Las Vegas Model and Actor Head Shots

Las Vegas Actor and Model Head Shots

Stop by our Las Vegas head shot photo studio to make sure you are represented well in your head shots. We’ve created thousands of head shots for models and actors over the years. Your head should not be retouched too much. It needs to represent you and allow hiring decisions to be made based on your current look.

Actor Head Shots [Las Vegas]

las-vegas-actor-head-shotThere is no reason that actors do not have, at least, the most basic and up to date head shot. You can save yourself some money by getting a group of your fellow actors together and booking your shoots together. We provide the same quantity discount when we create business portraits whether at an office location or in our Las Vegas studio.

Male Model Head Shot [Las Vegas]

Model head shots in Las VegasWe did a couple shoots with new model, Julian, when his modeling agency advised him to beef up his portfolio. Julian is a Fitness and Lifestyle model. For his portfolio we added a few different head shots, some fitness images (including basketball, football, and weight training), and lifestyle shots (including casually working on the computer and alcohol shots).

It is easier than ever for models to get their portfolios looked at by agencies for potential representation. Within 3 days of Julian selecting his images, his agency had his new portfolio photos online for potential clients to see.

We created all images in the studio including this weight training portfolio image.

by Dave Scott

Men’s Business Portraits [Las Vegas]

las vegas business portraitHere is another example of a classic, simple, straight to the point Las Vegas Business Portrait for a man. When we shoot these head shots, we take up a very minimal amount of time so that our subjects’ day is interrupted as little as possible.

Normally, we set up for the shoot in a conference room. Background, lighting, testing is completed in 30 – 40 minutes. Depending on their comfort level, businessmen and businesswomen spend anywhere from 2 to 5 minutes on the posing stool. Virtually no interruption to their day.

Images from this shoot were used on the client’s website, in their printed promotional material, and on their social media accounts like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

by Dave Scott