Attlee Photography Client List: Alcoa, American Association of Retired Persons, American Management Systems, Andrews Law, Aviation Week, BB&T, Beery Rio Architecture & Interiors, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Boeing Company, Bozzuto, Breakers Hotel on the Ocean, CACI, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Charles E. Smith Commercial Realty, Choate-Rosemary
Hall, Chronicle of the Horse, Deerfield Academy, Eli Lilly and Co., Inc., Friends of Senator Rockefeller, General Dynamics, Genesis V-St. Ignatious College Prep, Harris Stratex, Hitachi, Ltd., Honeywell, Johnson & Johnson, Key Bridge Marriott, Lerner Publishing Group, Lockheed Martin, Loudoun Magazine, Massachusetts Hospital Association, McGraw Hill Companies, National College Access Network, National Louis University, National Restaurant Association, New York Times, NFL Commissioner (Ret.) and Mrs. Paul Tagliabue, Perkins Coie, Portland State University, Publishing Group of America, Raytheon, Senator and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller IV, SRI International, Trinity Construction Group, Inc., Venable,Baetjer, Howard & Civiletti LLP, Verizon, Vornado, Washington Post
The Attlee Photography blog is written by portrait professional and former White House photographer Tracey Attlee of Attlee Photography in Alexandria, VA and is dedicated to teaching business and social clients how to look best in professional photography. Probably the most often asked question Attlee Photography gets is "What do I wear for my business portrait?" The answer is, select wardrobe that frames your figure in a way that sets off your face. This means avoid clashing patterns and choose solids and neutrals. For business, wearing a freshly pressed dark suit, a crisp white shirt and lively tie works well for men; for women, pairing a dark suit with a silk blouse, pearls or a scarf looks great. Avoid exposing large areas of flesh that shorts, a mini skirt or a sleeveless blouse will do. This actually distracts the viewer's eye from your face. The idea of a business portrait is to direct the viewer's eye to your eyes and face. When someone is first meeting you, their initial way of judging you is to look you in the eye. Attlee Photography in Alexandria, VA recommends you dress to support that tendency so you can look your best in professional business photography, quickly connect with all who see your portrait and move your professional relationships forward!