PHOENIX CASTING AGENCY DISCOUNT

New and existing members of Phoenix Casting Agency can enjoy a 20% discount on my studio sessions by simply quoting PHOENIX20% when booking. Use the contact form below to make your booking or call 07843 007 310 to find out more information.

Headshot Sessions

Actor, Performer, Individual Headshot Session (normally £180.00): £144.00

Actor, Performer, Individual Headshot and 3/4 length session (normally £195.00): £156.00

 What the packages include:

 

  • At least 2 hour digital studio session
  • 4 lightly retouched finished images
  • Up to 5-6 changes
  • Approx 150-200 images taken
  • Edited throughout the session to approx 30-40 final images
  • Personal online viewing gallery
  • Expert coaching and direction through out the shoot
  • Full professional studio set-up
  • Chosen images in Colour and B+W
  • Images saved for Print and Web
  • Turn around time 7 working days of choosing images
  • Additional retouched images £25 per image

Book Your Session

Use the contact form below to book your discounted headshot session. Let me know when you would like to come into the studio and I will get right back to you….

PHOENIX CASTING AGENCY 20% DISCOUNT

FAQs

How long does a usual session take?

 

A normal session lasts at least 2 hours which also includes going through the images we take to narrow down the best ones. I shoot tethered (my camera is connected to my computer) which means we can view the images on the computer screen straight away giving you complete control and freedom through out your session. Viewing the images like this means we can check your pose, hair and make-up as we go to make sure you are completely happy with the images we create.

What should I wear for my headshot session?

 

The best items of clothing to wear for your headshot session are things that you are comfortable in and make you feel great. However this does not mean to over dress.

 

Things to avoid are:

 

  • Logos and Branding on your clothing
  • Very busy patterns or designs
  • Glitter or sparkly/shiny sections
  • Very bright red is a colour to generally avoid as it is quite a dominant colour (although it can sometimes work well)
  • Turtle necks and scarfs as they can crowd the face (although sometimes they can work)
  • Creased and/or messy clothes (everything you bring to wear should be clean neatly ironed)
  • Avoid jewellery as it can distract from your face and can look dated

 

Good things to wear are:

 

  • Darker colours, block white, cream or grey as they attract less attention adding more attention to your face and eyes
  • Block colours are really good, how ever avoid really bright and dominant colours
  • Bring a number of outfit changes, 4-6, that are suitable for the type of roles you want to go for/characters you wish to portray
  • Plain and simple clothes are often the best
  • A suit or jacket are great for men or women wanting a more professional look