After discussing details with the marketing team, we came up with the plan. First of all, break down photoshoot by departments. And photograph over 40 professional corporate headshots throughout several days.
Idea was to start with the client service team, and move to wealth strategists, financial planners, advisors and consultants, retirement plan specialists afterwards. And photograph certified investment management analysts and directors on the last day.
During the shoot, I got to spend about 15 minutes with each client. During that time, I would photograph couple dozen of headshots and help financial advisors to make their final selects. It is all possible because I normally photograph tethered. Which means camera is attached to the computer via the USB cable, so my clients and I see incoming professional headshot images right away.
This kind of set-up slows down headshot session a bit. But it also allows to discuss likes/ dislikes right there on the spot and make headshot improvements if needed.
Due to the internal UBS corporate headshot and portrait image requirements, I photographed everything on on a clean background. In this case, light grey.
Normally, whether working on location or in my professional photography studio, I offer a variety of different headshot and portrait backgrounds.
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