The sisters came in the studio for acting headshots. We started with in-studio headshots with a standard grey background and dramatic lighting for acting. Then took some outdoor shots for their social media profiles.
Every actor needs a headshot. It's like a visual business card to get gigs. What makes a headshot standout is to show the charm and personality. It needs to be eye-grabbing and establish an instant connection with the casting agent. A successful headshot should show emotion and character. It's much deeper than showing head and shoulder.
Nowadays, color headshots are more popular than black and white. Actors should have two headshots - a commercial headshot with a bright smile, and a theatrical one that's more dramatic. These should show that you're capable of acting different roles.