0 Items

No products in the cart.

Family Portraits

Family portraits are the bread and butter to many portrait photographers' annual business. Some families only opt for professional pictures once every few years, while others love documenting the seasons and other special events multiples times a year. As a photographer, it is your job is to show them that capturing valuable memories in a beautiful and lasting form is priceless!
Make Your Engagement Photos Stand Out

Make Your Engagement Photos Stand Out

Today, engagement photos are typically informal shots taken in natural settings, often outside. However, as predictable as studio shots were years ago, today’s informal shots are becoming equally expected. For something different, why not try combining some of both approaches?

Tips For Photographing Large Groups

Tips For Photographing Large Groups

No matter what type of photography you specialize in, sooner or later you’ll be asked to photograph a large group of people. Before you snap away however, it’s best to remember some guidelines that apply to this particular style of photography. 

Should You Offer Holiday Mini Portrait Sessions?

Should You Offer Holiday Mini Portrait Sessions?

If you specialize in portraiture, many of your regular (or hopefully new clients) are pressed for time entertaining and shopping. Offering mini portrait sessions are a fantastic way to keep them engaged with your studio and generate additional holiday income.

Creating a Client Portrait Checklist

Creating a Client Portrait Checklist

Getting your self organized before a portrait shoot is essential. Start by putting together a checklist for you and your clients. The clearer the communication is up front, the more satisfied your clients will be. 

How to Set Up & Prepare for a Family Portrait

How to Set Up & Prepare for a Family Portrait

Regardless of what type of photography we ply as professionals, we can all relate to the agonies and ecstasies of the family portrait session. Given the chaos that naturally comes with a family with kids you’ll need to have a game plan before the shooting starts. As with anything we shoot, preparation is the key to pulling off a successful family portrait.

Pin It on Pinterest