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Personal & Executive Head Shots
Wednesday, January 18, 2017
Personal & Executive Head Shots

A CAREER is what you are paid for...a CALLING is what you are made for! Find your way to do both!Come see me so we can talk about Personal Branding for your industry or business image. Who is your client? Are you a Dancer, an Author, a Motivational Speaker, Life Coach, Business Leader, Medical Influencer, whichever your career....Let me help convey your calling....As the world has become an online mechanism for doing business, your headshot is the first impression you are making to prospective clients to make that initial contact. A distinctive headshot is going to make you stand out against your competition and gain the trust of the prospective client enough to make that initial call. It is not just a picture; it is your professional image and brand. A brand that shows attention to detail and that you are in command of your industry as a leading expert.First impressions only happen once, and increasing your chances to be the one contacted ahead of your competitor is critical in a saturated market. We offer make up and styling to all of our clients either in the studio or on location. Give us a call.  Please LIKE my FB page and visit www.janiceconnolly.com to book your complimentary consultation.Follow Me:Blog: www.janiceconnolly.com/blogFB: janiceconnollydesignphotographyInstagram: janiceconnollyportraitureLinked In: janice roberson connollyPeriscope: ...

Repurposing Old furniture for Themed Shoots
Thursday, January 12, 2017
Personal & Executive Head Shots

One day a couple of months ago, I was taking my children to school and I see this awful green couch in the yard of someone in my neighborhood.  This is generally what people do when they are wanting to get rid of bulk furniture and have the trash company pick it up. Well, this couch caught my eye because of the structure and I thought I could possible experiment with it.  So I drove past it a few times on errands, in and out of the neighborhood.  Each time, I was having mental brainstorms on how I could do something with this little ugly couch.  I had a shoot coming up and it could be perfect for the theme that I was shooting.   So I decided to just go for it.  What did I have to lose?  It was free and if I messed it up, it could go right back out to the curb.  The first thing I did after I got it home, was spray it with THIEVES (Young Living Essential oils to kill whatever fumes or germs it could possible have).  Next, I decided to look up on You Tube on How to refurbish a couch, quickly.  I started seeing videos tutorials on how to paint couches. I like upholstery fabric but I didn't have time to teach myself how to do that within the time frame that I had. So I grew more interested in the Chalk Paint on furniture concept.I watched about 3 hours of different tutorials and then decided on a combination of quick fixes ...