Friday, March 16, 2007

Headshots

I got my headshot yesterday in LA. Maybe I should rephrase that...

They're not glamorous, but there's only so much a photographer can do with this mug. What is better the serious or the smile?

Myrhaf, the man who brought sexy back to the blogosphere.







12 comments:

Blair said...

The pics are great. Don't know about the "sexy" thang, though....
Hehehehehe

Jennifer Snow said...

I think the serious one is definitely better. :)

Myrhaf said...

Jennifer, I agree.

Blair, you suck.

Blair said...

Ouch!

Hey! I was just kidding. Sorry if you really took offense.

Myrhaf said...

No, no -- I was joking with you. I tend to joke with a straight face as it's funnier that way.

Myrhaf said...

Sometimes I put the happy faces after a joke, but other times it seems to ruin the joke entirely, so I leave them off. I'll admit, joking without the happy face does not always work on the internet. Actually, it never works; misunderstanding always ensues without the ideograph.

;) :))) 8>o :o

Blair said...

Don't worry Myrhaf, I took it in the best light. I have to have a thick skin....I'm Married!!!Hahaha

[Don't let my wife see this!]

Toiler said...

I like the smile, but the one with the black shirt looks more actorly, like something you'd see on a playbill.

Myrhaf said...

Toiler, I agree.

Blair, you still suck.

(I'm joking, I'm joking!)

EdMcGon said...

I don't know what you were planning to use the pictures for, but they are both good.

For acting purposes, I would go with the smiling one. For writing purposes, the serious one.

Myrhaf said...

Ed, I plan to use them as acting headshots. The photographer said I need one serious shot for "theatrical" auditions and one smiling shot for "commercial" auditions. Apparently, actors use a serious shot when they audition for a play, but they use a smiling shot when audition for a beer commercial.

Thomas Wilson said...

Hi,
It is a type of modern photography. In it generally the personality of an individual is captured as he is. Most of the nyc headshot photographers try to portrait a person in his or her natural look which is simple as well as stylish.

Thanks!
Thomas Wilson