“Her vision and attention to detail is second to none.” – Client Feedback

“Nina is an awesome photographer. Her headshot of me garnered me more Facebook likes on my page than anything else I have posted. Her vision and attention to detail is second to none.” Hearing that my clients are thrilled with their headshots absolutely makes my day.  Providing people with a polished image to help them […]

Behind the Scenes – Peeking Behind the Curtain on a Real Photo Shoot {Atlanta Headshot Photographer}

Behind the Scenes……a day in the life here at the studio.  The lovely Joan came in today for a business headshot for LinkedIn.  We used natural light in the studio space for her shoot, reviewed them together in the Client Room, and made a final decision to select her new headshot.  Easy peasy!  Now her […]

Behind the Scenes – New Instagram Account

Big news!  We’ve decided to launch a new Instagram account specifically for headshots.  Going forward @NinaParkerPhoto will be focused on portraits, both humans and pets, while @NinaParkerStudios will be dedicated to headshots. Obviously there will be plenty of headshots, as well as behind the scenes shots from the studio and various shoot locations around Atlanta.  […]

Headshot for a Digital Brand Strategist – Atlanta Headshot Photographer

Not everyone can say they consult for huge conglomerates and industry leaders for their digital brand strategies. Angie, however, is one of these people. She regularly interacts with movers and shakers, decision makers, and is comfortable and confidant in front of corporate audiences. She also has another professional identity as a global representative of business […]

Contemporary Headshots for Young Executives – Atlanta Headshot Photographer

When Nick initially contacted me about creating some marketing images for his company, I felt right away he would be a great client to work with. Knowing more than a bit about photography himself, he was educated about lighting and composition and had a clear vision for the results he wanted. Sure, he could have […]