What to expect from a Portrait Session
Photo session can be intimidating and nerve wracking.The best way to overcome this is by being prepared and this guide will help answer some questions to make your photo shoot a terrific experience.
- Be sure you have worked out all the necessary details about your shoot. You should know where you're supposed to go, the easiest & fastest way to get there, and what you need to do to prepare for your shoot.
- You should have a good idea of what items you are going to bring to your shoot.
- Come to the shoot with your hair ready for the first look. I do not recommend getting it cut or colored just before your shoot in case it doesn't turn out right!
- Bring your make-up supplies for touch-ups. By taking care of your contouring and base items before the shoot it helps speed matters along.
- Try on all your clothes ahead of time. Make sure they fit well, are cleaned, pressed and have no missing buttons. Bring colors that look good on you. Solid colors are best. Avoid lavish designs, floral patterns, stripes and t-shirts with words.
- Get ideas, poses that you like from my website, from Pinterest or any other site. I can always attempt to bring them as close to what you have in mind.
- Please note that appointments are made to fit within allotted time slots. In order to maximize your time, arriving and being ready on time is important. Unless otherwise arranged, clients are encouraged to arrive up to 10 minutes early. The same applies if I go to your home, be sure to be ready for my arrival 10 minutes prior to appointment time scheduled, since I always try to arrive early.
- Please note that showing up late does not mean your appointment will get pushed beyond its allotted time slot and clients are billed from when their shoot was scheduled to begin, not from their time of arrival.
- In the event that something unexpected happens and you are going to be late, please call me or text to (512)-767-8886 to provide an update and estimated arrival time.