Equestria, Pretoria East, Gauteng, South Africa 083 452 4530 (office hours) brenda@monsoonphotography.co.za

PORTRAITS & HEADSHOTS

Portrait Photography in Pretoria & Johannesburg, Gauteng.

An engaging portfolio leaves a lasting impression, hence portrait photography should be at the top of the tick list for any business or professional who want to showcase themselves at a glance in the best possible light.

Enabling you to provide a stand-out portfolio for your next audition, marketing material or business proposal.

Photographers in Pretoria, Johannesburg, Gauteng and able to travel across South Africa.

Corporate Profiles

Business Photography

Monsoon Photography specialises in business and corporate portrait photography for corporate profiles and annual reports. We’ve done shoots for top ranking CEOs in South Africa across various business sectors, including the finance & science industries.

In the business and corporate world, a good headshot can help your resume to stand out from the rest, giving you every advantage to get that promotion or new client.

Model & Entertainers Photography

Studio photos in Pretoria or on-location photos for model & acting headshots for portfolios. Entertainment & advertising industries always require headshots during the application process. Directors or agents would have to look through hundreds of applications, consequently professional headshots are especially relevant to make you stand out from the crowd.

We’ve photographed interacting photos of dancers & entertainers.

Headshots for local musicians to to utilise for CD sleeves, DVD covers and marketing material.

Advertising Agencies & Stock Images

Our freelance photographer relationship with advertising agencies stretches over many years. We’ve done stills for tv ads, magazine covers, brochure image, stock photos and much more. Enquire on rates or studio hire.

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View our corporate portfolio here.

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To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them. — Elliott Erwitt