lot. I’m not just saying that because I take headshots for people who need them FOR LinkedIN. I’m saying it because it’s true. If you want a recruiter to hire you, talk to you, or even get to know what you’re all about you definitely need a great photo to accompany your otherwise stellar body of work. I have heard from many HR folks who have hired me to update their staff photos that it’s always been an issue.

“He’s been using the same picture since 1998”

“She used a photo from her wedding”

“They took a selfie and posted it on their page”

Those are just some of the things I’ve heard over the course of my eight-year career shooting people. I have also shot headshots for recruiters and I kid you not – more often than not they will admit to passing over someone just because of the photo they chose for their LinkedIn headshot.

“I’d hire her but the picture of her on the mechanical bull is too much, who does that?”

“He seems great but we have another guy with the same skill set that didn’t use a picture of them golfing.”

“He’s holding his kitten in the photo…”

Again these are things I have legitimately heard while taking headshots for clients. You may not think so but your LinkedIN Headshot photo matters big time. It’s not a representation of who you are but it also lets potential recruiters and companies know that you take yourself seriously enough to schedule a proper photoshoot, for lack of a better word; a classy photo. I have had clients message me not too long after photoshoots with great news of how our photos helped them land the job and that they’ll be back in a few months. That’s another thing! Ideally, you should be getting new photos every six months or so or every two years when you get promoted or make another career decision.

Believe me, as a photographer I know how much people hate to have their pictures taken for work. It’s just part of working life now. We are so connected on every level digitally why wouldn’t you want to have an elegant photo of yourself that enhances your professional presence online?

As always – thanks for your time. I gotta go take some photos.

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Press

Hello, everyone! This page is dedicated to articles I have written for other websites as well as places nyphotony.com has been mentioned.

Mentioned on MSN Career Builder

Mentioned on Deseret News

Number 10 on this tips link

Shooting from Home tips on PhotographyTalk.com

Dealing With Flakes article for PhotographyTalk.com

Review for F-Stop Magazine

Starting a photography company

Review for F-Stop Magazine: Noel Kerns

Mention on B2B Community: Social Media Predictions

 Mention on The Hound: Why Is My Job Sexy

Mention on Self Employment King: How To Increase Sales

Review for F-Stop Magazine: Robert Herman’s “The New Yorkers”

Mention on National Federation of Independent Business

CarolRoth.com Advice For Entrepreneurs Starting New Businesses

Mention on Granted.com “What are the worse reasons for taking a job.”

Review for F-Stop Magazine: Dolce Via by Charles H. Traub

Mention on Self Employment King: How To Use Instagram For Business

Review For F-Stop Magazine: Paul Chesley: A Photographic Voyage

Mention in an article for NFIB.com

Review for F-Stop Magazine: Moon Viewing

Photo for “Tamed Lightning”  by Susana Acosta

Contribution to Connect: 100+ Mind Blowing Strategies to Use Social Media and Drive Business Growth

Review for F-Stop Magazine: Bronx Boys by Stephen Shames

9 Tips to Propel Your Personal Brand