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Corporate Headshots Los Angeles

Rates & Booking

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SESSIONS BELOW INCLUDE:

  • Around 40-60 photos created per look – not really counting, though!
  • A gallery is emailed 1-2 business days later to download all usable photos and to buy retouches
  • 1-2 business days after your retouch selections, the gallery is updated with them

Full details on what’s included, caveats, etc., per session are provided on the booking page.

Scroll down, select BOOK NOW, to schedule your session.

$150
1 Look (No Outfit Changes)
Up to a 30 Minute Session
$30 Per Retouch

$170
2 Looks (1 Outfit Change)
Up to a 45 Minute Session
$30 Per Retouch

$190
3 Looks (2 Outfit Changes)
Up to a 1 Hour Session
$30 Per Retouch

$220
4 Looks (3 Outfit Changes)
Up to a 1.5 Hour Session
$30 Per Retouch


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Testimonials

Amongst the Highest Rated Headshot Photographer in Los Angeles on Google.

I needed some head shots done and I couldn’t be more satisfied with the service and quality of photos I received. The location of the studio is great with plenty of public parking nearby… The studio is new and very clean with every kind of backdrop color you could need. Rafael himself is what truly made the experience top notch. Not only is he patient he truly has a customer satisfaction approach to business.
Joelle J.

Rafael is super professional, patient and responsive. I took a headshot for my LinkedIn profile. All the pictures look great and retouched one is just perfect!! A link was provided to download all the pictures. The entire process is pleasant and efficient! I’m very happy with the service. Highly recommend Rafael if you need a headshot.
Sherry P.

Rafael was a pleasure to work with. He was very knowledgeable and highly skilled. He created a warm and welcoming creative environment!
Jackeline V.

Rafael was very professional during the shoot and definitely knew what he was doing. I couldn’t be happier with how my photos came out and I would recommend him to anyone looking for any type of headshots or professional photos for business. I will be going back for future head shots!
Johnny D.

Rafael is a consummate professional that has the patience and skill to direct and assist an individual that is not familiar with the artistry or science of photography. Excellent and timely work in a professional setting. Very pleased with his website information, instructions and the end product options he made available to me. HIGHLY RECOMMEND the services of The Light Committee.
Errol G.

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Mobile Headshot Rates

Have the studio come to your offices for the convenience of creating headshots for a few to many team members with little work interruption. There is an additional cost for locations 25+ miles from the TLC studio address. See more details about the service here.

Each session below includes: approximately a five minute mini-sessions per person, around 20-30 photos created per person, online proof gallery to select retouches, one retouched photo per person, all extra photos also provided as JPEG files. Turnaround time for proof gallery is 3-5 business days. Turnaround time for retouched photo is 2-5 business days after selection is received, per person. Note: on-site mobile headshot services must be completed same-day or within two consecutive days.

Pricing for 1 to 25 People

$500 for the first person
$100 per person thereafter

For example, 10 people would be $1,400
(9 X $100 + $500)

1-4 team members requires approximately a quarter day; 5-10, approximately a half day; 10-15 approximately, three quarters of a day, and 16-25 around 8-10 hours. Setup and teardown require 45-60 minutes each.

Pricing for 26 to 50 People

$3,100 for 26 people
$115 per person thereafter

For example, 40 people would be $4,710
([40-26=14] 14 x $115 + $3,100)

Approximately 25 team members are possible max, per day. So consecutive / back-to-back days are necessary for teams of more than 25. Setup and teardown require 45-60 minutes each.


 

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The Process When Booking with The Light Committee

First, there is online booking available at the top of this page for corporate headshots in Los Angeles. These sessions are ideal for any business professional, from accountants and doctors to creative directors and real estate agents, and so on.

Simply select the BOOK NOW button at the top the page’s photos. On the booking site, you can see full details about what is included in a session, how long the process is – from how long a session is to how long until you get the photos – and so on.

There is a deposit required to hold a spot on the calendar, refundable if you adhere to the cancellation policy that you will get a chance to review. Once you are booked, you will receive confirmations via email and / or text along with additional instructions and details about your session.

The Light Committee is located at 2266 Honolulu Ave, Montrose, CA, 91020. Most people are not familiar with Montrose. It is part of the Glendale area, which is roughly 12 miles north of downtown Los Angeles and 14 miles east of central San Fernando Valley or San Gabriel Valley. The studio serves the greater Los Angeles area.

