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Silicon Valley Headshots

by Dean Birinyi Photography

4020 Fabian Way, Suite 101

Palo Alto, CA 94303

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5 Tips For Finding A Great Company Headshot Photographer

Find a photographer who has experience with headshots.

If you're looking for a professional headshot photographer, make sure he or she has experience working in a corporate environment. You should also ask how often the photographer takes headshots. It's not uncommon for photographers to take hundreds of headshots each year, so you need to find one who specializes in this type of work.

Ask about their portfolio.

Make sure the photographer you hire has a good portfolio of his or her own work. Look at the quality of the images and see what kind of clients they've worked with. Also, check whether the photographer has any awards or certifications.

Look at their work.

If you're looking for a professional company headshot photographer, make sure you take a look at their portfolio. You should also ask them questions about their style and how they would approach your project.

Check references.

It's important to check references before hiring anyone. Ask friends, family members, colleagues, and other professionals who've worked with the photographer. They might recommend another photographer who specializes in headshots.

Don't forget to ask questions.

You should also make sure that the photographer has experience taking headshots. If he or she hasn't taken any headshots before, then you need to find one who does. This is especially true if you're looking for a company headshot photographer for your marketing and recruiting efforts.

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