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What You should expect from Your Actors Headshot Session

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Anthony Farrimond

by Jul 14, 2019Acting0 comments

I know how hard you’re working. You’re ambitious and full of determination most days but then some days leave you full of doubt and resistance.

I’m pretty passionate about what I do too and as a creative, I’m on that rollercoaster with you. You know how brilliantly you do what you do and want the world to know that too. Your image is mega important to you and its got to be right.

You want a set of images that reflect you to a tee. You want them to show just how dynamic and fresh you are and you want them to help you stand head and shoulders above your competition because that’s exactly where you deserve to be.

I won’t pick up my camera until I’ve had a chance to get to know you and your career and what you want to project to the world. You can tell me all about it over the phone / video and we can geek out over theatre and films, and training for a bit. We’ll chat about ideas for your shoot and you don’t have to worry if you don’t have any cause you can bet I’ll have loads!

And as for feeling awkward and embarrassed in front of the camera… There won’t be time for that cause I pretty much never stop telling you exactly what to do and showing you exactly how to do it. You can have a good laugh at me showing you how to ‘work that shoulder’ (just wait till you learn that little trick!). You will be stunned and amazed at how much fun you and will have taking photographs. 

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Anthony is best known as a leading headshot and portrait photographer, working primarily with actors & businesses across the UK.

He’s a blogger, speaker, coach and advisor

Want some quick advice?

I regularly schedule calls to answer your questions, it all starts with a quick message from you.

What sets Anthony apart is that he really takes the time to understand exactly who you are as a performer, both by having a discussion before the shoot and constantly during the session.

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