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Tip #9 to look DAMN good for your portrait photography is all about showing your teeth… or not. You probably hear, "Say cheeeeeese!" all too often when taking a family photo

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Tip 8 to Look DAMN good for your portrait photography is simple: just look up rather than straight into the camera! [gallery columns="2" ids="1769,1768"] When people get portrait photography, they oftentimes

Your Denver professional headshot doesn’t

Your Denver professional headshot doesn't have to look "stuffy." Matter of fact, quiet the opposite… Headshots SHOULD look relaxed and you should look LIKE YOU! Your photographer should help you

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For excellent indoor portrait photography, our Tip # 7 to look DAMN good is to cozy up to a window! Window lighting can make a world of difference for portrait photography,

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Kelly Weaver Photography's tip #6 to look DAMN good for your portrait photography is to reconsider your BACKDROP! When getting your next headshot, consider not only what your FACE is saying

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Tip 5 to look DAMN good for your professional pictures: Be JOYFUL! And just let your personality OUT! The more confident you are with YOU, the more people will love you because

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Tip 4 to look DAMN good for your professional pictures: V-necks, ladies! Why? Because they LENGTHEN the neck and thin down the face a bit. Plus, anything that gives you

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Tip 3 to look DAMN good for your Denver professional headshot, "the little smile" So....WHAT is the "little smile" you ask? It's an expression that is REAL, the face you

Littleton headshots that evoke confidence

Littleton headshots that evoke confidence and approachability--that is our goal. This morning we had the pleasure of working with Brit, and the camera loved her. Look at her natural expression

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Tip 2 to look DAMN good for your Denver professional headshot-"Lean in" When you have your professional headshot taken, any GOOD photographer will tell you to "LEAN IN"... why? Because