Headshot Swap: Franklin Headshot Photography

It’s amazing when you have the opportunity to get together with a group of awesome creatives and have a fun filled day of photography. I had the pleasure of meeting up with several local photographers in Franklin Tennessee at the Harlinsdale Farm for a friendly headshot swap. we practiced our Headshot Photography we brought our cameras and our smiling faces. It was a great afternoon of fun and friendly collaboration. I met these wonderful ladies through Rising Tide a wonderful group that believes in community of competition. We all took turns taking pictures of one another in small groups making sure everyone was able to photograph in their desired style and be photographed in the way they like as well. It was a great experience in so many ways.

Rarely do you have the time to slow down and see how another photographer actual shoots. It was great to shoot side by side with so many talented ladies and see how they interact behind the lens. It was also eye-opening to be in front of the camera, something I rarely do anymore. I tend to be awkward and make faces when I get uncomfortable but it’s great to see how my clients feel the second the lens is turned. It really helps me to be a better photographer.

I enjoy experiences like this and I’m glad I can be part of a community that makes is so easy. Here is some headshot photography from this amazing day. Stay tuned and later I’ll be posting the headshots taken of me…

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15 thoughts on “Headshot Swap: Franklin Headshot Photography”

  1. Christina

    Wonderful portraits! And it’s so awesome to read about other photographers being able to get together and share their passion. It’s so great you have a great community willing to get together.

  2. Having a great community is the most amazing thing in the world. It’s always great to see photographers helping each other out and getting some awesome photos in the process! 🙂

  3. Alex

    What a fantastic way to spend the day! Great photos!!

  4. What an interesting post. Thank you!

  5. Beth

    I love the bts pics. It’s so much less intimidating I think to see what goes on so people can prepare for something like this!

  6. Heather Neilson

    This is such a great idea, and I love the flattering, natural headshots you achieved.

  7. These are so natural, which I imagine can be hard when the photographer is the subject. My group of friends that are also photographers have been planning something like this. I love this inspiration to simply get it done.

  8. Such beautiful headshots! I always love seeing your work!!

  9. This is such a great idea! I love when photographers can get together to trade headshots, and these are such beautiful portraits! Beautiful photography, as always.

  10. It’s weird to be on the other side of the lens but so worth it! Especially when you have a great community of fellow photographers to provide you with a great new headshot.

  11. Julie

    Franklin Tennessee looks like a gorgeous place to do headshots! I would love to do a headshot swap in my city. This gives me inspiration to make that happen!

  12. Such a great Franklin Head Shot swap! Such great portraits and an awesome way to build connections and help other photographers.

  13. What a great idea to help out your fellow creatives and swap out the work of a professional headshot. I love the sense of community you have built in Franklin, Tennessee. Some talented photographers out there!

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