Portraiture: What to wear…...
We want you to be the focus of your portraits, not your arms and legs. If dark colored pants are your choice then everyone should being wearing dark pants, the same being for light colored pants as well. If you choose light-colored shirts, then everyone’s shirts should be light colors. Avoid logos and patterns. Solid colors, long-sleeved shirts and long pants are best.
The wardrobe you choose should be simple and classic, this will bring a sense of elegance and class to your portraits. Some ideas: All black; denim & khaki; white or cream & khaki; black & khaki. It is also great to have the women in one color of shirt and the men in another complimentary colored shirt.
Hair and Make-up…
Women: Apply makeup a little heavier than normal and some color to the cheeks and lips. Don’t change your hairstyle just before your session, style your hair as you normally would. Moist lips also make it easier to make wonderful smiles.
Men: Make sure you have a fresh shave. A five o’clock shadow is difficult to remove.
Hands: Make sure hands and nails look finished. Nice clean or polished nails photography well. Use hand lotion prior to your session.
Babies and Children…
We shoot in a candid photo journalistic style, which means that we will do a few posed shots of your child, we prefer to watch them, interact with them, and capture through our lens those moments that parents will want to hold on to forever.
It is always appreciated if parents not focus on their child, just watch us and we will get that great expression and your child’s attention.
We strive to always make our session fun and exciting so that your children love being photographed. Please feel free to bring their favorite toy, stuffed animal or blanket and treats to the session. We also have lots of props to make them happy.
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Saturday, October 16, 2010
Such a great birthday with so many friends and such a big family. A beautiful cake was designed and created by Michelle Reynolds and was quite the cake. Code-3 catering did a wonderful job on all the great eats. Laughter and dancing could be seen and heard everywhere and as I watched, everone was was having the time of their lives. Happy Birthday Frank hope you will never forget