Keeping your professional profile current.
Your professional or corporate presence is about more than just experience or knowledge. The right photo for your profile can make all the difference.
In a world where it is increasingly important to have a strong online presence - both on professional networks such as LinkedIn as well as social media - going to the effort of having a professional business portrait or headshot can make sure you stand out from the crowd.
Just as important as having a professional portrait is updating it regularly. Keeping your professional profile current shows potential employers or business contacts that you are willing to put in the extra effort to achieve success. While it is generally recommended to update your headshots every 12 months to remain current, there can be other factors that may lead to more regular updates - changes in appearance, change of industry, change of role to name a few.
At Mark Morffew Studios we understand the importance of keeping your professional profile current, which is why we have tailored our Professional Portrait Studio Shoot to provide you with a contemporary image (or images) that can be used for any professional or business requirements you might have.
We also know from experience that you may need multiple images to suit different purposes in your professional life. Our simple and easy to understand Professional Portrait pricing is designed to give you a clear idea of how much your investment into your image will be - for the shoot and first image, as well as any additional images.
Our Mark Morffew Studios Professional Portraits are provided as retouched digital files in both colour and black & white. We also provide each image in high resolution for print purposes (e.g. publications, magazines) as well as low resolution for digital use (e.g. websites).
If it’s time to update your professional profile, speak to one of our friendly team to book your Professional Portrait Studio Session now! Mark Morffew Studios is Australia’s best portrait studio - why would you trust anybody else?