Digging out and climbing up in 2021

It’s still bitter cold in north Texas, but the ice is melting and it feels good to be making plans for the future. For a significant number of people, that means a new job or a new business plan as we pivot, adjust and re-focus.

Along with these plans comes the need for business photos, headshots, work environment images and illustrative images of all types as we continue to innovate and work from home (or other places we don’t want to show to the world). We have photographed all sorts of entrepreneurs since the Covid pandemic started –everyone from Etsy.com shop owners to Therapists, Designers and Financial Advisors. All gearing up for whatever business is going to look like as the pandemic retreats and life begins anew.

We’ve even photographed some products for websites and outdoor headshot sessions. Sunny winter days are great for headshots (with carefully positioned architecture in the background) and can send the message that you’re a professional ready to get to work.

When you’re ready to start building your new website (or blog) and it’s time to give your branding a refresh, be sure to start with good photography. That first impression has never been more important. http://www.headshots.teresaberg.com 972-250-2415

Author: Photographer

Teresa Berg is a nationally recognized photographer and author with more than 20 years of professional photography experience. She specializes in business portraits and artistic family portraits for a sophisticated clientele. Additionally, she donates much of her time to animal rescue and many Texas children's charities.

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