Poway Headshot Photographer


Dennis Mock Photography

Poway Headshot photographer Dennis Mock serves nearby Poway, Rancho Bernado and Rancho Penasquitos area. He is well-versed in capturing professional business headshots, whether it’s for individuals, corporate teams, or staff portraits.

Dennis’ expertise and meticulous attention to detail ensure that your headshots will accurately represent your personality and professionalism. With his guidance, you can create a visual representation of yourself or your team that will leave a lasting impression on your clients and colleagues. A new headshot from Dennis can even help open doors for you and your career advancement.

INDIVIDUAL IN-STUDIO PRICING

DENNIS MOCK EXPERIENCE

Dennis is there to assist you in finding the ideal pose for your photos. It’s important to showcase confidence and approachability in your pictures. You can review your images either after the session or through an online gallery.

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STUDIO SESSION

Get a professional Headshot package for just $175! You’ll have 10 minutes to capture the perfect shot with two outfit changes and one retouched digital image included. Need more photos? Additional images are only $75 each.

WHERE ARE YOU LOCATED?

Our studio is nestled in the Rancho Penasquitos 92129 area of San Diego. By appointment only, please make sure to schedule your session in advance. We look forward to seeing you soon! Got questions? Call Text 858-722-5573

Pictured is Headshot of a professional women at the Hotel Del Coronado conference taken at Dennis Mock Photography Headshot Station

TEAMS ON-LOCATION

At your San Diego Workplace


Our mobile Studio is perfect for capturing large-volume headshots with ease and convenience right in your conference room. We’ll bring all the lighting and backdrop equipment necessary to set up a photo shoot area and take stunning photos of your entire team.

This is a great chance to provide everyone on your team with a high-quality, professional headshot that they can use on LinkedIn, Twitter, or as promotional material for your company. Here’s a blog post “What to Wear to your Headshot Session:

Outdoor headshot portrait of a women doctor as UCSD in La Jolla, CA. Photo by Dennis Mock
Team Headshots captured by Dennis Mock Photography mobile studio at a recent Conference event.
Team headshots are about consistency and great expression

HEADSHOT TEAM PRICING

Dennis Mock Experience

We offer mini headshot sessions for your team with Dennis coaching and guiding each member to achieve the perfect pose. Remember to exude confidence and approachability in your photos!

Team & Staff Pricing

Our team photo pricing is based on the number of people, with one retouched image included. The cost is $150 per member, with a minimum charge of $600 for teams of less than 4 members. Each team member can select their preferred image from their own individual gallery.

Background Options

Choose from white, grey, or your workspace backgrounds. Add a digital background for more options, like outdoor scenes or professional office backgrounds.

Frequently Asked Questions

When preparing for a headshot, it’s best to choose neutral colors and darker tones for at least one outfit. It’s also a good idea to opt for solid fabrics and longer sleeves. Layer textures and accessories to create a unique look, and for your second or third outfit, feel free to experiment with some bright colors and patterns.

Keep your makeup and hair natural, and avoid trying a new hairstyle or extra makeup just before your portrait. Remember, less is usually more! Read our lastest blog post

it’s important to take care of a few things beforehand. First, make sure to get a good night’s sleep and stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water.

It’s also a good idea to choose your outfit ahead of time and make sure it’s clean and pressed.

Consider getting a haircut or trim at least a week before the session to give your hair time to settle.

Practicing posing and facial expressions in the mirror can also help you feel more comfortable and confident during the session. Finally, arrive at the session early to allow time to get settled and comfortable before the photoshoot begins.

Here’s a recent Blog post on the Ultimate Eras Headshot requirements

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First, focus on your posture. Stand up straight and avoid slouching, as this can make you appear less confident and less professional.

Next, pay attention to your chin. Tilt it slightly down and towards the camera to avoid a double chin and create a flattering angle for your face.You should also relax your shoulders and keep your arms slightly away from your body, as this can help you look more open and approachable.

Another important tip is to make eye contact with the camera and smile naturally, which can help you appear friendly and engaging.

Recent Blog Posts

Ultimate Guide for ERAS Headshots

As a seasoned San Diego headshot photographer, I’ve witnessed firsthand the pivotal role a professional headshot plays in the ERAS (Electronic Residency Application Service) process. Drawing from years of experience and a…

Ready To Get Started?

If you are ready to start the process or have questions, feel free to fill out the contact form below, and we will be there for you in no time.

You can contact us directly by calling texting 858-722-5573 or emailing us at [email protected]

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