Our article about how to simply, creatively & inexpensively enhance your trust online has just been published on the clearbooks blog. Our co-founcer, Franck Jehanne speaks about the importance of professional portrait and headshot photography for your business in order to get a maximum level of credibility online and how it is important to pass on some key visual messages to your clients and your website’s visitors.
You can read the full article here : A simple, creative & inexpensive way to enhance your trust online
Headshot of Oliver Sutton from Charles Green photographed for the Hot 100 Professional Jeweller magazine (2016 edition).
This is a classic business portrait shot in outside in a cloister. This gives a great atmosphere to the headshot. The photograph is shot quite close to the sitter and this enables to keep the focus on the person being photographed.
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It is not March yet, but the days are getting longer and we are finally enjoying a bit more sun and it is time to resume shooting outdoor environmental portraits after a few months of winter and interior business headshot photography.
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As part of a large portrait project, commissioned by a London publication, we shot this fun portrait Jeremy France showing at the same time his love of skiing and his passion for wine.
The image was shot on location at his house in the South of England by one of our headshot and business portrait photographer.
We were commissioned by a british magazine to shoot Daniel & Richard McNutt from Apex Luxury. Our headshot photographer created an environmental portrait outside featuring a glimpse of the city.
It can sometimes be interesting to reveal more personal elements when having a portrait shot, especially when you are being featured in a magazine. This headshot was shot for a business to business (B2B) magazine and the editor had suggested that the person’s hobby or passion was shot doing something he enjoys doing outside of work.
The portrait of Ian Broad was shot among cycles in his workshop. This tells more about him and enabled the editor to have a very business article while the visual impact of the picture made the feature much lighter.
One of our London based photographer met Ruth Bewsey in a cosy coffee shop for a photoshoot and created a nice PR headshot.
For the 2016 edition of the WatchPro Hot100, James Buttery chose his favourite barber shop in East London as the location of his portrait.
Great headshot photographed in our London Bridge photography studio !
We had Emily Barber from Bonhams coming to our London Bridge studio to shoot her business portrait.
This simple portrait provides everything Monica Porracin wanted in her photo; a clean background, a bit of colour, and contrast to make her stand out.
Including nature into the image : capturing a beautiful rainbow for our outdoor portrait of Daniella Draper in Lincolnshire.
The Bulgari showroom at New Bond Street provided a fantastic location for general manager Vincent Reynes’s portrait shoot.
One of our London Photographer travelled to Brighton to create a concept shot of the young jewellery designer John Moore. John poses in a white environment surrounded by his colourful amazing creations.
Not all portraits need to be on a plain white background, a nice texture can make you stand out from the rest.
We were commissioned by Professional Jeweller Magazine to create this editorial portrait of Bobby and Tommy White.
We had the chance to go to the stunning Lewes Priory Ruins to shoot an environmental portrait for Alexis Dove. The atmospheric location was a perfect backdrop to create a very distinctive image.