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Headshots by The Light Committee Announces Studio Move to Glendale, Calif.

The Studio Upgrades Include Dedicated and More Abundant Free Parking, Private Restroom, and More

Headshots by The Light Committee, an award-winning Los Angeles area headshot studio, has upgraded its studio location with a move to Glendale, Calif. While the new studio is approximately the same overall size as the previous arts district studio, the new location offers many more conveniences.

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Headshots by The Light Committee Announces Spring Rates

New Rates for Individual Headshots Now Posted Online, Mobile Headshot Rates Remain Unchanged

Headshots by The Light Committee, an award-winning Los Angeles headshot studio, has announced new headshot rates that are in effect immediately. The rates are for individual sessions while mobile headshot rates for corporate teams remains unchanged.

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Headshots by The Light Committee Now Offers Gift Certificates for Headshots

Gift Certificates Can Be Customized for Any Occasion – Holidays, Graduation, A New Job and More

LOS ANGELES – Headshots by The Light Committee, an award-winning Los Angeles headshot studio, is now offering custom gift certificates for headshot sessions to give as a gift. The gift certificates are ideal for many occasions: the holidays, a birthday, a graduation, a new job, a new career, just because, and more.

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Now You Can Give a Headshot Gift Certificate from Headshots by The Light Committee

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How to Get the Best Model Headshots for Your Career

We recently covered how to find, evaluate, and select a good headshot photographer. In this article, we look at the type of photos you should get, what to wear, and working with photographers.

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Model: Sara Murphy; Photographer: TheLightCommittee

What Types of Modeling Photos Should You Get

At the very least, get close-up headshots and you can generally consider getting a beauty headshot or commercial headshot. A beauty headshot is precisely as its name indicates – where you’re trying to showcase your beauty. Equally, a commercial headshot is also as the name indicates – one where you showcase how you might appear for a common commercial ad.

You will also need a full-length body shot, at least one in a swimsuit. You might also opt for the second one in an outfit. Try to make the outfit lean on tighter-fitting so the shape of your body shows. Read the rest, published on Model Mayhem.

How to Find the Best Modeling Headshot Photographer

So, you’re ready to launch your modeling career, find an agency, or perhaps you’re already working with one, and in need of modeling headshots. There’s advice out there to not get professional modeling headshots until you’ve already earned the attention of an agent, that selfies will work, and there’s also advice that you should get professional modeling headshots done if you want to get an agency’s attention. Whichever you opt for, you will ultimately need the best professional modeling headshots for your modeling portfolio to grow successfully. So, how can you be sure to get the best model headshots?

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Finding the Best Modeling Headshot Photographer

If you live in New York, London, or Los Angeles, finding the best modeling headshot photographer is difficult. But, there are many things you can do and must consider, to find one. It starts with some research to make a list.

You should plan on spending 2-3 hours to find a good photographer. You’ll want to start with an online search and organize a list based on reviews. Then, you should further organize the list by those that have the most reviews and also the highest ratings. From this, make a list of around 25 photographers.

Next, see if they have a commercial studio. Some photographers have a home studio or no studio. You may be comfortable working with a photographer without a commercial studio. This is fine but, if not, it’s one way to start reducing the number of photographers on your list.

Do some research on their location and consider how far you’re willing to travel. This should shorten your list. Make your list even shorter by removing photographers on your list that have reviews from only one or two trusted sources and then rank photographers based on their rates. If they don’t list rates, you can inquire later if you think they have compelling work, but, for now, this might reduce your list to around 5-10 photographers.

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