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Your photography session is booked; what next?  These pages will help

you with your next steps and questions.  Of course, please contact

me if you have any questions.

​Portraits/ Lifestyle Shoots​

I am so excited to capture your family and create lasting memories!   I want to share some tips you may find helpful while prepare for our time at the photo session.  As always, you can contact me if you have any ​questions on what to do or what to wear or what to bring! 


When choosing a headshot look, opt for something professional but still expresses your personal style.  For acting & modeling headshots, you should opt for a neutral outfit that won't be distracting in the final image. 

Note for LAER agents; be sure to wear a color that will show up well against the white backdrop.

What to Wear? 

​Things to Keep in Mind

Wear solids or simple patterns. Don’t over do it with the patterns. Solid dark colors are the most flattering. (heavily patterned clothes can also be flattering and photograph super well).

– Consider your location(s). Think about where you will be shooting with us. Are you going for a soft natural/rustic feel? Then sticking to soft neutral colors may be a great option. Are you going to be shooting in a city or urban area? Then brighter colors or a more “dressed up” approach may work with the setting better. It doesn’t hurt to look at shoots from similar locations and see what other people wore. It’s a great way to see what you like.

– Stick to more fitted clothing. Anything hanging off your body (baggy) will make you look bigger than you are and look messy.

– The layered look is always a winner for downtown settings. For example:
Guys: Nice dark jeans, hip shoes, collared shirt and a loose tie. A jacket to finish it off.
Girls: Nice jeans, paired with a dressy top, splashes of color or patterns, funky jewelry and high heels. (or cute dress).

– Jazz up your outfit with a cute pair of heels or a funky necklace (or cute purse!).
(note: if you’re going to be wearing high heels, also bring some more comfortable flip-flops or slip-ons with you for walking).

– Consider your undergarments. Now this may go without saying but you need to consider your “intimates” when putting together your outfits(s). Ladies, make sure you wear a properly fitting bra and an appropriate style for your outfits so your bra strap isn’t showing and it isn’t pulling at your skin. Make sure you take a look at yourself with the whole look put together so there aren’t any sneaking straps or lines that bother you. Make sure your outfit is finished to perfection by starting with your base. Although we try our best to look out for straps peeking out they don’t always get caught (especially with nude straps) and re-editing those buggers out is not standard editing practice.
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