My studio room has multiple backdrops and is just the right size for headshots. There's a large window for indirect natural light, and daylight LED studio lights for key and fill effects.
Always one actor at a time, because getting the right shots takes work. (It's OK to bring a friend to help you dress; they can watch tv in the other room.)
We'll take time discussing what looks you want, and then take our time shooting. Expect a couple hours.
I will then send you the rough shots (no editing) and ask you to select your favorites. Those I edit for you.
Brent "Nautic" Von Horn
Yes, Nautic is my real middle name! LOL People always ask, and since I'm a nautical kind of guy (sailboats, kayaks, scuba) it doesn't surprise me when people think it's a fake name. Then again, what's wrong with a pseudonym? Think of it as my stage name. *grin*
I got my Theatre Degree from UCSD in San Diego. Acting is FUN but I've found more opportunities behind the stage. I made a name for myself hanging and focusing lights -- plus a little set design / construction, sound, and even a short stint in LA as Assistant AC for Paragon Arts. Recently 1AD on a SAG feature here in Florida.
Along the way I started taking headshots of actors. I found I have a knack at helping actors get the shots they need for their career development. I think that's because my theatre / film background allows me to understand both sides of the camera.
Headshots are the most important tool for an actor. It pays to have a photographer that knows what you need.
It's really all about the fun. Come have fun, and see what magic shots we can get!