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{Headshots} Moira Bailey

Posted on Oct 7th 2010

I first met Moira at a breakfast networking group in Stratford-upon-Avon a little over a month ago. During my 60 second talk I covered the importance of having a good headshot to represent you on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and of course your website.
Moira’s company is The Professional Woman’s Coach and she is based in Warwick.

(I am writing a seperate post to cover all the point that you need to consider when evaluating your photo, so watch this space if you are in doubt…)

Moira came to have a chat to me after the meeting about the photograph she is currently using. It was taken by a newspaper photographer in 2004 for an article. Although it is a fairly decent photo, and she has had a number of comments from people recently about it.

Comments like:

  • that they didn’t recognise her from her photo, or
  • that she looked much younger in person than she does on her photo

Of course in the last 6 years things have changed, not only styles of photography, but also clothes and Moira has changed her hairstyle. So we agreed to do some headshots to better reflect her look and style in 2010.

Moira also asked if I could capture a couple of images of her talking to a colleage for use on her website, so we incorporated that into the shoot as well.

These are the new ones we’ve created.

and this is the photograph that Moira has been using until now…

Which do you prefer?
And would you rather do business with Moira now or then?

[Commercial & Business Portrait Photographer, Warwick]

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One Response to “{Headshots} Moira Bailey”

  1. Moira B says:

    Wow, I am thrilled with these Liezl and as I have a new website to go live soon these photos will be the icing on the cake. I can’t thank you enough. I had a great time with you. It was fun and I was relaxed. I think you’ve captured that and more. I will be telling all the women that I network with about you and your talent.

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