Snap a business portrait worthy of framing

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Peter Hurley, headshot artist for celebrities and executives, tells The New York Times that the most important element of a good headshot is the eyes.

Imagine a tic-tac-toe board overlaid onto your finished photo. The eyes would be on one of the lines or set of intersections. Also, consider zooming in on your subject so that the top of the subject’s head is slightly out of the frame.

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