The Perfect Headshot from FitSmallBusiness

Peggy Farren 2016-06-14

Peggy Farren was one of the many esteemed professional photographers to be interviewed for an article about getting the best headshot for "FitSmallBusiness". Headshot ©Peggy Farren

"Tilt Your Head Slightly
Peggy Farren, a professional photographer from Naples Florida, recommends “tilting you head (ever so slightly) toward your lowest shoulder. That’s considered the “power pose” or “masculine pose”. It helps exude authority and confidence.”

Let me just add that tilting your head toward your higher shoulder is considered the "feminine" pose. Not that it's bad, it's just not as powerful.

Many other professional photographers, including famed headshot photographer, Peter Hurley, were interviewed for this article. Enjoy!

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