Holiday Portrait Preparation in 3 Easy Steps
Preparing for your Holiday Portrait Session
1. Arrive 5-10 minutes early... this gives you plenty of time for last minute issues that may arise.
No need to be too early you want everyone to be fresh and ready.
2. What to Wear.....this can be really stressful for some but DON'T STRESS! When picking out outfits,
pick out the outfit for the most difficult person to dress first & then plan everyone else's outfit around theirs.
Plan like it one person's outfit.
Too many patterns can be too busy for the eyes but still let it be an expression of YOUR FAMILY!
For extended large family sessions dress each family group in their own color or color palette.
If you have any questions or need guidance that's what I am here for please ask!
3. Don't stress...
laughing+ loving+ calm = BEAUTIFUL PHOTOS!
Not every beautiful photo is cheesy smiles...
in fact the ones that are often the most touching are those natural looks.
So don't point at the camera to get your little one looking then all we have are fingers pointing!
I may have a little pocket of treats to hand out to age appropriate children
but if you prefer me not to, just let me know.
Remember if you are not in the picture and are helping to make the children smile or a pet look make sure to stand nice and close to the camera .... right behind me is the best!
And don't leave the pets at home! If you want to include your pets, dogs or cats let's talk we can capture your family including the furry ones!
After your session your gallery will be available for gallery purchases 2-3 weeks from your session. If you are interested in a RUSH please reach out to have a RUSH payment added.
And don’t forget to order you holiday cards…. Check out our custom card creations or choose option thru your gallery shop.
CAPTURING CREATING & CRAFTING YOUR MOMENTS INTO MEMORIES!
~Denise, When Skies Are Grey Photography by Denise
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