Headshot / LinkedIn
LINKEDIN IMAGES AND BUSINESS PORTRAIT
It’s a good idea to renew your linkedin image with a professional image it can make a world of difference.
Your photo will help give employers and new colleagues a first and hopefully positive impression. That’s why a professional photo for your CV or linkedIn is indispensable.
- 2 High-resolution images and multiple formats
- black/white or colour
- Professional editing
- Studio and outdoor options
- Fast delivery
Questions and Answers
Most frequent questions and answers
Book an appointment and bring a colleague or friend and you both get
on your business session.
- I’ll take a few test shots so we can decide together which background and pose suits you best. All images go directly onto a large screen where we can evaluate them, here you can tell the photographer if you want a change.
- Once we have clarified the background and pose we work with smiles / facial expressions.
- We continuously select images which we then compare and select the images you want edited.
- I edit your photos, including going in and removing blemishes, lightening shadows, removing redness etc.
I will send you a login with access to your photos, here you can see the final result, here you will find your photos in different formats : original / profile / linkedin
- The picture should look like you.
- Simple background, so you’re in focus.
- Bright and friendly image
- A positive expression.
- Utilize my 60% of linkedin profile circle.
When in doubt, check with your boss or another industry leader you respect. The way your superiors dress is usually a good indicator of what is appropriate for your industry.
What is considered appropriate attire in the workplace varies widely from industry to industry.
For example, lawyers and doctors are generally expected to dress in a more formal and conservative manner, whereas those working in technical or creative roles can look out of place if they turn up to work in a suit and tie.
You are more than welcome to bring an extra outfit if you are in doubt, that way we can shoot a few test shots and find out which outfit best suits the look you want.
Avoid bold colours, tight patterns or logos for shirts and blouses.
Check also: choosing the right colours for your linkedin image.
Certain colours influence our mood, thoughts and behaviour.
For example, red conveys confidence and energy, while navy and black evoke a sense of dominance and authority.
Think about the message you want to convey in your professional images and choose colours accordingly.
- Dark colours are perceived as more formal, dominant and authoritative
- Bright colours make the user appear more friendly and welcoming
- Some bright colours convey confidence and energy
- Subdued colours are conservative and less threatening
High contrast pairings like a dark jacket and light shirt can create a powerful CV image that conveys influence and authority
Wearing colours and patterns can help express style and personality. That said, be careful not to let the clothing style overwhelm or date your portrait. Also consider choosing clothes that are not too seasonal (e.g. short sleeves, heavy scarves) so that your portrait looks good all year round.
Avoid bold colours, tight patterns or logos for shirts and blouses.
Glasses and jewellery are quick ways to show personality but it’s important not to be distracting.
If you wear glasses on a daily basis, you should wear them for your photo shoot, it creates recognition value. That’s how people are used to seeing you!
If you have different pairs at home: bring them all.
Some react differently with the studio light in terms of glare, or some create fewer shadows than others. To make sure you won’t regret it on the spot, take them all with you.
But what about reverberations? Glare is typically not a problem these days, as most glasses have anti-reflective coatings. we’re used to dealing with reflections, so don’t worry.
Jewellery is a great supportive accessory to complement your outfit and many times has a special meaning that helps you feel more comfortable.
Long necklaces are usually not recommended as they can interfere with the cropping of the main image. Feel free to bring extra accessories so we can discuss the options with you.
If you typically have facial hair, there’s no need to shave it off before but you should make sure it’s neatly trimmed and groomed.
If your skin gets irritated easily after shaving, it’s a good idea to shave the night before to give your skin a chance to calm down
When it comes to styling your hair, you should choose a look that matches what you would present at work. Think about how you typically style your hair for a job interview, an important meeting or a workplace presentation. These are the types of looks you want to go for.
Bring hair pins or product to help with additional styling on site.
If you’re an actor, consider how you’ll style your hair for an audition.
Use neutral shades. Save the purple and green for a city trip.
The main purpose of applying makeup to your face is to even out the skin tone. It doesn’t have to be perfect, we all have imperfections, and I’m a great retoucher, I’ll take care of that.
Use a liquid foundation, whenever possible, for the Cv and linkedIn image.
This is not a strict rule. As some people use powder for different reasons. The main reason for liquid foundation is that hydrated skin looks great on camera. Sometimes powder foundation tends to make skin look dry, also it can seem a little more caked on due to the residue it can sometimes leave behind.
If you have freckles, try not to hide them under makeup.Your freckles look cool!
I always recommend light eye makeup. A nice separation of the lashes, no false lashes if at all possible. False lashes tend to clump together after a while and be longer than is humanly normal, but good lashes can look natural. If you use eye shadow, I recommend nude colors that match your skin tone very closely.
I have study on:
Islands Brygge 79a in the basement of the building.
Therefore I meet all my clients on the ground floor where I have a small office space, here you will find me in the interior design shop
1 hour free parking
Outside the address!
Islands Brygge 79a
3 hours free parking
100m further down the islands brygge ( nr 77 ) it is possible to park for 3 hours.
I collect your consent to GDPR when you arrive here I also ask if you will allow me to use your image, it is completely voluntary if you want to give me that option.
LinkedIn recommends a square image of min. 400 x 400 px
I would recommend uploading an image of my 1024 x 1024 px
According to Linkedin, your face should
of the profile picture, I recommend using the zoom function located under edit picture after you upload your picture.
Here you have the option to zoom in and move the image.