HeadShots Studio Sessions
No matter what industry you’re in, you can’t go wrong with a classic studio backdrop. We offer studio sessions six days per week, and with as little as four hours notice.
For busy professionals who want a simple and efficient session, we offer Express Studio Sessions starting at just $150. This package is the best deal in the San Francisco Bay Area for magazine-quality portraits.
For executives who are interested in a more personalized session, at a slower pace, Standard Studio Sessions are perfect for capturing multiple high-quality headshots that will boost your online brand.
Learn more at the HeadShots San Francisco Studio page.
Office Indoor Sessions
If you’d like to give customers a sneak peek into your work environment, an indoor office session at your office can be the perfect backdrop for your new professional headshot.
Before your shoot, we will request some photos of your space, to make sure that you have the correct lighting for an indoor office shoot.
During the session, your HeadShot photographer will guide you through multiple natural poses and explore at least three backdrop options. We will also pause regularly to show you the photos so that you can give feedback and work towards a perfect final shot.
Urban Outdoor Sessions
If you’re looking for a backdrop that’s both unique and friendly, an outdoor session might be the perfect option.
Over the past 5 years, we’ve found the top seven locations across San Francisco for perfect headshots. We know the backdrop options, the time-of-day required, and every other detail that goes into a perfect outdoor session.
As we continue to deal with Covid-19, outdoor sessions are also the safest method for getting new headshots.
To learn more about Head Photographer Dan St Louis, head over to our About Us page.
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