HireClub Headshots

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3 Reviews5.0/5
Ketan Anjaria
Maker
Founder HireClub
Whether it's for your LinkedIn, Facebook or Tinder ;-), an awesome Headshot with a professional photographer really ups your game. We have an fantastic studio where we offer hair and make up plus personal styling to help you look your best. Our goal is get you in and out as quick as possible while still giving you professional results. Standard Headshots at other places usually start at $200 and we start at $75 because we do all the shoots in one day. This helps keeps our costs low so we can pass the savings to you. In as little as 10 minutes you can have an awesome new look. We do ask you come a little early because SF traffic is notorious. But we try to keep the vibe pretty fun, we have some great music during your session and we offer snacks and mimosas to keep the energy high. Happy to answer any questions you may have!
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Rob BajorTechnical Project Manager
I love how you've complemented your Hireclub application/Facebook group (which focuses on getting face to face contacts) with a service that literally focuses on headshots. You're a clever man, and I appreciate you.
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Ketan Anjaria
Maker
Founder HireClub
@rob_bajor aww thanks man. We want to make every look and feel great!
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Nisha Garigarn
Co-founder, Croissant
I love Hire Club!
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Ketan Anjaria
Maker
Founder HireClub
@nishsticks HireClub loves you back!
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Are you thinking of expanding to other cities ? I know a few photographers in LA that would eat this up! (Actors pay crazy prices for headshots) happy to try to connect them
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Ketan Anjaria
Maker
Founder HireClub
@swetzequity David our photographer is actually based in LA. We'd love to expand into as many cities as possible. Message me at ketan@hireclub.co. Thank you!
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Angus
Founder, Lyrical.me
Lol at the frowning “scary” man they have used to symbolise “power”.
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