Headshot Photography Blog

Testing the Bowens Octo 90 with Malu

This was a slightly unusual headshot session, Malu visited our Exeter photography studio at the weekend for a headshot portrait but we agreed that I would use the session to test my new Bowens Octo 90 lighting modifier. Bowens Octo 90 To the uninitiated the Octo probably looks like a brolly but the strobe head [...]

By | April 27th, 2017|Headshots, Tech Talk|0 Comments

Craig: London Actor’s Headshot Photo Session

Craig is an actor based in London who whilst in Exeter asked us about commissioning some new headshot photographs in between his performances at The Bike Shed Theatre. Craig's previous headshots had been taken some time ago and needed some photographs to capture his developing look, he also demonstrated a good understanding of the technical [...]

By | April 15th, 2017|Actors Headshots, Agents|0 Comments

100 Headshots in a Day?

I think it's fair to say that on this day I took more headshot photographs than most others in Devon! Chloe had called a month or two earlier and asked about the possibility of me visiting the conference that her organisation was facilitating with a view to capturing great headshot photos of all of the [...]

By | April 11th, 2017|Uncategorised|0 Comments

Sometimes The First Portrait Photo Works

Sometimes the first photograph in the headshot portrait session is a great image; I joked with Paul about this at the time. Shooting tethered to the Mac I saw the image and knew that if he had to leave there and then we would have a good strong portrait photo to fit the brief. And [...]

By | April 6th, 2017|Headshots|0 Comments

Headshots For Southernhay Corporate Recovery and Professional Services Company

Not all of our photography is undertaken in our own Southernhay studio in central, Exeter; sometimes we nip across the road and shoot on other people's places. This was the case recently when we visited Begbies Traynor to photograph three of the team using their offices as a backdrop. Working to the company's defined brand [...]

By | March 10th, 2017|Corporate Staff Photography, Location|0 Comments

Corporate Headshots For Exeter Solicitors

Exeter solicitors Gilbert Stephens have recently commissioned us to update their staff corporate headshots. The convenience of the Barnfield Crescent headshot studio in central Exeter meant that staff members were able to visit the studio individually throughout two morning sessions allowing for a relaxed environment whilst keeping staff downtime to a minimum. The images were [...]

By | March 9th, 2017|Corporate Staff Photography|0 Comments

Abi: Headshots For Performers

Abi Wren visited the Exeter headshot studio recently, in Barnfield Crescent, Exeter. Having recently graduated with a 2:1 Abi was about to start a performance season but didn't have any representative images for the company's website headshots. Fantastic fun to work with Abi came well prepared and with a clear idea of the look that [...]

By | March 5th, 2017|Headshots|0 Comments

Commercial Headshot Photography in Exeter For Southernhay Team

A great afternoon photographing the team of Granted Consultancy in our Southernhay Exeter photography studio. Granted Consultancy are "UK and EU grant funding specialists who work with ambitious businesses and entrepreneurs seeking funding for their company or ideas" and director Tom Kennard explained that the company were looking to update their current online profile photos [...]

By | February 21st, 2017|Corporate Staff Photography, Headshots|0 Comments

Card Payment for Headshot Photography

We are pleased to announce that we are now able to take card payments* for individual headshot photography sessions from our Southernhay Photography studio in Exeter. This added convenience will be available to clients immediately though we would ask people to mention that they intend to pay by card prior to booking. Of course we [...]

By | January 31st, 2017|Payment methods|0 Comments

Black and White Headshots

Many visitors to our Exeter headshot portrait studio ask about black and white photography; a simple enough request maybe? Although some time ago I considered buying a camera that shoots black and white only, the Leica Monochrom, most digital cameras shoot colour initially. A camera sensor captures red, green and blue (RGB) channels independently and [...]

By | January 27th, 2017|Headshots, Tech Talk|0 Comments