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Looking to study Acting, Drama, Musical Theatre or many more performance based courses in London? There are literally hundreds of courses for performers to hone your skills in London. From part time and weekend classes through to Master degree’s, London offers a huge range of courses for every actor. For more information on any of the drama schools below, click on the weblink beside the drama school name.

The list below is purely for courses within the M25 (East 15 being the exception). We will soon be creating lists of courses for Bristol, Birmingham, the South East, etc. This list isn’t exhaustive so if you know any colleges or drama schools that should be included, email us at hello@lumosia.co.uk 

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When preparing for a business headshots session choosing what to wear so that it reflects you, your brand and personality is really important. For men choosing whether to wear a tie or no tie with a jacket for instance, can say a lot about their company ethos and values as well as what they are like as individuals.

Here are a few key points to think about:

  • For the majority of headshots, it’s only your top half you need to worry about.
  • We would (normally) recommend avoiding too many distracting patterns, graphics, branded logos (Nike, etc) or super vibrant colours.
  • Wear what you feel represents you and you, your profession and your company. If you are unsure, bring a few changes of clothing. A classic white shirt is always a great starting point. Consider a formal and casual look for more variety.
  • It is important that you feel comfortable in what you’re wearing. If you normally wear bright colours then wearing a white top just isn’t going to feel right to you and that will show in the photographs. It may sound a bit corny but feeling good is the best start to looking good.
  • Do remember to iron any clothing that you may wear for a shoot and have them hung up. We have had people arrive with bin bags full of clothes and wrinkles really don’t look good in a professional image!
  • Remember, if you are part of a larger group such as a company. It may be worth coordinating a look. This doesn’t have to be anymore complex than the men all wear jackets and ties (or not)

The image below gives a few examples of what people have worn to previous headshot sessions

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Getting great headshots is one of the key tools for an actor to promote yourself. Casting directors, agents and other industry professionals will normally encounter you for the first time through your headshot. Its no wonder that many actors are nervous about getting the right images for their profiles on Spotlight, Mandy, etc.  We aim to make every session fun with no pressure at all. The sessions are fast moving without being rushed and we tend just to have a chat with some photography in there somewhere!

To help you prepare for your headshot session, we have put together a guide that will hopefully answer your questions. If there is something else you would like to know, call us on 07810 004451 or use the live chat on here. Below is our top tips for getting ready for your headshot shoot. You can download the guide through the link at the bottom too!

What to Wear

Clothing reflects you, your brand and personality so it’s worth spending some time choosing the right outfits(s) for your shoot. For the majority of headshots, it’s only your top half you need to worry about.

For most headshots, we would recommend avoiding too many distracting patterns, graphics, branded logos or super vibrant colours.  Please bring plenty of tops with you so we can decide on the best ones for you.

Wear what you feel represents you. Bring a few changes of clothing including different colours. Classic t-shirts are always a good starting point. Layering looks with jackets, etc also works well.

We have an iron and hanging rail in the studio to make sure your clothes look their best.

Hair & Makeup

Make Up: Typically, makeup for headshots should be natural and light. A headshot should be a true representation of who you are and what you will look like when you walk into an audition. If you have freckles or scars don’t hide them. They could be what gets you the part.

Hair and Facial Hair – Throughout a shoot, feel free to change your hair. Bring any accessories you like. If you have long hair, start with it down and then put it up throughout the shoot.

For men, if you want a look with and without stubble / beard, bring a shaving kit with you.

Check your eyebrows, nasal hair, etc. to make sure you are happy.

Skin: Photoshop is a wonderful thing but spending a bit of time on your skin the day before a shoot will work wonders! Try to avoid alcohol the night before as well as salty and fried foods. Boring as it may seem, water really helps your skin to look great!  Don’t stress about a last-minute breakout – we can remove any unwanted blemishes in the retouching process.

The Headshot Shoot

Give yourself plenty of time to travel to the studio. If you have to rush you will arrive stressed and that certainly won’t help you look your best. When you arrive we will have a chat about the images you would like, the characters you get cast for and look through the clothes you have brought.

Sessions are very relaxed. We will laugh a lot, chat a lot and take some pictures. I often play your favourite music to help you feel at ease.  I also show you images as they are photographed to help you see how great you look and give you chance to alter anything.

