Lifestyle Portraits for your Business

You’re ready to introduce yourself to prospective clients through social media, an updated website, or advertising campaign; but there’s one thing that you’ve been putting off… you. That cropped photo a friend took on the way to a party - it’s darling; but that’s not the image you’re aiming for. We have some advice on how to book your shoot and achieve great results.

You’ve got style.

It’s important to you, and should transcend not just the clothes you wear, but the feeling that is created. When you are referred to a photographer check out their website. Is their work versatile enough for your individuality to shine through?

The collection of images will probably have a particular feel and you may see similar backgrounds, even similar poses. That’s okay. But, the poses and facial expressions should not look forced. They should seem natural to that particular individual. That's key.


The photographers first job is to set you at ease. If you go into the shoot feeling edgy it’s probably going to come across in the images. This is where another look at the photographer’s work is going to come in handy. What do you see in the eyes of the people looking back at you? Would you trust them with your business?

Investment and Results.

A budget is good and you should know what you can afford ahead of time. Keep in mind that you will be paying for something that should last you about three to five years and will return that investment with abundance.

Consider what you need and work from there. When you reach out to a photographer you should receive direction in how to achieve your goal.

Check us out!

We love what we do and we think it shows. Our galleries are full of images that may inspire you.  

Then if you think Capehart is right for you, give us a call. We are here to help. 561-833-7507

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