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Creative Headshots from Zany to Serious to Mysterious

A curated collection of headshots from the Pantone photo booth at the 2013 99U Conference.


Whether it’s for your Twitter avatar, your blog profile, or your next speaking engagement, everyone needs a headshot these days. That’s why we recruited crack photographer Dennis Kleiman of Stomping Ground Photo to shoot clever creative portraits at our annual 99U Conference in a special photobooth sponsored by Pantone. From casual cool to seriously zany, our subjects’ personalities definitely emerged. Here are a few of our favorite headshots…
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All photos by Dennis Kleiman.

To see more work from Dennis and Stomping Ground, including their incredible school pictures for youngsters, visit www.stompinggroundphoto.com or www.denniskleiman.com.

Comments (7)
  • Thomas Nordén

    Lovely lighting.

    • Gordon

      Seriously. I’d love to know the set-up.

      • Josh Bootz

        Thankfully this one’s easy. Check out the guy in sunglasses. Photographer in front big octabox I believe.

      • josh

        from the last picture it looks like there’s also a single light on the backdrop too.

      • http://mattfredfry.com/ Matt Fry

        Yeah, I’d bet that big pantone color block is solid flat color. All the gradient is probably added by the light. Very cool effect.

  • Alex Amaral

    Was very nice!

  • MariaElisaCruzLima

    I just loved the idea! Congrats!!!

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