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Andrew Earl

I have been using Nick Gregan on and off for 16 years. Whenever I return after an off period I always question why I try to freshen up my pictures with other photographers. Nick is great.Read more…

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Actors Headshots - Colour or Black & White?

This is an easy one to answer, back in the ‘good old days’ actors headshots were always b&w. The main reasons for this were the ease of production and the ability to keep the cost down to a reasonable level. 18 more words

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Is The Headshot Photographer Responsible?

Here’s the whole sentence; If you are using a bad headshot who is responsible for that, is it the headshot photographer or is it you? 30 more words

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10 Tips On How to be a Professional [Actor]

Merriam-Webster’s clinical definition for professional is slightly incorrect:

pro·fes·sion·al / adjective

(1) :  characterized by or conforming to the technical or ethical standards of a profession… 1,372 more words

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Katherine Astbury

Nick Gregan is a fantastic photographer! His skill and experience are very apparent from the word go, and he really puts you at ease. He is passionate about what he does, and really helps you to get the right headshot for you; offering advice before, during and after your appointment! A trueRead more…

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Make Sure Your Actors Headshot Looks Natural

Don’t Go Crazy With Retouching
So you’ve just had your actors headshots done and are really happy with the results but, you feel like they could do with a little extra ‘shuzzing’ you want to make sure they’ve got ‘The Wow Factor’. 13 more words

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Legit Talent Agents on Disreputable Talent Managers

There’s a cold war raging within talent representation ranks.

Legit (TV, film & theater) talent agents and reputable talent managers with unblemished careers have long been agitated by the questionable actions of peer talent representation misrepresenting intent to actors. 2,122 more words

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