YOUR HEADSHOTS HAVE ONE JOB...HELP YOU EARN A LIVING AS AN ACTOR...
.........That is the goal, isn't it; to be able to earn a living at what you love, which is ACTING?
Well, as you probably guessed it's not all that simple...
To earn a living as an actor, first, you have to land roles.
To land roles, you have to nail the auditions/ audition reels.
In order to get a chance at an audition, you have to get the attention of Casting Directors.
And the way that gets done is through strategically designed actor headshots.
So, what makes a good acting headshot?
In the broad-stroke, your headshot should convey you have your stuff together. that you're built for acting, and damn good at it. You have poise, and are comfortable in your skin. Your eyes sparkle; maybe there's hint of mischief in them, or allure. Or maybe, that you just don't give a @#$%. But it also has to convey that you can be approached, and you want to invite people into you world.
In the smaller strokes, it's about cultivating the details. It's about the subtle nuances that will transform you from your real self, to that of the character you intend to play.
And then, working together as a team, we capture all those vibes, and deliver those UNSTOPPABLE actor headshots to Casting.
Hi, I'm Victor Logan Jr, Brooklyn New York Based headshot photographer, and owner of Imaged Photography! I specialize in helping New York- based actors and actresses build portfolios and land more auditions with strong, unstoppable actor headshots. I also help actors build their brands, and create a more laser focus so they can work towards the roles that they desire to play, or, are meant to play.
Located at 1075 Carroll St in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn NY, I am easily reachable by MTA B44, B49 buses, the MTA 2 and 5 trains, ride-sharing, and your personal means of transportation (no horses or teleporter service at this time; sorry).
I am a Cooking channel lurker, a Overwatch gamer, forever parent of the most dangerous cat in Brooklyn, and I dabble in floral fine art photography.