Why Invest in Professional Headshots?
A faith community’s web presence is increasingly important. When searching for a new church home, most people will start by looking at your website, especially if they’re in the 20s-30s age-range. We all want our churches to grow and your head shots make a lasting first impression.
When people look at your church’s website, they expect to see photos of the church leadership – they are looking for you and want to connect visually. Represent your church community well by getting excellent professional headshots!
What’s the process?
The process starts with you getting in touch with me either by email or phone. I’ll set up an in-person or phone consultation with you, which usually lasts about 30 minutes. We will discuss your specific needs and what you wish to communicate through your headshots (if you’re not sure, I can help you figure that out, too!). Then we’ll set a date and I’ll send you a contract. The images will be ready approximately 2 weeks after your photoshoot (rush jobs may be possible).
What will this cost and is it worth it?
Working with churches and non-profits on their web presence is a personal mission of mine, and I’m willing to work within your reasonable budget. Prices start at $175 for 1 person and vary depending on the job (how many people to be photographed, etc). We can also bundle headshots and other photographs (images of a special service, church directory photos, etc) together into a package deal.
“Best money we spent in a long time.” – Rev. Stewart Lucas, Church of the Redeemer & Holy Comforter, Baltimore.
Ready to get started or want to learn more?
Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or give me a call: 443 907 7591
I also offer church website critiques and tutoring. Contact me to learn more!
Joanna Tillman is a lifelong follower of Christ and portrait photographer. She is currently a parishioner at St Margaret’s Church, Annapolis and is passionate about helping churches update their web presence to stay relevant in today’s web-based world.