Thirty-Eighth Avenue Photography Transforms Winners of "Ugly LinkedIn Profile Photo" Contest
By: PR Works
Brian MacFee commented, "I'm not vain, but I am concerned with my appearance and conveying that I am open, friendly and approachable. The new photo conveys that in a glance."
Susan Pieri added, "I came to the photoshoot with three outfit variations, ready to have fun. Debi did not disappoint! She has an artist's eye and a friendly manner. The time flew by. Now I have three wonderful shots to choose from to replace the one currently on LinkedIn. Although, on one of them I'm told I look too happy for a lawyer."
Rich Archibald noted, "The difference between my old photo and the new, improved one are night and day. I look more vibrant, professional and ready to go."
According to the champion of the photo contest Debi Cramer, founder and principal photographer at https://www.38thavenuephotography.com/
Some executives favor their high school yearbook likeness. Others just choose to ignore the aging process. Either way, an outdated profile photo is not the best way to represent yourself on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional network.
Debi Cramer advises, "A LinkedIn profile photo is also not the best place to show off a cherished boat, sports car or pet. It's okay to wear ski goggles if you're a ski resort owner, but not okay if you're a ski enthusiast and your profession is selling life insurance. It should be noted that NOT having a profile photo doesn't work in your favor either. Will fellow networkers and recruiters want to connect? Perhaps not. Those who do have a profile photo on LinkedIn may receive up to 21 times more profile views than those lacking profile photos (according to https://www.linkedin.com/
To learn more about Cramer and Thirty-Eighth Avenue Photography, visit https://www.38thavenuephotography.com/
About Thirty-Eighth Avenue Photography:
Thirty-Eighth Avenue Photography's new studio includes a client lounge for viewing photos as well as an additional dedicated office space for photo editing and client meetings. Cramer also travels for onsite photo assignments. The agency's primary focus is commercial photography, event and corporate brand photography - from marketing materials, websites and product pages to headshots.