Business Headshot: Mini Sessions

I’m going to take the next while on the blog to showcase exactly what you’ll get out of the different headshot packages available with me, starting with the entry level Business Mini package. And since my husband needed a new headshot last month – and quickly – it was the perfect time to test out the new package. And if you hop on over to his Facebook page, you’ll see he’s already using the updated photograph and long before I had a chance to blog about it!

The Business Mini (starting at $300) is the perfect choice if you already have a suite of photos you use for your entire business and just need to update one. It’s also a good option if you’re just getting your feet wet in a new field or starting a new business. Need a photo just for LinkedIn and Facebook? This is a great choice for simple needs and will quickly give you the photos you need – all while still offering my hallmark service to help you feel your best through the entire process. Headshot mini sessions provide a foot in the door to a professional look without the extras.

Included: photography planning phone call prior to session, hair and makeup styling if desired, photo session with two looks, one final image in full size and social media size files.

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