Piranha Photography - London Corporate Photographer

Corporate Headshot Photographer London

Corporate headshot photographs look simple and straightforward but can be deceptively hard to get right. Our photographer will visit your London offices and ensures that the shots will be properly framed, appropriately lit and uniformly presented if we are photographing more than one person.

As the 'bread and butter' of corporate photography these images serve multiple purposes. Therefore, it's essential they are strong enough to be used again and again. We can take the headshots against specified backdrops or use Photoshop to insert different backgrounds and retouch out minor imperfections.

Once our lighting and backgrounds are in place, our photographer can quickly take executive photographs of many staff in a single photographic session. Many of our corporate clients use our headshots for their LinkedIn and other social media profiles. Our photographer is extremely experienced and good at putting clients at their ease during the photoshoots.

A studio in your office

Achieving clear, consistent staff portraits when taken in a client’s office and not in a photographic studio needs specialist portable equipment.

MacBookPro Ready For Fast Turnaround
MacBookPro Ready For Fast Turnaround
Studio Setup in Client Office
Studio Setup in Client Office
Douglas is great to work with - quality outputs, always delivered on time and enjoyable to work alongside.
Private Equity client

When on location, we will bring to the shoot our own compact studio system; this allows us to get the best possible lighting. Leaving the photographer free to concentrate on achieving required poses and expressions, so they look strong across a company’s team profile page.

Our favoured lighting solution is the Elinchrom Octo Softbox, which casts a large, soft and very even light across the subject. It produces results that tend to flatter and please even the most camera shy people.

Another essential piece of equipment is the Quadra Ranger battery flash – which is the perfect partner to the Softbox. From a single charge, the flash can be fired hundreds of times in a long shoot, but will remain remarkably consistent in terms of its colour and power output. It seems a small matter but it makes a major difference when displaying a large number of different portraits on the same page.

And our last piece of vital kit in the compact studio system is our humble pop up backdrop. We use a variety when clients require a neutral background, or to make it easier in postproduction to create cutout portraits when backgrounds are to be replaced after the photoshoot.

Galliford Try
Galliford Try
TPICAP
TPICAP
Douglas has a special knack for getting around nervous people who are adamant they're not photogenic. He has a natural talent for capturing people's personalities and helping them relax in front of the camera.
Marketing and advertising client

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