No one cares if your eyes are asymmetrical or if your smile is crooked. All they care about is if you look like you can play the part. Period.
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If you’re rushing the process you’ll surely spend more money and time than you wanted to in the first place.
Just like any other part of your branding, however, paying for a headshot is all about investing in something now, in order to get much higher returns later on.
Casting directors and agents know the difference between professional headshots and those taken by an amateur.
Your agents need to sell you so when they ask for headshots with personality just trust them!
When someone is overly controlling about every aspect of the shoot from the largest detail to the smallest of details, it tends to stifle creativity.