Know everything up front, so enough time will be allowed for a variety of group shots with several different set ups.
Call or email the person in charge of the corporate shoot the day before the shoot and go over the details so there are no mis-understandings. If they decide they want more shots, we can always stay for a longer time period too, as long as the calendar permits it.
Larger group photos will have a slightly higher fee.
Communicate well with clients and put everything in an email so information is in writing and there are no mis-understandings.
Offer the clients options for group shot, maybe some indoors in a few different locations, or outside if weather permits.
Never have hair covering any part of the face. If it’s a windy day, always try to adjust the hair.
When it’s a windy day, you’ll have to stop shooting more often so the client, or make up artist can adjust the hair.
It looks nice to have the hair draped over one, or both shoulders.
Keep hair out of the eyes so the face can be clearly seen.
Adjust the hair so it looks attractive, but not blocking any part of the face.
If you don't want to hold your hands like that you can put your hand in the jacket pocket or you can just hang one down by your side.
Don't clasp hands behind your back when wearing a jacket, as it will spread it out and look strange.
Where is the best place for hands and arms to be in a headshot?
Have the arms in front relaxed, and hands together with locked fingers
Regarding the hands, it’s best to have one in a jacket pocket and leave the other one hanging down by the side.
It's better to have the clients hands in the pocket that is closest to the camera.Hold hands belly button height when wearing a jacket.