THINK MUTED COLORS.


Avoid overly saturated and bold colors, as they distract in the photo. Look for MUTED versions of the same color. For example, if you have a bright hot pink shirt, try a muted dusty rose instead.

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preparing how to dress for your session

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Let me convince you

Photo sessions are a special, often momentous event and you should be dressed accordingly! If you get invited to a wedding, your going to dress the part because it is a nice event right?! Your photo session should be looked at in the same way. It is a special day and outfits, regardless of the style, are a HUGE part of how your images will look.
In the past I have had clients tell me "We just want to be casual, we are simple when it comes to style" etc. and I while I completely understand that and I DO want you to feel comfortable, you can still look and feel comfortable while rocking a a well put together outfit!! A flattering maxi dress, striped button up and cotton henley tee paired in the right shades photograph beautifully while still feeling like yourself. No matter what your personal style is we can roll with it and take the entire family ensemble to the next-level while staying true to yourselves.

COORDINATE, DON’T MATCH.

Gone are the days when everyone wears matching white polos and khakis for family photos on the beach. Choose colors that complement each other but are not overly matchy-matchy. For example, avoid wearing the same color top as your spouse or putting your girls in the same matching dresses.

After the first family member's outfit is chosen, begin to find 2-3 coordinating colors that complement it.

!caution! - avoid at all costs

Skip clothing that have noticeable logos or large graphics.
PLEASE avoid completely matching outfits - like everyone wearing the same shade of blue and white. If blue and white is the color scheme you want to go with we always try and mix in shades of blue, white patterns, and neutral textures. Another common mistake is ill or loose fitting dresses or shirts on women. I know I am often guilty of thinking, "the baggier the better" but, that can't be further from the truth when dressing for your photos! ALWAYS wear something that is shape defining - shirts that have a tapered waist or flexible fabric and dresses that are cinched at the waist or throw on a belt.

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