Posts with tag: "dallas headshots"

Welcome to the Teresa Berg Photography blog!  It's a very special thing to be invited in to someone's life to preserve their memories. My goal is that together we capture some unforgettable moments that become beautiful pieces of your family's story. 

In today's digital world I feel that it's important that the books, prints and wall portraits that I create are designed to last a lifetime. And I hope they bring you joy each and every day.


Headshots for Professionals - or people who just want to look like professionals...
Thursday, January 22, 2015 8:54AM

Business Headshots
Monday, February 24, 2014 4:44PM

A corporate or executive style portrait or headshot may not be on everyone's bucket list -- but it should be.  Next time you google yourself, click on the images tab. Like what you see?  Do you think that a perspective employer won't do the same thing?  If all of the images that come up are your late night party shots from facebook, then perhaps you should think about an update!  Your headshots do not have to be stuffy or super conservative -- the trend is clearly going more casual -- but they need to be sharp, well lit and professional.  We shoot hundreds of business portraits and executive headshots every year, so we know how to help you get the desired results.  We often do large and small groups on site, too, so if you have a group give us a call for a quote!

How to get the headshot you really want
Friday, August 16, 2013 11:47AM

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Headshots for business
Thursday, March 22, 2012 4:41PM

The old saying about 'never getting a second chance to make a first impression' could never be more true.  Headshots are used for not only your business website but Linked In, Plaxo, Yelp, facebook,, eharmony and everything in between. It's almost like we don't meet each other in person any more!  Be sure your image is consistent and professional in ALL those places.  Don't assume that your mom's snapshot in front of the Christmas tree is going to impress anyone --no matter how thin you look. Get it done right and you'll never have to worry about it six months from now when you decide to start job hunting. You never know who might be looking!We specialize in headshots for professionals. Our turnaround time is about 24 hours and we make it as painless as sipping a latte at Starbucks, so don't delay. It's a great investment of your time. Natural light is the newest most natural look for your people -- we can work with your communications people, your PR firm or your web designer. And if you are ALL of those things, we can help you figure out what you need. Your environment or our studio, either way you win.