Bio: Lynn Hough took up photography a hand-full of years ago to have a creative outlet. His goal for each image is to capture the personality of the subject. This is true for a back-cover author portrait, a promotional shot for a performer or even a wild mountain goat.
The Headshot: General Information
Writers need headshots for use on business cards, websites, and social media. Take this workshop & you’ll walk away with photographs ready to use or to take to one of the Social Media workshops where you’ll learn to upload your photo onto media sites, such as Facebook.
If you sign up for “Headshots for Writers” workshops, come prepared with a flash drive ($7-10 at office stores or on-line). Headshots can also be emailed to you after your sitting.
Each participant should have hair ready and any make-up already done. Go for a professional look, wearing flattering clothing, with nothing too close to the neck.
To reserve your place, sign up when you register and pay an extra $25. Walk-ins are available as space/time permits on day of conference.
A YouTube Presentation on Headshots:
It’s all about the Jaw! Want to look more photogenic or photograph people looking more photogenic? Peter Hurley explains how he accentuates the jawline of his clients with a few simple techniques