Professional Headshots for Business Teams Done at Your LA-Area Office

If you have a large team, or even just a small team but are pressed for time, it’s sometimes ideal to have a mobile photographer come to your Los Angeles area office. Getting headshot photography done at a studio can cut down on costs but it takes more of a person’s time. If a mobile photographer comes to you to do team headshots, each person can pop in for around five minute headshot session and go back to their normal day of work. Fast, efficient, real-time satisfaction, white-glove project management, and highly professional results. See many example headshots on this page.

ERAS medical residency headshot made in Los Angeles
doctor headshot made on site in Woodland Hills, CA


  • 1-3 people (GLENDALE, BURBANK, PASADENA ONLY) = $300
  • 1-3 people (GREATER LOS ANGELES) = $350
  • Each additional person (up to 40 in a day) = $55


  • Mobile studio setup at your office:
    • Background options include shades of gray, white, or other primary colors (blue, red, yellow, green, etc.).
  • Around a 5 minute mini-session per person.
  • Around 15-30 studio-quality photos created per person – like you see on this page.
  • Online proof gallery provided to select one retouch per person.*
  • Turnaround time for proof gallery is 2-3 business days (a little longer for teams of 10 or more).
  • Retouched photos then provided 2-3 business days after selection is received, per person.


  • Each person must be scheduled consecutively, no more than 10 minutes apart.
  • Must be completed same-day.
  • Lunch break for 30-60 minutes, if on-site 4+ hours.
  • Travel more than 20 miles is an  additional fee.
  • Expenses (parking, etc.) are additional.
  • While not required, an open space of at least 12 x 12 feet with 10-foot tall ceilings maximizes results. If your space is smaller, inform the studio prior to booking.

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A professional headshot of a black woman in a suit in studio near Pasadena
corporate headshot of an Asian man in a suit and tie in Pasadena
An ERAS medical residency professional headshot of a woman in a suit in studio near Glendale
business headshot in a studio with a light background near Burbank, CA

A Few of the Many Previous Clients for Mobile Team Headshots

Why Go with a Mobile Photographer / The Light Committee?

The Best End-to-End Project Management & Results for You.

Benefits of what’s included with each individual session:

  • Around a five minute mini-sessions per person.
    • Keeps your team productive as they can work until it’s their turn.
    • Photographer provides guidance on posing for optimum looks.
  • Around 15-30 real studio-quality photos created per person.
    • Provides plenty of options to choose the winning shot. Plus keep the non-retouched shots too.
    • Real-time live review on a large laptop screen for each person ensures instant satisfaction.
  • Online proof gallery to select a retouch per person.
    • Makes each person’s headshot pop that much more.
    • White-glove gallery experience for the project manager or for each person.
  • Turnaround time for proof gallery is 2-3 business days for up to a 10-person team.
    • Fast customer service and results.
    • Dependable award-winning service  (independently rated amongst LA’s best by
  • Retouched photos then provided 2-3 business days after selection is received, per person.
    • Real studio quality results because the photographer brought the studio to you.
    • The most Google 5-star reviews of any LA area headshot photographer.


Considering AI Headshots for the Team? Don’t. Here’s Why.

There are a lot of reasons to avoid the headache. Here are but a few:

  • They are vastly inferior in quality – often, they will not even look like the actual person.
  • You get back whatever the AI spits out of the bag – differing backgrounds, body types, outfits, etc.
  • Good luck rounding up 20 selfies per person to upload.
  • Not everyone on the team may be comfortable sending their photos to AI.
  • Not everyone on the team may be comfortable with using the technology.
  • You don’t get to pose the way you prefer – too much smile, not enough, body language, etc.
  • They are not genuine / it’s a lie – the moment in time never happened.
  • A real photographer is not always that much more in cost – see above for rates.
  • No project management – you have to do the end-to-end work.
  • See the bullets above – it’s much easier with The Light Committee.

Overall Process for a Mobile Photographer

You likely have an idea as to how many people you will need headshots for. Next, you’ll want to verify schedules with everyone and that includes with The Light Committee.

Once pricing and a date and time are verified, it is ideal to create a schedule for the day. This way, each person has a dedicated slot they can plan for – say, Jennifer at 10 to 10:10 AM, Jim at 10:10 to 10:20 AM, and so on. Providing an end-time makes people aware they are only needed for a few minutes.

What to Expect from the Mobile Photographer

There is no standard for how photographers conduct mobile sessions. So, the following is applicable only to The Light Committee.

If sessions are to start at, say 10 AM, The Light Committee will likely arrive around 9 AM. This allows time to scout the location and make sure it is ideal, and allows time to setup all the gear too. An ideal spot to conduct sessions will consist of the following, though sessions can be accommodated without meeting all these requirements:

  • Open indoor space of at least 12 ft. by 12 ft. and 10 ft. ceilings or more.
  • Minimal windows and glass, and other large objects like conference tables.
  • Good air conditioning so people are not sweating after rushing to their session.
  • Dedicated room for privacy of individuals for their sessions (as opposed to a busy lobby area).
  • Access to an electrical outlet near the shoot area.

If you cannot accommodate all of these, simply let The Light Committee know so workarounds can be planned.

For Los Angeles-area businesses, The Light Committee brings a studio light setup to mimic what an in-studio session would be like. A gray background is common to use, which can be made to be varying shades of gray. Other background colors are possible, and requests can be made for such. The farther the travel request, the less that can be packed, and so light setups may become minimal, particularly if a flight via an airport is required.

Once all the gear is setup and sessions begin, in most cases each person will have the opportunity to review the photos as we go, to ensure there are some looks that they like. Sessions are designed for one look and around 10-30 shots per person to minimize a person’s required time, while ensuring enough shots to find one photo that is likeable. But custom sessions are possible, such as to accommodate more looks (outfit changes), to have hair and makeup styling in place, etc.

Getting the Mobile Headshot Services Completed

After the sessions are completed, The Light Committee will pack up and will attempt to restore the room to how it was found, as much as possible. Communication with the company’s project manager will then continue by phone or email as to getting the online proof galleries sent out and completing the delivery of photos.

Proof galleries can take a few days to around a week to setup, depending on the size of your team. They can be created per person – if it is preferred each person selects their own – or a single gallery for all people – if it is preferred one person is selecting for everyone. Typically, retouched photos are then delivered approximately 2-3 business days after an individual’s selection is made. If a group gallery is submitted all at once for many people, it will take longer.

Photos are sized at the most common headshot crop, a 4:5 ratio which translates to 8×10”. The Light Committee provides a print-quality version and web-optimized version of each retouch. The extra photos not selected for retouching are commonly also provided in smaller resolution, typically around 2,000 DPI long edge (uncropped).

What to Wear for Headshots

The Light Committee provides an FAQ page for full details. Generally, less is more. Simple solid colors are ideal. Consider wearing what you might wear to meet an important client / customer meeting. What is also important is what NOT to wear.

There are some clothing items that can create unnatural artifacts in the digital world. For example, blazers or shirts with intricate patterns or sheens can cause undesirable moire effects. They can sometimes be removed or minimized in post-production but not always restored to the original look of the fabric. There is also a popular blue suit that can appear yellowish when studio light reflects on it, because of the sheen it has. For these reasons, it is a good idea to consider bringing a second option of clothing or to avoid wearing such clothing items on the headshots day.

Feel free to inquire with The Light Committee to learn more.

*Note on retouching: Amount of retouching is at photographer’s discretion for one round of edits. Additional requests for retouching may require additional costs. Retouching might be outsourced by the studio, at the photographer’s discretion.