You might be wondering…. What should I wear for my studio portrait session?
THIS is something that I love to help my clients with.
The first thing to consider is if your portrait is going to be casual or formal.
Are you considering a studio portrait or an outdoor portrait? Simple solid colors are most often the best choices for your studio portrait session. Portraits can range from casual to formal, modern to traditional. Light and airy…. dark and stormy.
Once you decide, we can start planning your outfit. As professional photographers we can create a wide range of styles of portraits. It is important to communicate to your photographer how you envision yourself or your family being photographed. In the planning session we like to determine what you might want to wear. SO, What’s in YOUR closet? We are happy to help with that.
We like to discuss the “look and feel” of the portrait, where its going to hang in your home or office or perhaps if you will be making an album.
For example, I’ve selected the outfit above from MY closet. I found this particular outfit with the help of my beautiful stepdaughter at Scout and Molly’s
I often prefer solid colors because they don’t pull away or compete with the face. For my portrait, I’m choosing black and a more contemporary outfit. I know the background of the portrait will be medium tones resulting in a more contemporary feel.
Let me help you discover the best way to dress for your portrait.
Fashion has always been something that has intrigued me, especially when it comes to portraits, and especially portraits that are fashion inspired. I often comb through Vanity Fair or Vogue publications for inspiration and unique portrait ideas. The photo below was created using a custom portrait background we painted here at our studio. I love the movement in the gown. This effect was created using special lighting and an industrial fan and is inspired by Annie Leibovitz and her Vanity Fair portraits. Tell us about what inspires you and together let’s create a beautiful portrait of you.
Call the Studio at 978-594-1728 to find out more about it.
Food was fabulous and catered by The Catered Affair with Toby keeping her watchful eye on everything to making sure it came out on time and perfect. Kelly Delaney from Cakes for Occasions made this unique cake. Ben chose a sports theme. Check out the cool uniforms on the cake.
We learned how many special people Ben has in his life.
Ben was clever and creative with his poetry and inviting everyone up.
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During the course of the workshop, Louise takes you to some of her favorite shooting locations in the near by parts for a hands on posing and lighting demo. As a great addition to the workshop, a local church is used for a learning session on the how to of gracefully chasing a bride and groom down the isle. Louise will help you gain knowledge of the technical aspects of wedding photography like using an on and off camera flash, natural light and when to use fill flash and reflectors (allowing space for you creative visions), as well as walking you through “booking a client” business forms, and work flow organization.
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