ACTOR HEADSHOTS FOR REBECCA
Rebecca has a long history of experience in film production. Since university she has honed her knowledge of the industry and her network of contacts. Confident, beautiful and precise. Rebecca was a joy to photograph. She is a wife, mother, career woman, and of course, an industry professional.
ACTOR HEADSHOTS FOR TERESE
Terese is based in Brisbane. I asked her what her most challenging role has been, to date. She played Kate Gibson, wife of the keeper of the Bustard Head Lighthouse off the coast of Queensland. The lighthouse has a tragic history and QUT students focused on the story of the Gibson family for their final year assessment piece. The short film was narrated so she didn’t have any lines and had to do all her acting through her face and body. You can view more Brisbane Actor Headshots here.
ACTOR HEADSHOTS FOR DAVID
David has a classic, french look. He drove up to see me from the Gold Coast and it was a pleasure making some amazing headshots for him. We had a bit of a battle with the weather (the shoot was right as the Brisbane river was rising) but we are both super happy with the results. My private studio is just 20 minutes from the Brisbane CBD and is perfect for getting creative shots. David was quite particular about the 'vibe' of his images and I always aim to please! The result? Headshot perfection! Thank you for coming to visit me David, I wish you all the best with your career, Sheona :-)
View more of Sheona Beach's Brisbane Actor Headshots here.
Rishab's Actor Headshots in my Brisbane Studio
So Rishab is an actor with a lot of experience under his belt and I wanted to make sure we got a good range of expression from his photoshoot. Really happy with the result.
Alyssa's Actor Headshots in my Brisbane Studio
Alyssa has very dark brown eyes - almost black. We made sure that we captured those beautiful big eyes! Gorgeous headshots!
Best wishes Alyssa!
Abbey's beautiful eyes were enhanced by the backdrops I selected.
Amelia's Actor Headshots in my Brisbane Studio
So Amelia came to see me for just half an hour. She did her own hair and makeup, and we manage three different looks in that time. We worked fast! We took probably over 300 photos. Amelia got to keep all of her proofs and I Photoshopped her favourites for her to submit for auditions. I love her long hair and she really nailed her makeup.
Many of my acting clients do their own hair and makeup. I believe that the hair is actually the more important of the two. Amelia really nailed her hair! To be honest, it's easy to get away with just a light layer of makeup for your acting headshots, but your hair won't do you any favours if it's frizzy or badly styled.
So, if you book in with me to have your acting headshots taken in Brisbane, let's chat about whether or not you will do your own hair and makeup, of if you need some help. I recommend that you come to see me after a regular hairdresser appointment, that way you've saved some money as well as having your hair done nicely!
Chloe's Portrait with her Cello
Well, maybe I need to admit it. I simply didn't take just one photo of the stunning Chloe with her cello - I took about 100 photos! Just before the end of her hour long photoshoot we decided to go to a park just around the corner from my house. So glad we did! I just LOVE this amazing photograph of her! More to follow! Sheona x
Andrew's Actor Headshots
Andrew visited me for some earthy, organic headshot photos. He had a particular role in mind and we worked together to achieve the look he was specifically after.
When I work with actors, I ask them to collaborate with me so that they receive a range of headshots showcasing their versatility with a variety of expressions. It's not easy!
I made Andrew work for his photos and we are really pleased with the result. Lots of energy and tension - a great combination.
Yes, it is safe to get headshots amidst the Caronavirus pandemic
Brittany visited me yesterday for her headshots. And, even with the challenge of social distancing, we achieved beautiful portraits.
I bet you're wondering how a photographer like me works within the safety and health guidelines set out by our government. It's like this ...
Simple? Well, NO, not really.
The easiest part for my clients is the task of following my direction. The hands-down hardest part is for either of us to not be able to share the experience physically.
A photoshoot is an intimate encounter. And, I can tell you that there is an outstanding sense of loss experienced by both the photographer, and the subject, at the end of a photoshoot, if neither can partake in the basic human need of personal connection (and after a photoshoot, it is very personal).
Obviously we must keep it safe, but consequently we are missing out on one of life's most beneficial human experiences (even in photography) - connecting physically. We are fortunate that we are already accustomed to doing so many things online, but professional photoshoots are intense. After such an intense meeting, having no physical reassurance can leave everyone (even the photographer) feeling a little 'emptier' than we would like.