Here's an article I'd like to share about posing for a photograph, specifically a headshot. These are some of the techniques I use in my work as someone who studies under the awesome Peter Hurley.
Sometimes the corporate 2/3's shot makes a great presentation on websites and print media.
Anyone that creates original art/photos, etc. of various nature, should take a read on this. There is a bill trying to be passed in Congress to make it easier for authors/originators to make claim against infringement. This was extracted from a Facebook group posted by Sayre Berman. If protecting your work is important to you, and it should be, send the letter to your congressman. It's easy and mostly filled-in for you.
"For those of us in the USA...if you are concerned even one iota about infringement please watch this video from the PPA that explains the proposed small claims copyright infringement bill. I'm a big advocate of registering copyrights to be protected under the DMCA. This will be even better and far more accessible. Sending the letter is even easier...www.ppa.com/smallclaims."
I found this interesting article in the Huffington Post about personal branding photography and the importance of having an 'inventory' of various images that tell the story of 'you' and your personal brand.
Check it out here, leave a helpful comment for others. What type of personal branding activities do you do or suggest?