Tony Taafe, photographer, joins David Delmar to share his process of helping people take amazing headshots by incorporating full consciousness. He is openly transparent about the real anxiety people experience around getting their picture taken. Also, how he’s been able to reach his level of success as one of the top headshot photographers in the country. So, listen in and get advice about how to look at getting your picture taken in a whole new light and experience the power of full consciousness photography.
Hello, this is David Delmar your host of SuperPower Creatives, and you’re listening to our episode Full Consciousness Photography. I believe everyone is a creator and it’s this inherent birthright that’s the source of our superpowers. Stepping into this personal authority is scary though. This show celebrates creatives, staying true to who they really are, making a living using their creative superpowers. The stories they share will excite and inspire listeners to do the same, making positive change in the world.
I’m ecstatic to introduce our guest for today’s show. He’s an extraordinarily talented photographer and creator, who takes headshots that are world class, and signatory of his artistic ability to capture human essence like none other. His art is helping everyday people take headshots that make them look like total pros. It’s an art, and a superpower all together. Getting people past the stress of taking photos, to look their true self and not posing for a photo kind of look, like just trying to get it done kind of thing. And his mission is for people to look amazing, teaching them some little secrets that celebrities have known for years, that shouldn’t only be reserved for the rich and famous, so everyone can look spectacular.
Tony Taafe is a professional headshot photographer from Liverpool, England. And he moved to the States in 2010, falling in love with it here. Spending his first seven years based in Los Angeles, and then moving to Arizona in early 2017, where he opened his own headshot studio in Old Town Scottsdale Arizona. He feels lucky enough to have spent the time since, moving around, traveling around the country on assignments from different editorial publications worldwide. Photographing people, doing what he loves to do every day. He considers it to be the best job on the planet, which is super cool.
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