A rainbow greeted us on the day of Maxs’ headshot session in Ryde. Initially, Max booked for an outdoor headshot, but when it rained all morning we moved the business portraits inside for a double photoshoot.
Bright, cheerful, and welcoming.
Like Max himself.
An editorial assistant, copywriter, and friend to many.
Looking after those around him, showing people what it means to have a friend. Max is passionate about his friends and family, helping others feel positive about themselves.
His mission is to work with freelancers and small businesses: CV writing, blog posts, and business publications. Max is an expert at connecting with others so he can tailor his copywriting to their business goals, showing a positive attitude he calls a client with a broad grin on his face, “let’s get started”.
I’ve always believed in the miraculous power of giggles, sharing stories, and finding a connection. Feeling comfortable in front of the camera is important. And it shows in your smiles.
I hope you find these tips helpful and that your next natural portrait session on the Isle of Wight is a hoot. I’d love to know which tip you think is the most helpful, your thoughts on the blog, and all things photographic!
If you have any questions about my home studio or booking your first corporate headshot, call Amanda Herbert Photography on +44 (0)7719316609 or use the contact form below