Children’s Headshot Sessions

The most important thing about our headshot sessions with children is that they feel relaxed, unpressurised and confident. To help this happen it is essential that parents:

  • Don’t add pressure either before or during the shoot. We want it to be a fun experience for everyone and putting pressure on before will have the wrong effect. All that happens is that the children and parents get stressed which makes it harder to capture natural expressions.
  • Do not bribe your child with sweets / snacks. By all means reward afterwards if you want but it should not be held as something that will be taken away if they don’t ‘perform’.
  • Leave Sean to interact with your child. He will play games, be generally silly (depending on their age) and talk about what interests them. This is to encourage them to forget they are being photographed and reduce any fixed camera smiles / nervous expressions.
Afterwards?

After your session we will put all of the best images into a private gallery.  This is normally the same or next day. From this gallery you can choose your favourites. Once you have finished selecting let us know and we will retouch them for you. The finished images will be put into a separate gallery within approx. 7 days for you to download or share with your agent.

If you would like to download this article, click Lumosia Session Guide

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The traditional actor headshot size or crop is just your head and shoulders. Tighter cropped headshots can have more impact. However casting directors increasingly like to see some images that show your body type and physique. After all it isn’t just your head and shoulders who would be in frame should you be offered the part! For this reason we like to give you the option on how they should be cropped and we normally send you your headshots in their original proportions (unless an image needs cropping or you specifically ask us to crop them). Uploading your headshots in a variety of sizes or crops shows the best variety possible.

However, we don’t just leave you to it. We suggest an online (free) site where you can crop them into whatever sizes you like. The site we recommend is https://imageresize.org/ However there are lots of other ways to crop them too (including Photoshop which is what we use). In the below example we show you in 5 easy steps how to crop them yourself.

We have cropped an example and included screen grabs to show you how it’s done.

Step 1:  Go to https://imageresize.org/ and upload one of your headshots (in either high or low resolution)

Step 2:  Click on crop and to crop the image to 10×8 (4:3 Ratio) enter 800 for the width and 1000 for the height as below. Then click on the padlock image to lock in the crop ratio.

Step 3: Increase the crop area by clicking on the black squares in the corner. Position the crop area so that any areas you would like to crop out are darker. It is often best to make sure that the rule of third (the dotted lines) are through your eyes in the image. Don’t worry about cropping your images. The high-resolution files are huge and you could even make wallpaper out of them. Even if you crop an image to a 30% of its original size, the quality would still be fine.

Step 4: Keep all the other settings the same and click ‘Download Image’ towards the bottom of the screen.

Step 5: The image will download to wherever your downloads normally go and is ready for you to use.

If you would like any advice on how to crop your headshots (or anything else) please call Helen on 07810 004451.

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When preparing for a business headshots session choosing what to wear so that it reflects you, your brand and personality is really important. For men choosing whether to wear a tie or no tie with a jacket for instance, can say a lot about their company ethos and values as well as what they are like as individuals.

Here are a few key points to think about:

  • For the majority of headshots, it’s only your top half you need to worry about.
  • We would (normally) recommend avoiding too many distracting patterns, graphics, branded logos (Nike, etc) or super vibrant colours.
  • Wear what you feel represents you and you, your profession and your company. If you are unsure, bring a few changes of clothing. A classic white shirt is always a great starting point. Consider a formal and casual look for more variety.
  • It is important that you feel comfortable in what you’re wearing. If you normally wear bright colours then wearing a white top just isn’t going to feel right to you and that will show in the photographs. It may sound a bit corny but feeling good is the best start to looking good.
  • Do remember to iron any clothing that you may wear for a shoot and have them hung up. We have had people arrive with bin bags full of clothes and wrinkles really don’t look good in a professional image!
  • Remember, if you are part of a larger group such as a company. It may be worth coordinating a look. This doesn’t have to be anymore complex than the men all wear jackets and ties (or not)

The image below gives a few examples of what people have worn to previous headshot sessions

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Do the cameras and phone we use really add weight?

It’s such a common thought that it was even featured on Friends!! But does the camera really add 10 pounds and make you look bigger than you do in real life?

