Ok guys, so about 6 months ago I took some headshots that weren't very professional and got torn apart. This time I went to a professional and tried my best to get it right. The link below is the album I received, theres about 50-80 photos and below are the ones I'm thinking of giving to my agent.
A028, A031, A045, A046, A050, B026, B027, B021, B023 are the ones I'm partial too. I realize there are some awkward pictures in there too.
Any and all feedback is appreciated! Thanks guys! :]
Get your money back!
Some of these are NOT headshots!
You look like your on the toilet in most of them.
And black is a NO especially when you're smiling.
You obviously did not read this:
Hopefully the 3rd time is the charm
I kinda have to agree with Truthteller ...
You can tell they are shot with a good camera - but your shirt, the background, the posing, the leaning, the lighting .... it's all adding up to headshots that are just not great.
These are all too wide. Not really a headshot. The angle is awkward. A lot of the photos are blurry. The exposure is off too. Some are too light. Other are too dark.
You're a nice looking guy. I don't think the photographer was able to catch your personality at all.
Background is way too distracting ;X
LA & Seattle headshot photographer
I hate to pile on, but I have to agree...I don't get these photos at all. They feel like an awkward senior session, not a professional actor's headshot session. The angles are horribly distracting and make me feel a little dizzy (literally). The photographer put your hands in odd poses and the leaning against a door shots are totally out. Be yourself -- don't let your photographer make you look so awkward.
These are not acting headshots. It seems the photographer was going for a model shoot but didn't know how to get the lighting and background right. Please try to find someone who specializes in acting headshots, even if you have to fly to LA or NY just for that.
And you should not be wearing the same color as the background! Your smile is great, but some of the other expressions are kind of awkward.
I can tell you have a lot of potential but you need to find a photographer who really knows what they're doing to capture that.
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