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ATTENTION 2011 SENIORS
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$8,000.00 Cash giveaway? Or Win a New 22" TV-Monitor?
Here are some tips on how to
prepare for you portraits.
Rest! Relax and be yourself. Arrive rested and feeling
your best. Also, wake up well before your appointment, so you don't
look like you just got up. Please be 10 minutes early for your
Clothing: Wear clothing that you feel is flattering in both
fit and color. Wear clothes that you normally wear, solid colors, and
long sleeves photograph best. But feel free to bring extra's and we'll
help you pick what will photograph best. Dress according to your
tastes. If you're casual, then be casual in your photograph. Of
course, we'll be doing some formal portraits as well, so be sure to bring
something "dressier." Middle tones of deeper, solid colors
generally photograph best with formal backgrounds. High necklines make
the neck seem shorter and face seem fuller. Short sleeves make the
arms appear larger. Guys, be sure to bring one pair of dark
socks. Casual outfits in earth tones work best for outdoor
portraits. White or pastel colors are perfect for High-Key, White and
lighter backgrounds. Hot Colors look great with our Color-Key
backgrounds. Be sure to take extra care with your outfits so they
don't wrinkle before you arrive.
Hair: Wear your hair the way you do naturally. If you
are trying a new style, or getting a hair cut, do it at least two weeks
before your appointment.
Glasses: If you wear glasses, be photographed in them, but
arrange with your eye-doctor or optometrist to borrow lens-less frames like
yours, or have him remove your lenses temporarily.
Make-up: Keep it natural and fresh. You may want an
extra touch of blush for cheek color and mascara on eyelashes.
Fresh Shave: A fresh shave is a must. If you have a
beard or mustache, make sure it's neatly trimmed.
Props: We want to make your portraits reflect the real
you. You are welcome to bring along anything that will reflect your
interests, that can be used as a prop. If you are planning on a sports
shot, be sure to include all your uniform tops, and shoes for each
sport. Extra things to hang up could include awards, baseball/softball
glove, hats, sweat shirts or t-shirts, letter jackets, band instruments, and
uniforms. We have a football, volleyball, basketball, baseball, bat
and hurdle. Sunglasses are always a fun shot. Bring anything
else you'll want...the more the better! Cars, pick-ups and motorcycles
are great too.
Digital: If you are going to have
digitals done, be sure and bring with you anything of your own to make
it personal. We are only limited to your
imagination. Questions? Call us!
Free Gifts to the 1st
Call for details!
1/2 Price Sessions for
Seniors During June.
Call 243-6242 for details.
is now offering Outdoor School Pictures! Don't miss out.
All ages, K-11 can enjoy beautiful outdoor backgrounds or more
traditional indoor settings for their school
General Fashion Tips
- Avoid busy patterns and bright colors.
- Light colors are best with light backgrounds and fair complexions.
- Darker colors look better with deep backgrounds and dark hair or
- White, ivory, khaki or pastels are best with a white background.
- Avoid wearing yellow or green as they can adversely affect skin color.
- Shoes and socks should be in key.
- Teens and adults should wear long sleeves to cover elbows.
- Skirts should cover the knees.
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