Corporate photographer took this PR business photography for annual report in NJ.

When a reliable trust-worthy corporate professional photographer is needed, savvy managers often rely on NYC photojournalist Teri Bloom. For over fifteen years, Teri has covered NY City business conferences, meetings & public relations events, as well as executive portraits, headshots and candid photos for websites, brochures & advertising.

While many human elements play into successful business photography, creative solid results can be assured by working a widely-published, award-winning pro like Teri, who blends technical precision, creativity, patience and kindness into every job she shoots.

NYC Corporate Photographer Tips for Website Photos

Executive corporate photograph taken by NY City based photojournalist.

Photojournalistic staff photography is a perfect vehicle for website.

Corporate photographers have started taking an editorial approach by shooting more relaxed and journalistic business photos -- suggesting collaboration, brain-storming and a team approach to problem solving. While bio headshots on a website are necessary to introduce key staff, adding journalistic photos of the office environment can make the website more interesting and colorful to view.

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Prepping Business Headshot Photography in NY City

Photojournalist and NYC photographer Teri Bloom took this  business portrait for public relations and corporate website.

A few days before the photo shoot, prepare a punch list with all details, and visualize what the camera will see.

This may be a given, but jotting down some prep notes a few days before the photo session can be a big help. Ask staff to organize their work space and clean up clutter. Remind everyone that there will be a professional photographer on-site and to dress professionally. Men can be reminded to have a tie and jacket on hand, and women might want to have their hair and make-up done. And finally, have a list of required photos so that the photographer gets all the shots for you!

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Tips for Better Executive Portraiture in New York

This editorial portrait was shot by NYC photographer for annual report and brochure usage.

A few thoughts on how to get more pleasing corporate portraits, its the little things that matter!

Its the little things that often have the biggest impact, and with corporate headshot photography, attention to small details is important. Almost always, the camera should be higher than the person as this will slim down everyone's face and minimize chin issues. Everyone is advised to avoid wearing white or light pastel clothing, unless its underneath a darker jacket -- because these light colors tend to wash-out skin tones. Women should wear very simple and minimal jewelry as we want the attention focused on the person and not the accessories. Similarly, simple clothing is preferred to busy patterns that can go in and out of fashion. And finally, proper lighting and placement of reflectors are more flattering for everyone than using a flash or available light, so if possible, have your photographer use professional umbrella or light-box lighting!

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** NYC corporate and business photographer Teri Bloom is based in NY City.** Trained as a photojournalist, Teri has covered an exciting and diverse range of executive portrait photography assignments.

Her executive headshots of New York's top business leaders are used for portraiture in public relations, annual reports, corporate websites, newsletters and magazine covers. Depending on a client's needs, these shots can be taken as a formal headshot, or as a relaxed environmental portrait with an informal editorial look.

An award-winning best photographer, her pictures have been widely published and used in award-winning ad campaigns.

Teri Bloom, NY City Corporate Photography
300 Mercer Street
New York City, NY 10003

T:  212 475-2274
e:  tb@teribloom.com