Getting ready for a photography session can be both exciting and nerve-wracking. As a photographer, I know that good preparation can make all the difference in the final result. Here are a few tips to help you get ready for your next photo session.

Choose your outfit carefully.

When deciding what to wear choose something that makes you feel comfortable and confident. Consider the style of the shoot and the location, and make sure your outfit matches the mood and feel you want to convey. Avoid busy patterns or logos that may take away from the focus of the photos. If you're not sure what to wear, bring a few different options to the shoot and we can decide together which one will work best. Look at my previous blog how to coordinate outfits.

Style your hair and makeup appropriately.

Choose a hairstyle that you know you like and that complements your outfit. If you're getting a new haircut or color, make sure you do it at least a week before the shoot to give it time to settle. For makeup, go for a natural and classic look that enhances your features. 

Bring any props or accessories you want to include.

Props and accessories can add interest and personality to your photos. Consider bringing along a hat, scarf, sunglasses, or jewelry that will complement your outfit and the overall mood of the shoot. If you have a pet or a special item that you want to include in the photos, let me know ahead of time so we can plan for it.

Take care of any last-minute details.

Make sure you're well-rested and hydrated in the days leading up to the shoot and avoid too much sun exposure day before. Bring along any touch-up items you might need, such as blotting papers or lip gloss, hair brush.

By following these tips, I hope you'll be well-prepared and relaxed for our next session. Remember to have fun, and enjoy the experience!