I normally am requested to photograph large numbers of portraits at client locations, 20 or 30 lawyers for example. And have built great portfolio in this area. Now more than ever though, I am receiving many many enquiries for Linkedin / corporate portraits, single person shoots. So, I have created a great solution, a financially practical service to give you photographs you’ll be delighted to use at 1,499 Dhs – 6 images.
Images to be proud of
It is important these days to look professional on profile pages such as Linkedin and from talking to you we realise that you are busy people wanting something more than a quick snap to represent you in print and online.
What you get
Head and half body shots. Up to 6 high resolution, retouched photographs selected by you from the shoot. Expect a few different angles; maybe a close-up, head-and-shoulders shot, another showing more of your body. Your portraits will be delivered as two different versions; one – high resolution files, ready to print and two, web resolution files, perfect for posting online straight away. Need hair and makeup?
Read the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for useful tips to help you make the most of your shoot.
How it works (five easy steps)
1. Speak with us, let’s agree a suitable date.
2. If you wish, have a look around for some portraits you like – your favourite photos of yourself, friends, or pictures from magazines or the web in the kind of style you’re looking for.
3. On the day you’ll enjoy a consultation followed by the shoot. The service is tailored to your needs so if you have any requests or ideas, feel absolutely free to ask – it’s your shoot after all.
4. After the session you’ll receive your personal portfolio of the best photographs ready for preparation in a web page for you to easily select the ones needed for retouch.
5. Then, your chosen photographs will be professionally prepared and you will receive a download link within seven working days.
For professional photos you’ll love, booking couldn’t be easier. Just head over to the ‘contact us’ page and think of a date / time that suits you, we can then check against our diary. Book your shoot now.
Some answers to commonly asked questions. If you have a question not answered here or want any more information, please feel free to email us.
Can I book one session for both me and my colleague/partner?
Yes but we charge per person rather than per session so make sure that you book for the correct number of people.
If you take 30 photos of me during the shoot, can I have all of them to do what I want with?
No, there are always shots with eyes closed and other issues – we do not show / deliver images like this. It is good to choose a few favourites which you feel, best present you. These will be perfectly retouched and delivered to you in the correct format for printing and posting online.
I want a video for my web site also, is this possible?
Yes, have a look here, we have great video capabilities at Alex Jeffries Photography Group, when you contact us, ask about making a short video for you too.
Is there a maximum number of photographs that I can select for retouching?
Maximum 6 images. More at 250 Dhs each.
How long does the shoot take?
Most people like to be photographed for between 30-60 minutes. Your session can last up to a maximum of one hour. In our experience, this is more time than you’ll either want or need in order to get great profile shots.
Do you come to me?
Yes, within Dubai. Outside of Dubai, we have a 350 Dhs charge.
What should I wear for my portrait session?
If you have white or light skin, wearing black is a good idea for a moody or dramatic look as it leads the viewer’s attention right to the face. It also can help make some people look slimmer. Otherwise a plain colour is recommended, either significantly lighter or darker than your skin tone and not too brightly coloured. Keep it simple and avoid patterns. Remember that you want people to concentrate on your face. We have a PDF style guide, we can email through, once your booking is confirmed.
Can you give me any ideas to help me decide a style of photo?
Sure. You might prefer darker and enigmatic, or bright and airy. Try googling “high key” and “low key” to get an idea of the difference. Think about whether you want to appear smart and professional or casual and informal.
Have a look here, for some of the great images we shoot.