What to wear -
What should you wear?
Wear what makes you feel good and feel most like yourself.
Here are just a few things to avoid busy patterns, clothes
with writing on them (especailly big logos across the chest),
bright white (creamy white is okay), and a strong red. But
sometimes it's fun to break the rules and wear a really wild
shirt or your favorite white sweater which is okay. We'll
choose different backgrounds and locations for those outfits.
Bring lots of clothes to choose from - that way we have a lot
to work with for mixing and matching. We probably won't
be able to use everything.
Get creative! Bring hats, cool shoes, boots, jackets,
jewlery, scarves - you name it. Got an awesome prom
dress? Bring that too. If you're unsure about something
bring it anyway.
Please! make sure your clothes are ironed. Wrinkles
are hard to retouch (sometimes impossible) and is not
included. Also, make sure your clothes fit. If your
clothes do not fit correctly then they will photogrpah
Guys, make sure your suit or sports coat, as well as
the collar on your dress shirts fit you properly. Clothes
that are borrowed from a family member or friend will
If you wear glasses please have your lenses removed or get
a pair of solid frames without lenses. Your optometrist
can remove your lenses or loan you a pair of blank frames
like the ones you have. while our lighting methods will
make you look your best, they will cause your lenses to
reflect light resulting in a glare on your glasses.
Sunburn and tan lines are very difficult to retouch.
So stay out of the sun well in advance of your session
(a week or two), or you may have to reschedule your
If you would like black and white portraits, please
bring darker clothes, as they look best for black and
Guys, should be sure to shave before your session
unless that is the look you are going for, as stubble
can not be retouch.