Frequently Asked Questions
Do you have a studio?
No, Petruzzo Photography does not maintain a studio, which makes coordinating staff pictures much simpler. We serve our corporate and commercial clients directly in their homes and offices and we are able to create headshots in most environments.
Will you shoot headshots for dating sites?
Can I swap outfits during the shoot?
Do you offer group discounts?
Where will the photos be taken?
What should I wear?
How long does it take to see the images?
How many images will I have to choose from?
How much does it cost to license images from my session?
How can I use the images you create?
Do you provide video services?
Will you Photoshop my images?
I have a specific concept in mind, can you help?
Should I feel nervous and self-conscious about getting a headshot?
Always Shooting On Location
We make portraits simple by helping you avoid an awkward trip to the studio. Your photographer will come to you either in your home, office, or even conference location.
Flexible Sessions for Everyone
Business portraits can include as many or as few people as necessary, and flexible billing allows you to add and remove people from the shoot as necessary.
Impressing The People That Matter
We put great energy into photographing our clients so that we can showcase their authentic selves, while taking into consideration the audience they hope will notice.
Shooting When the Time is Right
We know it can be hard for professionals and teams to coordinate the best time for team portraits, that’s why we’re available whenever the time is right, as early as 6:00am and as late as 11:00pm.
The services offered by Petruzzo Photography went beyond my expectations! They delivered high-quality services with a fast
I came to Petruzzo Photography to update my corporate headshot. William was quite knowledgeable, talented, kind, and patient. I felt like I was a part of the process and learned a lot about different ways to take a great photo. I would absolutely recommend this company to anyone looking to get headshots (or any other event, really!) My pictures turned out wonderfully, and I feel like he was able to capture what is really “me”. Thanks so much!Katherine
William Petruzzo is an enthusiastic and talented photographer. He took portraits of me in no less than three locations in my home. We were moving furniture out of the way to get just the right shot. The shoot lasted for over an hour. I got just the images I was seeking for a good price.Sam
William has done many photo shoots for our company… in our customers’ homes. Not only were the photos fantastic, and exactly what we asked for, but our customers always mention how courteous and professional he was.Hannah
From the Blog
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