“You never get a second chance to make a good first impression.”

We have all heard this and it is even truer now that everything is online. With online searching and connecting, a great business headshot can make all the difference in whether a potential client or associate decides to work with you. A polished headshot or business portrait is an essential tool for promoting yourself and your business.

We specialize in professional headshots and business portraits. At Kathleen Hall Photography we have the ability to help you solidify your look and your brand. We want to make you look great!

If you are in need of new headshots, please give us a call.

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Extra space on the side of your headshot gives a more contemporary look and works well. This can also be used to allow room for content to talk about your business in a brochure or for a website.

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Editorial style headshots are often taken at your place of business and have a different feel to them.

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Choosing a specific color to feature in your business portrait helps to solidify your brand.

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Make Your Headshot As Professional As You Are

As more and more professionals are realizing the need for an online presence and the need to make that presence as personal as possible, many of you have a headshot that you have put online. Is that image the best impression of you? Is it professional, properly lit and posed and does it convey the message that you want it to? Most everyone these days seems to have a camera and is ready to take your picture – is that the type of image that you want to represent you, your business and your professional image? Are you ready to update your business portrait? Or, do you have professional headshots of yourself, but you have added new staff and want to add them and have consistent quality to represent your business?

If you are in need of a new business portrait or headshot, please consider our studio. We have been serving the Tampa Bay area for over 20 years. Chances are very good that someone in your firm or neighborhood has had a portrait created by Kathleen Hall Photography. Because of her depth of experience, quality equipment and lighting and attention to detail, Kathleen will create an outstanding image of you. Lighting, exposure and posing for your body type and face will create a dynamic image for you that you will be proud to have as your first impression.

We recognize that you are busy and want to have this need met quickly and efficiently. We offer a 24 hour turnaround on individual images and within a week for larger groups of ten or more individuals. We offer on location set up for your convenience or you can come to us at our full service studio located in Palm Harbor, Fl.

We would be pleased to book an appointment for you and answer any further questions. Please call the studio to set the most convenient time and day for you and your staff.

Top Ten Places to Use Business Headshots

1. Your Business Card

Business card images are often the first impression a new or prospective client gets.  Make sure your business portrait is clean, clear, in focus, well lit and cropped appropriately for the most impact.

2. Your Newsletter

When you use your headshot on a monthly or quarterly newsletter, you will reinforce your image in your clients mind.  Would you rather do business with the smiling face you see on the newsletter, or the impersonal company that appears in the letterhead?

3. Your Business Stationery

Same as for the newsletter.  If you don’t send a newsletter but often have the need to send personal correspondence, reinforce your image to the client.  A great headshot provides a friendly face to put with any news that is sent. If this is a first contact with a client, chances are much higher that the content will actually get read when there is a face connected with the information

4. Social-Networking Sites Like LinkedIn, Facebook, and Pinterest

The above sites, plus all the other Web 2.0 sites you use for building visibility and connecting with others.  A business portrait is a core element of your standard corporate profile.

5. Your E-mail Signature

This is a great place to make your e-mails more personal with a great headshot.  Of course, with your corporate e-mail, you need to comply with company guidelines.  

6. Your Blog

If you have a blog or traditional Web site, you should post your business portrait, preferably on the homepage.  And if you are an author, public speaker or an expert source for the press, include an area where event planners, clients and reporters can download a variety of headshots of you in different sizes.

7. Web-Bookmarking Sites Like Digg and StumbleUpon

These tools help you store, archive and rate your favorite content on the web and allow you to upload a profile.  As with social -networking sites, they provide an opportunity for you to include your business portrait.

8. Your Comments on Other Websites and Blogs.

Blog-commenting software like Disqus (pronounced discuss) allows you to upload a profile and headshot.  Your profile is automatically included when you post comments on Disqus-enabled blogs.

9. Skype

It’s great for people to connect a face with a voice. Upload your business portrait on Skype – especially if you don’t have a webcam to make video calls.

10. Twitter

Always include your business portrait on your Twitter profile.  You can also customize your Twitter page with any images and backgrounds you choose.