01. Your portraits will shine
All it takes to create smiles in your photos is my canny knack of igniting laughter, happiness and confidence in your portraits. Take a good look at my review page, the laughter and smiles are genuine.
02. Look like *you*
It’s not an exaggeration to say that the number one fear is, “I don’t want to look like a mannequin.” It’s my job to create a portrait that’s a true reflection of who you really are (in fact, I’ve turned it into an art form). My signature style? Pictures that are authentic, flattering and give a true sense of your life and loves.
If I can’t make you look your best, I’m in the wrong profession!
03. I get it – you’re little nervous
Sometimes you’re at your most relaxed when you’re in the company of someone you trust, and I work hard to be that person. As a photographer, mentor and coach I’ve worked with folks from all walks of life. It doesn’t matter how confident they are in life, there’s the age-old fear of having your photograph taken. For the past ten years, I’ve helped hordes of people create relaxed portraits using laughter and joy.
Just take a look at my portfolio; you’ll see the smiles defined for all to see.
04. Expert guidance so all women look good
All of the women on my Isle of Wight review page are real people – not models. My first task is to show you how to stand, don’t worry you’ll never feel self-conscious! My clever ways with elegant poses and sophisticated use of light will emphasize your best features; believe you are beautiful and I will show you how.
05. I’m quick
I’m mindful of creating sessions for busy people, who might feel stretched for time. I use my humour, sensitivity and kindness to create relaxed, easy going sessions. See what I was able to achieve in just ten minute Ryde portrait session before the rain.
Now’s the time to live that dream, if you want to have beautiful portraits – let your superhero out and stop hiding.
I want to the person that shows you:
- You can take good pictures
- It doesn’t have to feel awkward
- That smiles aren’t forced, but felt and shared
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