John Anderson Photography - Littleton, CO | Actor Headshot Sessions


This is a targeted session to provide you with amazing headshots across a variety of expressions.  It will include coaching elements to help you gain expressions that will sell your personality to potential employers!

Length of session:  90 minutes in front of camera

Number of images:  20

Price:  $200

Makeup can be included for the session for an additional $75.  Makeup artist will be available throughout the shoot for necessary touch-ups and small adjustments.



I provide basic retouching for all images.  If you would like higher quality retouching, I can provide you with these services for an additional $5 a photograph from an excellent retoucher I work with on a regular basis.  I will be happy to show you his work compared to my work so that you can choose the best option for your portfolio needs.


I ask that you bring at least 10 different tops for your headshot session.  You don't have to worry about bottoms unless you want some 3/4 shots as well.   I like to discuss with you what we think will create a strong photograph with you when you arrive.  The #1 rule . . . Love it!  Don't bring something you do not feel comfortable wearing.  You will not shoot well in it.  Try not to be too seasonal or trendy, but feel free to have some fun.  If you feel you are missing something, go shopping and leave the tags on!


I highly recommend you include makeup as part of your session.  There is a definite difference in the quality of photographs we produce from models who choose not to include makeup as part of their session.  While it is an added investment, you will find the results are definitely worth it! 

I ask that you come in with their hair ready as if they are going to an audition. We want your hair in your headshot to match the way you will look in person.  You are in charge here and your hair has to look like something that you can recreate for your auditions. You are also welcome to bring in styling products and accessories to make adjustments throughout the shoot.  This is a great way to create range and variety across your photographs.