Session Options

To simplify the process, there are a few business headshots session options. They are based on how many looks (outfit , hair style, makeup, or background changes) you might want. It starts with a session for one quick look to use for a single purpose, like LinkedIn headshots or a shot to use on the company website. The other sessions offer more looks for people looking to user their headshots or lifestyle shots for varied marketing purposes. Those session may allow for shots like full body, half body, studio or outdoors, and so on.

There are also session add-on options. One is to add hair and makeup service for headshots. The other one adds video. The video production can be to produce a marketing video, for example to get across your business details, unique selling proposition, and so on.

Receiving the Headshots

Once your session is complete, you will receive an online proof gallery where you can download all the photos. They are provided as JPEG files of around 2,000 DPI size, along the long edge. At the gallery is where you can also opt to buy retouches. In almost all cases you will want to buy some for retouching. Retouching is another important part of the process, to making your photos truly pop. Once you make any retouch selections and submit them, they will be worked on. Then the gallery will be updated again when the retouches are ready. The reason retouching is separated from sessions is because in the majority of cases, people do not know how many retouches they want until after seeing the gallery. Some people may opt for one retouch but others often opt for many, even more than a dozen sometimes.

Getting the gallery is typically around a couple of business days and then getting the final professional headshots that are retouched is typically another two business days after receiving your retouch selection(s).

General Advice on Prepping for Your Session

At the bottom of this page, there are several blog posts that you can review to dive deeper into things that will make your headshot session, and results, go better. But here is a summary of the essentials. An FAQ is also available to answer most questions,

Before your session, get a good night’s sleep so you appear as fresh as possible. Drink extra water the few days leading up to your session, so your skin appears more naturally hydrated and a tad bit clearer. As for posing, consider practicing a bit the night before. A bathroom mirror is a good place to do this. This way you can get a sense for what might appear to be too much or too little of one thing or another, such as smiling.

We will also go over this in the studio and collaborate on what steps we should take to make you look your best. Business headshots do not always mean wearing a full suit. A bit of advice here is to dress how you would if you were meeting an important client. If that means a full suit or just a shirt depends on you and your industry’s best-practices.

Studio or Outside Headshots

Depending on the session you opted for, you might want outside headshots or studio headshots. This is a matter of preference, but The Light Committee generally recommends studio shots over natural light shots. This is not to say do not do natural light – just consider it as a secondary option.

There are a few reasons why. In a studio, a photographer that knows what they are doing is in full control of the environment. They can position lights where they want, adjust levels, and modify them as needed to help make sure light falls on you in the most flattering way, in a way that meets the goals you are after, or both.

Outdoors, the photographer has much less control. The sun is where it will be and that changes by the hour. It might be too bright or too dark at appointment time. It might be windy, rainy, and more. Some outdoor background scenes can look really good but some not so good. There can be distractions like traffic, other people, and so on. Again, natural light is a strong candidate for corporate headshots – there is a look to natural light photos that is appealing too. But for the above reasons and more, studio-lit headshots are usually recommended first.

Special Requirements for Headshots

The Light Committee does a lot of headshots that require meeting technical specifications. For example, this includes headshots for ERAS medical residency applications that have specification requirements like, sizing at 2.5 x 3.5 inches, a JPEG file less than 100 KB and maximum resolution of 150 DPI. Some corporations require a specific background color or that employees wear a specific item. Such requirements can go well beyond what is needed for LinkedIn headshots or other executive headshots.

As a result, it is recommended you bring any specifications with you and inform the photographer in advance. This is just in case the composition of the headshot needs to be reconsidered as a result of needing to meet any requirements. When booking, you can add relevant notes to the booking to share with the photographer.

Also, if you are working with a web designer and are planning to use your business headshots on the website, find out if the designer has any specifications to meet. Often times there are certain crops they will want, such as for a hero shot.

To this end, you might need to consider a lifestyle photo shoot session in addition or instead of a headshot session. Lifestyle photos are another type of photo and you can see examples and learn about lifestyle photo shoots here.


Helpful Blog Posts

What is a Professional Headshot?

How Should I Pose for a Headshot?

What Makes a Good Headshot?

What Do You Wear for Headshots?

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