It's the week before your photo session and not sure what to wear? Let me help you out.
I always let each client know, wear whatever is most comfortable for you. Pops of colors can some times be overwhelming when editing photos, so try sticking to more neutral colors. This helps bring out the crisp coloring in every photo when editing.
Wear something comfortable. Whether it is hot or very cold during your session, comfort matters. Stick to shoes that won't blister your feet and ditch the sweater that itches too much. Your photo session should be fun and a memory that is worth sharing. You don't want to look back and have any regretful memories from your session.
When positioning each of my clients, I try to capture angles that make you feel confident about your session. Every person that I work with is beautiful in their own way, and it's my job to capture that.
You may see me angle my camera up, stand on a ladder or a near by bench to ensure that I am getting the perfect photo of you and your family.
Before the session begins, I will sit down and chat with you about some ideas I have with your chosen location. I'll show you different posing that we can do, and some tips and tricks I have to ensure perfection through-out the session.
One thing that I do different than other photographers is I play music through-out the whole session. I ask your favorite genre and play it while working with you. This will help put some ease on you while taking photos.
During the session, I will be moving around A LOT. I will tell you to ignore me and be yourself. Relax, take a deep breath, these photos will turn out gorgeous.
I may hid in a tree, grab a random flower and hold it in my frame; don't worry though, these always turn out for the best.