Professional Headshots as low as $69/person. Request an estimate for your office or corporate event.

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Ashford University Headshot Form

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Professional Corporate Headshot Session Photo Prep

General Tips

  • Tell us your expectations and intentions. Let us know what kind of look you want.
  • Tell us how and where the photo will be used (so we can be sure it’s appropriate).
  • Drink lots of water and be well rested.

What to Wear – Everyone

  • Wear clothes that are comfortable and that make you look (and feel) great.
  • Make sure your jacket and shirt fit you well. A poor fitting jacket or shirt will be
    obvious in the photos (especially around the neck).
  • Don’t overdress!
  • Turtlenecks are almost always a bad idea (since they crowd the face).
  • Clothes should be neatly pressed and should look new or like new.
  • Avoid busy patterns and large lines/stripes.
  • Blue/green/turquoise shirts/blouses or accents can help emphasize blue/green/hazel

What to Wear – Men

  • The standard business look is a suit jacket, dress shirt, and tie.
  • A casual business look is often a jacket and open dress shirt; shirt and tie (no jacket);
    or just a dress shirt.
  • Polo shirts are a good look for some businesses. Be sure the shirt is in good condition
    and fits well.
  • For a no-jacket casual look, bring colored shirts – ideally darker than your skin tone.
  • A white dress shirt by itself is a bad idea – unless you plan to wear it underneath
    something (jacket or sweater).
  • Bring a few different jackets, shirt colors, and ties so we have choices for the photo.

What to Wear – Women

  • Avoid big prints and busy patterns.
  • Different necklines will change the apparent shape of your face. Bring a variety
    different shirts/blouses to see what works best.
  • For a no-jacket casual look, bring various colored blouses – ideally darker than your
    skin tone.
  • Be stylish and fashionable, but remember the picture is about your face and not your
    clothes or jewelry.
  • Sleeveless tops/dresses can draw attention to your shoulders/arms. Consider
    bringing items with a variety of different sleeves.
  • Remember: select and wear clothes that make you feel comfortable.


  • Keep jewelry extremely simple – small is better.
  • Avoid jewelry that would distract from your face or that looks dated.
  • The picture is about your face, not your jewelry.
  • Consider if facial piercings or multiple ear piercings are appropriate for where your photo will be displayed.

Hair & Make-Up Tips

  • Make-up should be clean and natural.
  • Gently exfoliate your skin before coming.
  • Wear a heavy layer of translucent powder – your face will appear flawless in photos:
    shine disappears, pores seem smaller, skin looks even, and blush is smoother.
  • Line lips before applying matte lipstick, then reline. Don’t overdo it. Dip a cotton bud
    in powder and run along lip line to prevent color from bleeding.
  • Avoid shimmers or products with lots of sparkle or shine.
  • Avoid frosts or overly-bright colors.
  • Don’t get a new hair cut just before the shoot (you may want to let it grow-in a bit or
    get used to styling a new cut).
  • Do not try/use any new product on your hair, face or body the day before or few
    days before your shoot in case you have a bad reaction to the product.
  • Don’t shave directly before your shoot; this can irritate your skin.
  • Don’t wear more make-up than you would when going to a job interview.

What To Bring

  • Your previous headshots, if applicable (so we can improve).
  • Sample headshots to help communicate the look you want.
  • Favorite music (iPod/MP3 player, phone, thumb-drive).
  • Various changes of clothing (see above).
  • A good attitude!
  • Lip balm.
  • Hair brush/comb.
  • Makeup and hair products you prefer (especially if you have allergies).

Last Thoughts

  • Please Arrive With hair styled and makeup already applied.
  • Get plenty of rest the night before and use Chapstick to moisturize your lips overnight.
  • Cut out alcohol 24 hrs before your shoot and compensate with extra water!
  • Don’t criticize yourself – you are wonderful and unique.
  • Have fun! It shows in the photos!

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Estimate Request Form

Use this form to request an estimate for group and high volume headshot sessions. For an accurate estimate, please provide as much information as possible. If you wish to discuss details or if you have any questions, please call us at (480) 878-7783.

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    Approximately how many people need headshots?

    How many group portraits do you need?


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