Cary Realtor Headshots

August 25, 2017

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Do you want to “fit in” or “stand out” to someone who is searching online for a new realtor?

When it’s time to update your headshot or social media photos, it’s important to consider how you want to be portrayed.  You don’t have to go with the standard headshot on the gray, blue or black background.  You can create an impression and show a little personality!  The quality and style of your headshot speaks volumes about you and how you run your business.

Sure it might be hard to find the time or the money (i.e. you are dreading getting in from of the camera) but it really should be moved to the top of your to do list.  People are much more likely to do business with someone that they can see and get a sense of from their website.

Choosing where to do your headshots is another important step in the process.  Showing you in your element may make it easier to look and feel confident in your portraits.

Dana is an experienced + knowledgable Cary realtor.  For her headshots, we chose to show her in her environment- at home and in her office.  We wanted to make sure that her headshot matches her new brand so we discussed outfits, jewelry, color combinations, and props before our photo shoot.

I know that Dana will stand out with these headshots.  And if you’re looking for a new home, give Dana a call!

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627 Photography is owned + operated by Amy Hill in Cary, North Carolina focusing on high school senior photography, family photography and headshot photography, serving clients in Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill. Contact me today to reserve your session, peek behind the scenes on Instagram and follow along on Facebook for promotions and previews.


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