September 8, 2006, Newsletter Issue #31: Commercial and Theatrical Headshots

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There are two basic types of headshots: commercial and theatrical. A commercial headshot should be attractive, warm, and open. A theatrical headshot, on the other hand, is more serious, and should try to represent your characteristics as a person. The format for headshots varies throughout the country - from close-ups to 3/4 shots, from bordered to borderless. Make sure you use the preferred format for your area of application.

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