Houston Headshot Professional Portrait Photography Studio
Your business headshot should project professionalism, character, and friendliness. The saying that a “picture is worth a thousand words” is still true. Since our brain processes visual information instantly, a glance at these headshots should instill a positive first impression. My motto is” Present Your Best to Impress The Most.” The significance of this simple concept is often overlooked, but my clients understand their professional image is a potential gateway to making new influential connections.
Female professional headshot photography with a classic vintage “Hollywood” look!
Headshots with Classic Hollywood Style! This portrait photography style is suited for actors, models, and individuals who want to project their character. This is the signature style of “Portraits of Character by Robert Berger.”
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Award-winning portrait photographer Robert Berger says “A camera is like any tool, just as paints and brushes are to an artistic painter. Rembrandt, Picasso, used the same tools as all artists that paint. Their unique creative vision and masterful use of their tools set them apart from their peers. Photography isn’t an exception. Creative vision, knowledge, flattering posing, lighting, and interpersonal interaction with subjects are key to creating outstanding photographic artwork.” Robert asks inquisitively “Who wouldn’t want to be remembered?” His motto is “Stunning portrait photography created with expert craftsmanship and experience, preserves the present for the future! His studio is known for professional headshots, corporate group photography, photo restoration, passport photos, visa photos, family and pet photography. His signature style is glamorous movie star-style portraits from the Golden Age of Hollywood. Established in 1985. Portraits of Character by Robert Berger and Innovative Images Photography by Robert Berger Copyright 2022 copying or redistribution of this page is not permitted without written consent by Robert Berger.
10 AM – 5 PM