Professional Headshots In Woodstock, GA – Patti + Chris W

Whether you’ve lived in the metro Atlanta area for the last decade or you just moved here from out-of-state, it’s a good time to update your headshot. The new year is just around the corner and you want to hit the ground running with 2018, right?

Updating your headshot can be a laid back experience.
We can meet in a local park.
Walk around. Talk. Laugh.
And in between those moments, pause and listen to a camera shutter click in the middle of a genuine smile.
When you’re feeling relaxed.
You can bring your spouse.
Both of you can take turns in front of the camera.
You can stand together to represent your joint business if you work together.
Or just for the option of having a current image you love of you two and can use for your holiday card.

After I made Patti + Chris’s headshots, she wrote this review:
My husband and I needed professional headshots taken and we found Kelley (Pear Tree Photography) online. We were hesitant and neither of us were looking forward to the process based on previous experiences with other photographers. In the past I was never pleased with the outcome and tended to shy away from getting my picture taken.
Our experience with Kelley was so different! She does a great job of communicating in advance and finding out what you are looking for with regard to your picture. She is so patient and kind when it comes to people not feeling comfortable in front of the camera. Our pictures turned out great and the whole process was positive and encouraging.
We would highly recommend Kelley for any photography work and plan to keep her as our personal photographer for any and all family occasions that need to be captured on film! Great experience- Kelley truly is a wonderful, professional business owner that cares about her work.

Headshot of a man in a blue suit
Headshot of a brunette woman in a blue blouse

If you dread having your headshot made, it’s okay. You’re not alone.

In fact, 90% of my clients say they hate being in front of a camera when we first talk. Then that perception changes during our communications and working together. My clients find that it’s not as bad as past experiences. In fact, some say it’s rather enjoyable.

I love turning around perceptions and mindsets that being in front of a camera is drudgery. It doesn’t have to feel that way.

If you detest being in front of the camera and know it’s time to update your headshot, please contact Kelley at Pear Tree Photography Atlanta to start a conversation.