Corporate headshots can be a great way to build a portfolio and reputation, quickly. It’s a delicate balance between professional and creative, but you can have both. Let us help you with our 5 Amazing Assets for Corporate Portraits.
Subtly retouch portraits quickly and easily with these Skin Retouching Actions for Photoshop. Mattify, airbrush and heal skin to cover imperfections whilst maintaining a natural look.
Similar to the actions above but for Lightroom, Retouch Pro allows you to use 15 professional presets to delicately retouch your portraits so you can make your clients look their best without over-stylising.
Show off your corporate headshots with this fancy business card. Easy to edit in Photoshop, the template comes print ready with bleed; simply add your photographs and contact information and you’re good to go!
A great way to add value to your offering is to throw in some social media support that includes your photographs. This Facebook Cover Photographer template for Photoshop is perfect to create something that features your corporate headshots that the client can use as part of their branding.
Quinta is a contemporary font that feels friendly but still looks professional. With subtle, rounded corners and inspired by hand-writing, it’s bound to be a hit either within your own branding, or featured as part of a package you put together for a client.
Each asset here is from Envato Elements, where you can download unlimited resources for a monthly subscription.
Tuts+ Tips for Business Headshots
- Start with the basics. Practice until you’ve mastered the fundamentals and built a respectable portfolio.
- Mix it up. Headshots are a solid staple for many companies, but try to think of more creative ways to showcase your clients’ team.
- Knowing how to pose your clients effectively and keeping them at ease are two essential skills.
- Avoid retouching issues like orange skin and ‘alien eyes.’
- In the unlikely event that your client isn’t happy, don’t panic. The relationship is ruined yet, learn how to identify issues and resolve them amicably.
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