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How to use your professional headshots in creative ways with AdobeExpress

Updated: Feb 29



Once you have completed your session, don’t forget about how you can utilize those amazing images. You can use them for various creative projects, such as creating business cards or brochures using AdobeExpress tools. These tools are easy to use even if you don’t have any professional graphic design experience, as there are plenty of tutorials available.


Here are some ideas to help you get started:


● If you’re a business owner, make a company brochure with your headshot. This is an easy-to-read format for customers when you have a lot of information to share. Add photos of your products or the business itself to make it more dynamic.


Create an eye-catching business card that shows off your personality. This is perfect when you’re heading to a convention or other networking event, as it will help potential customers or partners remember you. Use the free Adobe Express app to build your card

in no time.



Design a professional banner for LinkedIn using your headshot. This is an easy way to catch the eye of potential employers! Make sure the finished banner is uncluttered and easy to read.


● Are you a real estate agent planning on having an open house? Create an eye-catching postcard that will ensure lots of visitors. Just choose the template you like best and make a beautiful, professional-looking card in minutes.


Taking the time to get a professional headshot taken is an investment into your career — one that will pay off big time, as it gives potential employers positive first impressions while elevating your confidence. Talk to your photographer about your goals so the two of you can create a session that works for your needs.


Ready to talk about your headshot or branding photography needs? Click book now to book a session with Bonnie J Heath Photography today. This blog copy is courtesy of AdobeExpress.

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