The simple answer is that it can not only make you look heavier but also distort your features which is no good for anyone’s confidence!!! How often have you left to go out to work or dinner taking one last look in the mirror and being as happy as you can be only to see a photo taken later that day which makes you look awful!!

Focal Length is the key factor in the camera adding weight.

 

Portraits taken with a fisheye lens, distort the features enlarging the parts closest to the camera.[/caption]

The main culprit in adding weight is what’s called the focal length of the lens itself. Of course lighting, etc. plays its part, but it’s the focal length that will add the weight and distort your features.

Focal length is measured in millimetres (mm). Don’t worry too much about the geeky technical side but it’s the numbers that are important. The commonly agreed ideal focal length so that we all look as we see with our eyes is between 85mm & 135mm. Although this is not the focal length of our eyes, it gives a similar result to how we are used to seeing the world (cameras and eyes work with focal length a bit differently).

Now, if you have ever seen a portrait taken with a fish eye lens (like the one above) which is normally between 8 and 15mm, you will see a very obvious distortion in the features. Everything that’s close to the lens looks bigger and the other features taper away. Although this is an extreme case, it hopefully gives you an idea of what the difference between say 15mm and 85mm can have on a portrait.

Taking Selfies? What focal length is your mobile phone?

In a world of selfies, it’s worth considering what focal length the camera in your smartphone has. Taking any portrait at that distance can be tricky but with many mobile phone lenses being around 26mm, it’s no wonder that so many of us hate ourselves when taking a selfie! We have listed the most popular makes and models below with their focal lengths to give you an idea if you want the best selfie camera!

In our headshots, we typically shoot between 85 and 135mm. Once you get to 85MM, there is a very small difference once you go higher. Unfortunately shooting at 200mm will not remove an additional 10 pounds!! The variance is more to do with how the background looks. For instance on our 70-200mm lenses, you get a nicer bokeh (blurry background) than you do at 85MM.

 

Corporate headshots captured at 85mm to 135mm ensure the subjects features are in correct proportion.[/caption]

So, does the camera really add 10 pounds? Yes it easily can but with a little know how. You can get amazing accurate portraits.

Now it’s just the wrinkles, tired eyes, blemishes and everything else to worry about. Thank goodness for Photoshop!!!!

If you have any questions or would like to discuss having us photograph headshots for you or your team, call us on 020 7523 5325 in London and 0117 905 9875 in Bristol. You can always email about any corporate photography requirements to hello@lumosia.co.uk 

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Business Headshots from £35

Headshot Photography is essential for business. Your image appears on LinkedIn, Twitter and other social media. It is also often appears on your company website, prospectuses and internal documentation. So many people are stuck with a bad mobile phone image taken against a wall on day one of joining a company as the cost of professional headshots can be prohibitive.

Ideal for Solo Professionals & New Starters

If you simply want a great professional headshot that you can use across online and offline platforms, we have created our Pronto Headshot Days. These are regular days starting in London, Birmingham and Bristol (more towns and cities are planned, email us for your local town on hello@lumosia.co.uk) offering mini sessions with great lighting and quality of images for a discounted rate.

Headshot Photography at a great price

Here is whats included.

  • Advice before the session on what to wear and how to prepare so you look your best
  • 10 minute headshot shoot at a convenient central location
  • View your images as they are taken so you can adjust anything you don’t like
  • An experienced photographer who is experienced at helping you relax
  • Guidance and great lighting to help you look your best
  • Private online gallery to choose your image(s)
  • Fast delivery of fully edited images in high and web ready versions
  • Full reproduction rights to your photographs

The total cost is just £35 (plus VAT £42 in total) for the shoot and your choice of one image fully edited and delivered in high and low resolution

Additional images are available at a discounted rate

Looking for headshots for team at your own location? Click HERE for more information. 

Use one of the options below to book your headshot session:

FAQ’s

Where do you hold the headshot days?

We currently hold these headshots days in London, Birmingham and Bristol. Dates are released on our webpage and you can see the current ones HERE. If you are not available, you can come and see us at the studio in Greenwich. Here is a link to standard headshot pricing for that.

What happens at the shoot?

