Why should you come to me for your headshots?
As one of the premier photographers in London for actors headshots, I have a genuine interest in taking great photographs that will help get you more auditions and castings.
I believe it’s very important that you feel comfortable so I don’t rush you through the session; I take time to listen to your requirements, to ensure you are relaxed and can develop a good connection with the camera.
I will usually photograph you first in the studio environment and then outdoors in natural daylight to give you the widest possible range of images. Studio photographs can lean slightly more towards a theatrical feel, and daylight is wonderful for giving photographs a very natural style – more in line with film and television. Natural daylight is sometimes preferred by actors agents which is why it’s important that you have that option.
Why is a good headshot important?
Your headshot is often the single most important investment you make as an actor or performer. It’s your first opportunity to make an impression on a casting director who will often look at hundreds of photos before deciding who to invite for an audition. It’s therefore critical that your headshot gets their attention immediately, and holds it long enough to get you selected. It needs to be very well lit, carefully composed and most of all, capture a true likeness of you and your character.
Rafe Spall – actors headshot by Alex Winn
Emily Laing – actors headshot by Alex Winn
Clint Dyer – actors headshot by Alex Winn
Sevinc Ucok – actors headshot by Alex Winn
William Harry – actors headshot by Alex Winn