I’ve been shooting photos digitally since the early 2000’s. My only experience with film before now was through disposable cameras. I loved shooting with those cheap plastic boxes, but didn’t like the lack of control that came with them. So, from my first 2.1 megapixel point-and-shoot camera, to the full frame DSLR I use today, I’ve mostly created images using bits and bytes instead of film and chemicals.
If you’re on LinkedIn, you already know people who need to have their headshot taken by a professional. Look at your LinkedIn feed right now. How many folks are using a cropped family picture or a selfie?
Spoiler alert: Way too many. You might even be guilty yourself.
Technology has made photography more accessible. More of our moments are being captured, uploaded and shared instantly, but they’re being forgotten just as quickly.
When was the last time you documented you, as you exist in this moment?
Getting professionally photographed, and having those photos printed, is a powerful experience. It’s a celebration of all your accomplishments to-date, and will serve as a reminder of who you were in this moment for decades into the future.