What to Wear and How to Prepare for your session
Well I think we may finally be seeing spring, 2013 has definitely had a really long winter here in the UK, but the daffodils are finally out so that is a good sign. Here at the Sarah Offley photography studio, I have been very busy with family sessions and with this in mind Every Friday, I’ll be posting ideas on what to wear and how to prepare for your session for family photography, baby and toddler sessions, if you think I have missed anything out, please let me know!
Remember, colour is a good thing! When most people look at my photographs, the first thing they comment on is how colourful they are, the more colour your wear the more fun and vibrant your images tend to be. Don’t forget, look at your home, where you want the images displayed and look at the colours you would like to fit in with your room, this will firstly help you decide your colour scheme (greens, reds, yellows, blue etc).
Try to think of everyone’s outfits combined as one big outfit. If you put all the pieces of clothing that all the members of your family will be wearing during our photo session in a big pile on your bed, you want the pile to be colourful and have some variety but still look fairly pleasing all together. Don’t worry about your shoes, I tend to take informal images so you will be asked to sit on the floor, this style works best with no shoes. However if you would like a more formal style, I would suggest bringing your clean shoes in a bag to get changed into when you are at the studio.
Finally there is nothing wrong with the white tops and jeans if you are looking for black & white images only, for this though I would advise you wear outfits with texture in them as this does add interest to the image.
KEY POINTS TO REMEMBER:
[highlight1]NAILS[/highlight1] – Ladies, please remember to paint your finger and toe nails (especially if choosing go go barefoot).
[highlight1]JEWELLERY[/highlight1] – Remember that co-coordinating jewellery, scarves and hair accessories can look fantastic and can add a lot of style to your images.