Here are some answers to questions you may have.
A: We want you to be comfortable. Bring clothes that show the specialness and multi-aspects of you. As a guideline, bring clothes of three types – flow and loose, form fitting, and something that makes you feel confident. We want to create multiple looks. When in doubt, bring more. We’ll pick and choose on the fly. The photoshoot is a good excuse to go shopping. You deserve it anyway and here’s a chance to choose something that expresses who you’ve always knew the real you to be.
Choose neutral, pastel, or mid-tone colors. We want images to focus on your personality and allow the wardrobe to be a supporting element.
We invite you to take a look at our Pinterest page for more neutral color outfit ideas for your photo session with us: https://www.pinterest.com/hello3066/pastel_outfits/.
If you like, we have professional stylists available to create the latest and beset looks for you. They are a delight and create an amazing persona.
Likewise, we want your hair and makeup to look its best. We want both to be professionally prepared. It makes a huge difference. And the feeling is relaxing, fun and spectacular. We’ll discuss options and how to prepare for our stylists who specialize in this type of photoshoot.
A: The photoshoots generally last one to two hours. We may extend that based on our discussion about goals and opportunities of the photoshoot. Hair and makeup usually take about an hour and a half. We block enough time, so we’re not rushed. We’ll have plenty of time for wardrobe changes, breaks and makeup touchups.
We keep going until we meet your goals and expectations. Our rule of thumb is that if we’re having fun and have the energy, we keep going.
A: The Women Empowered Project is gaining strong social media momentum and attention. That’s our goal. We will have displays in the studio, in galleries, in our social media posts and print materials. We want to make sure we have your permission to be a part of the Project and the broad awareness it will achieve so we ask you to sign a release form – just so we can use your images.