.PREPARING FOR YOUR PORTRAIT SESSION.
Are you ready for the time of your life? [Okay...I mean, I'd like to think that I'm a 'fun' person, but 'time of your life' might be a bit of a stretch on my part.] Either way, here are some quick tips to help you prepare for a portrait session with yours truly!
.PLAN YOUR TIME.
If your session is taking place on-location - arrive promptly for your scheduled appointment time, but not too early! [Let's face it, running 'behind' happens, it even happens to me sometimes - although I'll try to be on my best behavior. If you're going to be late, just shoot me a text message!]
If your session is taking place in-home - Click HERE to take a look at a more in-depth guide on how to prepare for your in-home portrait session.
Most portrait sessions take anywhere from  mins to  minutes - but typically it takes people at least  minutes before they really 'warm up' in front of the camera.
.DRESS FOR YOUR PORTRAIT SESSION.
Come dressed in your favorite outfit, ready for for a good time! If your session is taking place outdoors & the forecast calls for ‘less than ideal weather’, (especially in terms of temperature), be sure to dress in LAYERS! [Even if this means running out & buying a thermal underlay for yourself or your little one. Trust me, if you feel cold, you will inevitably 'look cold' in your photographs. Photographers aren't magicians [although many would probably beg to differ!]...we can't photoshop out emotions! Haha!]
Keep your attire simple, but DO try to coordinate colors for groups of  or more.
Solid colors are best. Try to avoid large, bold patterns.
Be sure to pack any hair combs, brushes, accessories, makeup, etc. - things that might be useful to you for those mid-shoot 'touch-ups'.
If your chosen portrait package allows for outfit changes, feel free to have an outfit change(s) ready to go and/or props along to add creativity and variety to your session!
Everyone that shows up for the session should plan to be apart of the session. [Please refrain from inviting your neighbor from down the street to 'watch' the shoot...that just gets to be a bit weird. Haha!
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