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Emilio Castro

In my role at the studio, as the Studio Manager, I take pride in keeping the logistics of our work running smoothly for our clients from first contact to delivery. I like to think that our customer service is second to none.

Of course, having been married to Sabrina for over +25 years, I truly enjoy her every achievement as she creates beautiful work for our clients and her own projects.

I have a background in Accounting & Business Management and have worked in the Oil & Gas industry for over 17 years leading supply chain teams in international and domestic markets. I achieved the Lean Bronze Certification during my time at Halliburton and later discovered the benefit of Scrum and Agile Project Management when working for BP. I am a fan of continuous improvement and enjoy leading diverse teams of every kind while working for those large companies.

I'm also a self-taught web developer and coder, a Certified Remote Pilot (I fly our drones), and a self-published fantasy author, among many other small feats and accidents.


A full body portrait, standing up or sitting, is a good complement for your headshot and can be used on multiple pieces of marketing from your website to flyers and brochures.

However, these larger images will not work very well for LinkedIn and other digital platforms as profile pictures just because the real estate on those platforms is very limited and even a half-body portrait will need to be cropped to make your face visible to the users.


The fact that many times your image will render in a mobile device (phone or table) also makes full body portraits too tiny to be effective at LinkedIn or other business apps like Microsoft Teams and Microsoft Oultook. So, these types of images will fail at communicating with your audience. Regardless, there is still room to use this tool in your advertising.

A full body portraits is perfect for anyone who has control over the platform and channels where the image is going to be use. Lawyers and professionals in the financial and real estate industries can broadcast their position and expertise thru the strong impression provided by these images.

When shooting we have the option to either use natural light or create you portrait with the power and options provided by the full studio setup.

Please feel free to learn more about business portraits and options for your job hunting by continue reading our blog or just fill out our Booking & Information contact form to get in touch and have a one-to-one consultation.

Additional Readings & Info:

Half-body shot from a professional branding session for executives.

Studio Business Portraits Pros and Cons

by Emilio Castro

The Photographer's Blog

Issue #011


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