It's not about the location its about you!




Shoot Locations, so many people worry about where to have their photos taken, it's not so much the location but the vibe your going for, remember the focus is on you and not so much the back ground, most of the background will be blurred out. 


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Garden/Nature Location


When shooting in nature, never hesitate to choose earthy hues, like neutral shades such as creams, beiges, grays and other muted colors. A pop of complimentary color like red could also work well for drawing attention to oneself amid all the natural beauty.

Sandy beach, nantasket beach, Wollaston Beach


Beach


Shooting at the beach, it's important to know what color complements your background. Choose colors that are similar in hue or tone to the surroundings, such as green with shades of green; blue with shades of blues; white with shades of whites; sand with shades of browns and sandy hues; soft pink hues; pastels (such as light oranges) which go well against yellow-ish backgrounds. To really make waves - use flowing fabrics like silk or chiffon during sessions on these days.

Braintree studio


Studio/Glam


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Boston/braintree/quincy/southshore


City/Urban


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can be shot in location of your choice


Lifestyle


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a few more tips


Long sleeves, long pants, long shirts, and dresses usually photograph better. Accessories, like scarves, wraps, jackets, hats, hairbands etc. can result in a more flattering image. 



  • Manicure & Pedicure: Make sure it is fresh and matches well with your outfit, chipped nail polish is distracting. Neutral and french manicures will complement your images better than dark or bright polish. 
  • Makeup: Fresh naturally done makeup up will add to your images Don’t be afraid to invest in professional hair and makeup if budget allows! Eyebrows should be shaped and defined. This bit of pampering will help you feel relaxed and will ensure you look amazing.
  • If you have chosen to have professional makeup: Please arrive with a clean moisturized face. Feel free to bring an inspiration photo as well. 
  • Use chapstick on your lips the night before your session to avoid chapped or cracked lips your photos​


Girls; Choosing a neutral lipstick or gloss will also enhance your images. Heavy foundation doesn’t photograph very well, natural-looking makeup will enhance your photos. Trust me your photos will look flawless even without a lot of makeup. 


Boys; Polo shirts and collared button-down shirts, leave the tube socks and sneakers at home. 


If you have something specific in mind for your photoshoot or for your style of make up feel free to send me some inspiration images and I will make sure I can we can make your vision come to life!