The headshot sessions are 10 minutes long which is more than enough time to get a range of images for your professional profile. Within the 10 minutes, we will help with posing and looking as natural as possible in front of the camera. We guide as much or as little as you like and there are no forced smiles! There may be time to try small changes such as removing yoru jacket, adding a tie, etc. After the shoot, we will send a private portfolio for you to choose your image(s) to be fully edited and returned to you for use wherever you like.

How many images will I have to choose from?

The amount of headshots you see, depends on how well the shoot has gone. It’s typically between 30 & 60 images. These will be unedited initially before you make your decision. 

Can you photoshop this? 

In the final edits, we remove anything thats temporary and you will look like a stress free, well slept and hydrated version of yourself! All while still looking like you but on a good day! 

What looks are available?

We shoot to white and grey on the day itself. However, we can replace the background with a look of your choice for a small additional fee (£10 plus VAT per image). This ensures that your images either match your colleagues or that you have an image that suits your brand. We can change colour or completely replace the background. You could be standing in Paris if you like! 

I hate being photographed!!!

Okay, this is not a question but a very frequent statement. Very very few people like to be photographed. It’s a very unusual situation and many have a history of being forced to smile by a parent or photographer. We aim to create natural images by helping you to relax. We normally talk about everything but the fact that you are being photographed. Our photographers have all been chosen as they are great at reading people and helping them to look their best in front of the lens. 

How long will it take to get the photos back?

Your gallery will normally be online and you will receive and email with instructions within two working days of the shoot. Once we receive your order, we will edit and return the images within 5 working days. Need them in a hurry? You can express your order. 

Can I change clothes mid-session?

With only 10 minutes to shoot, it is possible but you would have to be quick! We often shoot with and without a jacket and add or remove ties to get a variety. This often gives a great range of shots. 

Can you shoot full body shots? 

Yes we can. Please let us know when you book and we will know to adjust the lighting to get full or 3/4 length shots for you.

What if I need to cancel?

We know how life changes so quickly. Even getting out of a meeting on the day can be a pain. Let us know as soon as possible and we will do our best to reschedule either on the same day or the next shoot at your location.

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A fantastic awards ceremony in the heart of London

Event Photography takes us to such a huge variety of venues and types of event. From Party’s and award ceremonies at the best hotels and locations through to team building in a field in Surrey! The Top Employers Institute Awards Ceremony at the London Hilton Park Lane was an amazing event with hundreds of delegates and over 90 companies winning awards including some of the UK’s biggest brands including Starbucks, Pepsi and Harrods.

As the dedicated event photographers for the evening,  our aim was to capture as much of the event as possible including the energy, the atmosphere and of course the event as a whole. A huge amount of effort had gone into the event and we wanted to ensure they had a huge range of images

Drinks Reception with magicians

The evening started with a black tie drinks reception with hundreds of guests enjoying the fizz and canapés and being entertained by an army of magicians who really helped to break the ice with. We worked throughout the time to capture as many natural images as possible. We strive to blend in and appear like ‘guests with a camera’ so as to be noticed less and achieve photos that capture the atmosphere of the evening.

The awards ceremony was hosted by the amazing Luke Kempner who you may have seen in Celebrity Big Brother’s Bit On The Side and Murder In Successville. He kept everyone entertained with stand up routines as well as great impressions such as Donald Trump!

Over 90 awards given out

The awards themselves were given out to over 90 companies from all over the UK. Each receiving the prestigious “Certified Excellence in Employee Conditions” Award on stage from Phil Sproston Country Manager for UK & Ireland. As soon as they received their award, we took them to have a celebratory photo to remember the evening.

As you can see, everyone was very happy to receive the awards!!! Some came back for a second photo!

At the end of the award ceremony, it was time to photograph a big group shot of all the winners! We managed to get everyone on stage and Luke gave everyone a countdown. No pressure on getting the photo right at all!!!!

Dancing until the early hours!

By the end of the awards, everyone was in the mood for dancing and there are few better party bands than Mixed Feelings! Their energy on stage was infectious and had the dance floor jumping! Even a temporary power outage couldn’t dampen their spirits with an impromptu drum solo and some acapella singing while everything was reset.

As you can see, the evening was an amazing success with so many guests partying until the early hours! Here’s looking forward to seeing everyone in 2020!!!

Client: Top Employers Institute

Master of ceremonies: Luke Kempner

Event Production: Event Operations

Venue: London Hilton Park Lane

Entertainment: Mixed Feelings

Event Photography: Lumosia

If you are looking to have any event photographed in London or anywhere in the UK, we would love to hear from you. Call Helen in our sales team on 020 7523 5325 or email hello@lumosia.co.uk 

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So you have booked a commercial photographer and have a great range of images but apart from your website and LinkedIn, there are lots of other uses for corporate photography and videos that represent you and your brand. We see so many great uses of our commercial photography that we have compiled an ever-growing list of ingenious uses.

On a truck / van / car

All the team here spend a lot of time on the motorway as we go to assignments across the UK. Something that we have noticed is that not that many companies use their images to promote their business on what can be a fleet of vehicles. So many opt for a logo and description of their services but it’s those which imagery that really catches the eye. Think of the amount of potential customers that see even one vehicle on a daily basis. Sky TV are one of the exceptions in this case and use their huge fleet of vans to promote the next big series with eye-catching imagery. Personally, I always notice the lorries for Goudale, a french beer that uses the entire side of a 18 wheel lorry to promote their brand.

On other websites

We are often asked to write articles that appear on websites throughout the world. Whether its to communicate with the business or photography community, our team headshots and imagery appears on many website where we have contributed articles. Having a great catalogue of images helps us to convey what we do to readers and increases awareness through a visual medium. We speak to so many clients that have articles in trade press, industry websites, etc. Having a collection of professional images or a ‘talking business card’ add so much to any publication. Whether it’s an image of your product, office, team or an ‘in-action’ image, it will all contribute to your article having a better impact.

Award Nominations

One of the most common ‘last minute’ calls we get for new headshots or business portraits is when a client gets nominated for an industry award. Suddenly the thought of having the selfie that the use on LinkedIn projected onto a large screen at the largest industry awards dinner of the year won’t do. Especially when the image will be alongside their contemporaries from whatever industry they are from. There is often a deadline to meet as well. Thankfully we have enough photographers that can capture and deliver business portraits within a matter of days.

Trade exhibition stands

Any company that has attended a trade show / exhibition knows just how much goes into projecting the best image of your company and brand. Getting your corporate imagery onto everything possible is one of the key ways to help you stand out from the thousands of other exhibitors vying for the same client base. Having a portfolio of images of your team, products and anything else that conveys your brand is priceless in ensuring that visitors will remember you when they return with a bag full of free pens and stress balls! Whether is a 20 foot high print on the side of your stand or within your promotional material, its key to use in-house imagery to truly convey your branding.

Brochures and promotional materials

In a separate article, I have written about why we should swap stock library images for in-house images of our people, products and whatever else contributes to our brand. This is so important when it comes to photos used in our brochures and promotional material such as flyers. Whatever your industry, using images that truly represent you and your brand is essential in getting your key message across to existing and potential clients. One image can convey so much about what you represent that a stock image simply cannot.

Advertising campaigns

Previously more popular in the US than UK is utilising images within small business advertising. This is now a growing trend in the UK. Real Estate agents in America want to promote themselves as they key contact within their specialist field. They want you to buy into them as people with approachable imagery rather than simply a logo and text in an advert. I have started to see this happen more and more in the UK with the property pages of the local free papers full of property adverts with not only images of the houses but also ‘meet the team’ images aimed at becoming more approachable to prospective clients. This of course is not exclusive to the property market but they are certainly early adaptors in utilising their people as a key asset in addition to their product offering. My local solicitors now uses their headshots in the local press advertising.

Google My Business (Formally Google Places)

Whether you actively set one up or it was created for you by Google itself, its likely that you will have a ‘Google My Business’ listing. This appears as a box to the right of normal listings when a search is done for your company name. In addition to helping clients to find your details and SEO, it’s a great opportunity to display your imagery about your company and brand to prospective clients. Headshots of your team, pictures of your offices, press and PR images can all be used to create a sense of who the company is. If you don’t already have a Google My Business listing. Click HERE to start

Annual reports

Annual reports are of course key documents with very in-depth information about your organisation. They are so important that I have met with companies that purely help you to produce the best annual report possible. In addition to the facts and figures about your organisation, its key to have a well designed and laid out document that conveys your company’s brand and vision. Even something as simple as having matching headshots for your key members of staff goes towards projecting the best possible image of your company. Having images of your offices, key staff members, products, award ceremonies, etc all go to strengthen the message an annual report conveys.

Your own website

You would think that having your own imagery on your own website would be an obvious decision to make. However, we see so many clients coming to us that have a website full of generic stock images that say nothing about who they are! Skylines of London or the Clifton Suspension Bridge are lovely but really say nothing about our company or brand. Having real images of your offices, staff and products convey so much more about your brand than stock images ever can. As a corporate photography specialist, we can create a great portfolio of images that you can use time and time again across many platforms.

Press releases

Whatever you have to announce to the world about your business, having great imagery to accompany it will increase your chances of the story being picked up and featured in online and offline publications. Whether its your people, a new product or an event or launch, supply as many images as you can to help your story to be as engaging as possible. Editors look for stories that are visually engaging to draw the readers in and keep them reading for longer.

Point of sale advertising

If your product is vying for that all important retail space, you know that having your product stand out is essential to get the attention of customers. Especially if you have a new product in the market. From small signage through to large format posters and stand alone Point of Sale displays, having great imagery is essential in making a great impact. One company that does this amazingly well is JML. I often find myself mesmerised by one of their videos on their latest innovation in the middle of B&Q. They have fantastic imagery that engages a potential customer and even shows them what the product can do. This really stands out against other products on the shelf.

Online profiles

Whether business or personal, we all manage so many online profiles and its key to have imagery that represents who we are and what we represent. How often do you look up a contact on social media before you meet and have a preconception about them often based on a profile image. Online profiles are not restricted to social media. My headshot appears next to listings on trade associations, forums, author profiles, etc. If possible, I aim to have the same image everywhere to have a consistent image.

Business Cards

I was at a networking meeting recently when I met a previous client who couldn’t wait to show me his business card. As he took it out, he proudly showed me his business card with the headshot that we had photographed for him. This was not a use I had previously thought of. He went on to say that it was the best thing he had ever done. He is a big networker and explained that he would often come back from an early morning networking meeting with a stack of business cards. Apart from one or two people that he had spent more time with, he couldn’t remember what the people were like. He said that his business card with a small photo of himself got a great follow-up as people would remember who he was from his photo. Of course he uses the same image on his website, LinkedIn, etc which strengthens his consistency across his brand.

Speaker profiles

If you get invited to talk at industry events, you will find your profile image being used across promotional materials for the event. Often with profile images of other speakers your image and profile will appear. It’s often a real mix of styles with holiday snaps alongside professional business portraits. When listed to other respected professionals in your field, its best to have an image that represents you and your brand.

We love that our imagery is used across many platforms and we see new uses for corporate photography every week for the photos and videos that we create. If you are looking for unique imagery that you can utilise to promote your personal or business brand, call Sean or Helen on 020 7523 5325 or email hello@lumosia.co.uk

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Professional Headshots for exciting new business

As a small and growing business ourselves, we love to meet other entrepreneurs with a great story and an exciting vision. Tazz and Katie of StateZero Labs are an amazing duo with a real buzz about what they are doing. When I met them for their professional headshots, I had to ask if they were related as they seemed so in sync with each other!

StateZero have just moved into amazing offices just around the corner from Kings Cross Station and are in the very exciting world of Block Chain. They help new companies to develop in this amazing sector that seems to be everywhere at the moment. They have amazing plans to grow the business and from where they are now with just the two of them and their lovely dog, through to filling their offices by early next year.

Environmental Corporate Headshots

We met to create some single and joint professional headshots / editorial photography so they had photographs to send with press releases and PR, etc. There was talk of various articles coming out so we wanted to capture a range of shots. They are based in a quiet road and I loved the textures of a building there as a backdrop to their headshots. The shoot itself was quite swift with both Tazz and Katie being insanely busy.

The two of them were inspirational to meet and were so down to earth. They thought nothing of holding the stands to ensure they didn’t fall over in the wind. Having professional headshots taken can be a daunting experience but the two of them looked after each other to help with any nerves.

If you are looking for professional headshots for you and your team in London or throughout the UK, contact Sean or Helen on 020 7523 5325 or email hello@lumosia.co.uk 

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