What to wear? I don't know how to pose?

February 12, 2013  •  Leave a Comment

 

Important Information About Your Portrait Session! (this is mostly for high school seniors but the information pertains to almost anyone!)

Your photo session will be a fun and memorable experience! We want to help you look and feel your absolute best! So, we’ve put together some helpful tips that will help you come away with more than just a collection of beautiful photos. Together, we will create memories to last a lifetime!

Getting There

Arrive early if you can: on time, at the latest. Remember, your session will begin at the agreed time, and we want you to enjoy every minute of it!  If we are shooting on location, don’t hesitate to ask us for help with the best directions to our photo destination. GPS is great, but not perfect!  Please see our cancellation policy if you run into a problem keeping your appointment.

Sometimes the weather can be unpredictable. We want to keep your appointment, rain or shine. If we schedule and outdoor appointment that must be cancelled due to weather conditions, you will have the option to reschedule or work in the studio.

Your Personal Style

Variety is the key!  While we want you to bring outfits that reflect YOU inside and out, we will assist you in selecting clothing that will be the most flattering, co-ordinate best with the background setting, and create the look and feel you want!

Girls

Guys

What should you bring?

We all have our own hobbies and interests, and will be a great opportunity to remember something that is special in your life.  Uniforms or theatrical costumes; musical instruments; pieces of artwork, awards,  sports equipment, a kite,  a parasol, car or bike  parts or even your I pad are just a few ideas. Use your imagination. This really is all about you!

Glasses, braces or special needs:

Let’s talk about what will work best for you.

Who can come along?

Friends or parents are welcome, but we may put them to work.  Feel free to bring a friend. We love sharing the experience and you probably will, too. Friends can put us as ease and help us feel relaxed.  We like to have a parent present, too.  But if they can’ make it, or you prefer to come alone or with a friend, just make sure we hale your parent’s consent prior to the photo session.

We are really looking forward to answering all your questions, spending a couple of hours creating amazing photographs together, and providing you, your family and friends with lasting memories. You can reach us with any questions at 216-280-0502 or jackzucker@gmail.com


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