Present Your Best Image To Grow Your Career! Executive Headshot Portrait Photography in Houston, Katy, Fort bend, Texas, Portraits of Character by Robert Berer
Present Your Best Image To Grow Your Career!
Have The Best Executive Headshot Your Best Image Projects The Best Impression
Have you noticed that the most successful individuals and businesses always prominently present their very best image? The ramifications of an uninspiring professional image is obvious. A professional headshot should project confidence, energy, personality, intelligence, trustworthiness, strength and friendliness. You will notice these qualities in the corporate headshots below. Award winning photographer Robert Berger’s artistic vision is to bring out a person’s outstanding character and professionalism in the most flattering way. Presenting your best image garners respect and attention and can help grow your career!
Houston Professional Headshots Executive Business Linkedin Portrait Photography
How We Are Judged by Our Appearance by Leonard Mlodinow – Pschychology Today
Why We Judge Personalities On Appearance – It Works
The famous and not so famous painters are called artists, even though they all used the same tools each had a different vision, talent level, interpretation and interaction with their clients. The same is true in professional portrait photography. The work I have on display represents my distinctive vision and portraiture knowledge to help each client grow their career! I use different portraiture techniques and lighting styles depending on the target market (audience) of each client.
Robert Berger is an award winning photographer- portrait artist “Stunning portrait photography created with expert craftsmanship and experience! Contact portrait artist Robert Berger to help grow your career.” He has the most Google reviews in the Houston area for professional photography as well as a five star rating. Copyright 2019 Portraits of Character by Robert Berger and Innovative Images Photography by Robert Berger– Copying or redistribution of this page is not permitted without written consent by Robert Berger.