Here are some tips to help us prepare for your upcoming mini session! Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or need assistance deciding on what to wear.
Click on the Pinterest board links to get styling inspiration.
I suggest bringing props that will tell your story. For example, if you play basketball, bring a basketball. If you play an instrument, bring it along. If you enjoy reading, bring your favorite books.
Before purchasing new outfits, you should review your closet to see if you have anything that can be utilized for your session. Give yourself a few days before your session to plan and get anything additional that you may need.
Consider getting your hair, nails and/or makeup professionally done before your session to make you look and feel your most confident self.
Neutrals and simple plain colors work great when paired with accessory details.
Relax & Have Fun The more relaxed you are, the smoother things will go. A mini session can feel a little rushed and sometimes chaotic, but you should focus on relaxing and having fun!
Arrive Early Aim to arrive 15 minutes before your session begins. Have a back-up outfit plan. Bring wet wipes and a Tide To-Go Stain Remover Pen.
Ensure you’re well-fed, well-hydrated, and well-rested before the session. Avoid candy, soda, sugar before the shoot.
Practice getting the “real smile” – Practice in the mirror, prior to your session.
Plan to do something fun after your photo session as a reward.
I can’t wait to capture these beautiful memories with you!
These portraits will be perfect for announcements, thank you cards, wall prints and more!
50% off Pro Quality Wall Prints – Canvas, Acrylic and Metals. Prints and additional digital images are available for order a la carte. I offer print and design services from my professional print lab. If you would like prints, be sure to inquire about this service! I can even design your holiday greeting cards.