Christ John Otto makes his triumphant return to the Sid Ceaser Photography studios for a head shot session prior to his big relocation to the United KingdomRead More
I’ve been photographing head shots for a local bank in the Nashua area. The HR manager, located in another state, contacted me directly because she likes my clean, modern feel for head shots. I love shooting on a white and making elegant, contrasty head shots - It eliminates visual clutter. A nicely cropped head & shoulders head shot gets you up close and personal.
Are YOU interested in a clean, crisp, compelling head shot? Let me help you look elegant.
For as long as I’ve known Maureen, she’s told me to call her Moe. I love that. I love her nickname.
Moe took my workshop a long, long time ago. Sometime back in 2009 or 2008.
All these years have passed, and when Moe decided it was time to take a step forward professionally, she told me I was the only photographer she wanted to call. Comments like that make me feel all warm and appreciated inside.
So Moe came by the studio a little while ago, and we caught up and we had a ton of laughs, and then we got down to business.
When a session is booked with me, I leave a lot of time for what I call “the Process” to happen. Head shots, to me, are an organic process. Not only am I photographing you in a certain way, but I want to make sure that we don’t feel rushed – that we aren’t pressured for time. I ask clients to leave their schedule open; to not schedule anything after our shoot. I don’t ever want a client and I to loose the connection we are developing because they are pressed for time, or looking at their watch. We’ll shoot a bit, and chat, and shoot, and chat. There will probably be a lot of talking, because I love to talk and share.
When I emailed Moe her proofs, she emailed me back saying “This photo is a statement of how I see myself moving forward.”
Thank you, Moe. I am always in your corner
Lauren had wanted to work with me for many years but it was never the right time until recently when she needed an updated headshot for her business and LinkedIn pages. But as you can see from the image above, this session became much more than a headshot session.Read More
One of the reasons I like photographing non-model subjects is because I believe that *everyone* can photograph well. You don't have to be a fashion model. You deserve a nice, elegant portrait of yourself. Linda was looking for an updated headshot for her new website (and new career!) and she really loved what she saw on my website. She was nervous, but as she wrote to me in an email: "You made it fun, and I appreciate that. Thanks again for putting me at ease, and making what I had built up to be a scary experience, fun instead."
Thanks Linda. You rock.
I don't remember how long I've known photographer Jane Button. It seems like forever. I know she was around when I was in college, so that makes it at least 14 or so years. I've always thought she was adorable, and I'm always making stupid "cute as a button" comments because of her last name, but I love being around Jane. She's a theater actor and she's always so friendly and I just enjoy her.
She's branching out to spend more time being a professional photographer and she hired me to create some head shots that would go on her new website and various online purposes.
Cute as a Button.
Rebecca Dixon is the head of Great American Downtown in Nashua NH. She's into scooters and loves laughing and has a fantastic personality and a fantastic smile and presence.
I got the privilege to create a head shot for her that she'll use for social media and promotion.
And when I say privilege, I mean it. There is a wide, vast selection of photographers that someone can choose from. When those people come to you because they love your work, it really means something. It isn't because they are obligated too. I cherish every single person that selects my services from all the others that are available. Choose the service that best fits your needs and you think looks the most awesome.
Visit Rebecca through her website. Attend the incredible things she organizes for Downtown Nashua. She rocks.