January 4, 2020
From a photographers point of view, it is important to keep your patterns simple to not distract from your face. If done the right way, patterns and designs can be a fun accent to show off your style. Your personal style should be represented in your images.
The day has finally come where you get to meet up with your photographer and have your dream senior photo shoot. When planning a session, a basis of comfortability and flattery has to be taken into consideration for your own benefit.
It is best to start planning or buying your outfits in advance to get the feedback you need on what looks best on you. Although what you feel comfortable in should be the top priority, getting opinions from your friends or parents about what is the most flattering is a key component to making your session perfect.
You should find a color scheme that works well for you and for the location. An example would be, if you are having a session in Deep Ellum, you should strive for a lighter color palette to highlight your photos. Your location choice should not only complement your personal wardrobe but your personality too.
When working with your photographer it is likely you may be a bit nervous. One thing that will always calm your nerves is to put trust in your photographer to frame you and the scene perfectly. Sometimes it is hard to know if someone will get your good side, but the team at Gina Clary Photography will make sure you get your poses to look best.
Posing in front of the camera is hard, especially when what you’re wearing doesn’t make you feel confident. To avoid your senior session butterflies, have faith that the person behind the camera knows what is going to look best in the end.
When posting all over your social media and sending out announcements, you want your photos to represent you. Be sure to share your photos and feel confident in your photos as they represent you and your personality.