candyfox studio

FAMILY
PORTRAIT SHOOT

Talking:

The first question I will ask you is-what are your expectations from family photosession? What would be the ideal result of the
photo shoot? Location, studio or both? Photojournalistic family portrait photoshoot style?
casual family photo session Casual?
formal family photo session Formal?
funny family photo session Funny?
family photographer

Is it a big canvas print to hang above your fireplace, a photo album for your coffee table, birth announcements or Christmas cards? When I understand what it is that I need to create in the end, I will give you recommendations on the clothing, location, timing, and accessories. You can surf the web and share a collection of family photos and ideas that you like with me-it will help me to nail it for you! We will stay in touch up to the shooting day.

family photo
Doing:

When you arrive, or we meet at our location, relax. Let yourself go. Have a good family time. Smile, cooperate, share your ideas, and let me know how it's going. Do what you want.
I money-back guarantee an excellent result.

What should I wear?

Coordinate the colors and the style. Try to all wear different things, but fit together nonetheless. To make it simple, pick a couple of colors and choose clothes that will fit in. Then add softer tones to accent and complete your color scheme. Possibly, have one of the family members wear the pattern of all the colors.

Focus on accomplishing a cohesive look without every family member wearing the same outfit.
Look at your home decor. What would you like to see on your walls - bright, pastel or black and white?
It is a good idea for mom to choose her outfit first and use it as a starting point.
Say no to big logos and complex patterns.

Don't forget about clothing accessories, and maybe, personal accessories. For example, mine would be my photo camera, and Boris’s would be a MacBook

family photography using the black backdrop family photography using the gray backdrop
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