Pricing and Booking for Corporate Team Headshots

Frequently Asked Questions
About Corporate Group
Headshot Sessions

How much does it cost to book headshots for my corporate team with Erica J Mitchell Photographer?

Our corporate team headshot pricing depends on how many team members are scheduled per headshot session.

View our pricing table below for corporate team headshots.

This does not include gear rental, assistant costs, location costs or optional hair and makeup servies.

Group Headshot Pricing:
2 people at $240 each
3 people at $225 each
4 people at $210 each
5 people at $195 each
6 people at $180 each
7 people at $170 each
8 people at $160 each
9 people at $150 each
10 people at $145.00 each
11 people at $135.00 each
12 people at $130.00 each
13 people at $125.00 each
14 people at $120.00 each
15 people at $115.00 each
16 people at $112.00 each
17 people at $109.00 each
18 people at $106.00 each
19 people at $103.00 each
20+ is $100.00 each flat rate

What extra costs are there?

Other costs include gear rental, a photography assistant on site, hair and make up services, studio location costs, or location permitting costs.

How much does gear rental cost for a group headshot session if needed?

If artificial light is necessary, professional photography gear rental is estimated around $300.00 to 500.00 per day depending on the client’s requests.

What are the location costs for group headshot sessions?

The below pricing details are for location only, NOT the cost for headshot photography.

Studio:
The rate for renting the studio only for the full day is between $600-$650 depending on if it is schedule during the week or weekend.

Outdoor:
It is not typically recommended to do a full day outdoors as the lighting of the background/environment would be different over a 6-8 hour period. It would require permits for certain public areas or scouted locations for rent that would allow for a full studio set up. This pricing would be dependent upon the location and permits.

Onsite:
There is no location cost for doing onsite headshots.

What is the best way to coordinate group headshot sessions with the photographer?

Typically headshot sessions are coordinated 1-2 people every 15 minutes, or one person every 10 minutes. We like to schedule in blocks of sessions. For example, we’d book 4-6 people each hour for 3 hours and take a 15 minute break, then repeat.

How many people can be photographed per day for corporate teams?

We booked 3 hour blocks that can photograph between 12-18 people with a 15 minute break between blocks.

For example, with two 3 hour blocks in one session, that’s 24-36 individual heaadshot sessions per day.

Do you offer hair and makeup services?

We have an excellent makeup and hair artist by the name of Linda that we work with. Extra time is needed when considering hair and makeup. If this service is requested time and pricing can be provided.

Can you provide an example of group pricing?

This does not include the cost of hair and make up.

For example, for an 18 team member headshot sessions at the studio the cost would be:

+ 18 individuals x 106.00
+ $500.00 gear rental and assistant
+ $600 for a full day studio rental for set up, hair and make up and headshot sessions
= $3,008.00 ($2,408 without using the studio)

Want to learn more?

View Company Headshots to view more examples or to learn about booking a group session for your company.

View Our Newest Company Team New Hire Headshots

For companies like GridStor that are growing fast and hiring staff, consistent looking company headshots is key to a website presentation and the professionalism of your business.

We used the Natural Light Studio with window light as the main source of light. This set up provides consistent headshots for employees which allows for future sessions of new hires to blend seamlessly.

The result are well balance headshot photos the illuminate each person that projects confidence, professionalism and friendliness.

Our staff photograph Jamie took the newest new hire headshots for GridStor below.

Meet the Full Team of GridStor 

View the previous headshots made by the Erica J Mitchell Photographer Team!

GridStor is a developer, owner and operator of battery energy storage systems.

“We strategically site battery storage projects to place electricity from renewable resources, like wind and solar, near where demand is greatest. This helps build a more resilient grid in the face of threats posed by climate change and severe weather.” Website↗

GridStor is enabling the transition to a clean energy grid by deploying flexible grid-connected batteries at scale. GridStor develops, acquires, and operates utility-scale, stand alone battery storage projects across North America.” –GridStor

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Women with Moxie Mixer Event January 2023

Women with Moxie event was photographed by our staff photographer, Jamie Coughlin.

Reviewers and Participants

“The magic of networking is you are only one introduction away from having everything you want.”– Dill Ward

Women with Moxie held their bi-monthly networking mixer event at the Curious Comedy Theater venue in NE Portland, Oregon on Tuesday, January 10th, 2023 from 6-8:30pm PT. Happy New Year!

