What to wear on photo shoot?
Outfits chosen by the family, are a crucial part of every photo session. The clothes you choose to wear during your photo shoot will become an inseparable part of your portraits and memories you will keep from this day. Therefore, as you decided to book a profession photographer this is extremely important to pay particular attention to these little details, as they will massively impact your overall experience and the final outcomes, which are your family’s portraits.
Please note I provide outfits only for newborn babies, one year old for a cake smash session and I provide gowns for maternity sessions.
PERMITTED: loose, comfortable tops, tops made out of cotton or hemp in natural delicate colours (beige, grey, navy, pastel and for studio session if you hardly want, can be also white and black). Focus on earthy and neutral tones, evening dressess, special occasion clothes are very good as well.
AVOID: sweatshirts, joggers, trainers, overly patterned or stripy outfits, vibrant colours (strong red, neon yellow and orange white, black), transparent clothes, mismatched and eye catching underwear noticeable through the clothes. NOW PATTERNS, WORDS - PLAIN CLOTHES PLEASE!
Studio sessions are usually done with no footwear however if you’re not keen on being barefoot during your studio session, you are welcome to bring a change of clean shoes along.
For your Open Air session, we recommend to wear comfortable flats, sandals, ankle boots or branded shoes (non trainers). Avoid wearing hills or trainers to your outdoor session, please.
For a maternity session clear, black underwear works best! You can also bring clear, nude or white underwear as a second set to change during your session. But, please no spots, dots ect. Clear underwear looks the best!
For outdoor photo session:
The best are Earth' colours - brown, green, mustard, red (if it is Autumn photo session). Materials like cotton, jeans or linen clothes. For Autumn session knitted clothes looks perfect.
AVOID: white and black clothes, joggers, trainers, overly patterned or stripy outfits, vibrant colours (strong red, neon yellow and orange), transparent clothes, mismatched and eye catching underwear noticeable through the clothes.
For studio photo sessions: