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Headshots Against a Solid Backdrop

While I love the look of lifestyle headshots, with blurry things going on in the background, I know a solid backdrop just works better to use on ads and signs, like they're used for realtors. Matt, Alison, Jason and Kambra needed headshots and I immediately said to them that I just moved and don't have more of a studio setup than I had at my old house. They were all okay with using my dining room with a chandelier hanging from the center lol, so here we are (I've since fixed that chandelier problem!).


I usually bring my pop up backdrop to businesses for this, or just use their office to have things going on in the background. I think if I were to have more clients need a studio space for this, I'd see about renting The Studio at City Center, or something, but I think my dining room will work in a pinch like this. I am loving the catch lights in my clients' eyes from the big front window!


Headshots | Business Portraits | Holly Butler Photography

Headshots | Business Portraits | Holly Butler Photography

Headshots | Business Portraits | Holly Butler Photography


Headshots | Business Portraits | Holly Butler Photography

Headshots | Business Portraits | Holly Butler Photography

Headshots | Business Portraits | Holly Butler Photography


Headshots | Business Portraits | Holly Butler Photography

Headshots | Business Portraits | Holly Butler Photography

Headshots | Business Portraits | Holly Butler Photography

Headshots | Business Portraits | Holly Butler Photography

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On location portrait photographer, based in Poquoson, Va