To view the previous Women with Moxie event from November 2022 click here.

“Women with Moxie, is the result of dozens of women’s generosity, ideas, passions, creativity, and love for supporting other women.” —Women with Moxie Instagram

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New Hire Headshots for Fast Growing Company, GridStor

Recurring Headshots for Corporate and Small Business Teams

More in-studio team photos for GridStor

New Hires for Company Teams

For companies that are growing and hiring staff, consistent looking company headshots is key to a website presentation and the professionalism of your business.

GridStor is one of those companies growing fast and hiring staff.

We used the Natural Light Studio with window light as the main source of light. This set up provided consistent headshots for their employees which allows for future sessions of new hires to blend seamlessly. The result are well balance headshot photos the illuminate each person that projects confidence, professionalism and friendliness.

Meet the Team of GridStor

They are a developer, owner and operator of battery energy storage systems.

“We strategically site battery storage projects to place electricity from renewable resources, like wind and solar, near where demand is greatest. This helps build a more resilient grid in the face of threats posed by climate change and severe weather.” Website↗

GridStor is enabling the transition to a clean energy grid by deploying flexible grid-connected batteries at scale. GridStor develops, acquires, and operates utility-scale, stand alone battery storage projects across North America.” –GridStor

View Company Headshots to view more examples or to learn about booking a group session for your company.

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New Outdoor Headshot for Corporate Teams

Headshots for the Team

Outdoor headshot photos for Portland’s Housing Development Center, a non-profit consulting group located in Portland, Oregon.

To provide consistency for new hire team photos, we used the same location located on East Burnside to create the team headshots for Portland’s Housing Development Center.

New hire headshot for Aminata on a cold winter day!

Urban Headshot

Housing Development Center
Team Headshots

“Affordable homes and facilities designed, developed, and sustainably resourced to meet the needs of diverse communities.”

For this on location session we used the urban environment of the client’s office space as the backdrop and used the available light coming through the buildings and street as the main source of light.

In addition to bounce and flag cards we manipulated the light with the positioning of the subjects. The closer the subject to the shadow line of the light source the greater the diffused light that impacts the skin. By placing the subject next to a building with the winter light direction we were able to achieve a reduction of light to the top of the head and add dimension to the face with shadows.

HDC is a nonprofit consulting group that works with mission-driven organizations to create and sustain affordable homes and human-service facilities.

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New Executive Headshots for Providence Health Plan Leadership Team

Providence Health Plan

Leadership Team 

New corporate headshots for professional leadership team, Scott and Shannon.

“Scott Burton and Shannon Drotning will serve as Market Presidents, during a time where Providence Health Plan is expanding into new Pacific Northwest and West Coast markets” states their press release Providence Health Plan Expands Leadership Team Amidst Upward Growth↗.

Scott Burton

Shannon Drotning

What Are Corporate Headshots?

Corporate headshots are professional photographs used to enhance various marketing and communications approaches. Most commonly, they are used on company websites or LinkedIn profiles.

They can also be used on business cards, personal blogs or websites or press releases.

A strong corporate headshot evokes professionalism, competence, warmth and personality.

Why is it Important to Have a Great Corporate Headshot?

A great headshot is an effective way to help people identify you and to humanize information they read about you.

There are many reasons why having a good corporate headshot is important:

  • Create a Strong First Impression. When people are looking you up via your website or social media, your corporate headshot can help establish a great first impression. Whether it’s potential clients or customers, business partners or employers, people want to know who they’re doing business with. An About Us page or LinkedIn profile is often the first place they look and your headshot can deliver

  • Build Trust. Customer and client relationships come first. With strong corporate headshots featuring a professionally dressed and smiling executive, you can build and strengthen trust with your most valued relationships. It builds a connection and humanizes you to those looking at your picture. Remember, most people do business with a person, not a company

  • Reinforce Values. What message does your business want to convey about what is important? By connecting your face to your company’s name, you want to be sure you are delivering the core values and messages

  • Commitment to Quality. A selfie or cropped photo of a family vacation is not a professional corporate headshot. You want photos to reflect the professionalism, poise and commitment to excellence you aspire to every day to come across in your headshots

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