Not convinced that custom photographer is for you?
Here’s the solution if you’re looking for natural portraits
Does the final image below strike a cord with you? It certainly made me smile. Photography sessions aren’t any thing like this, but there’s a little bit of truth in the picture we hold in our head. When considering which photographer to work with, you don’t want to someone skipping next to you, with a large camera in your face. If you’re considering booking a photo session, you might find the below session tips helpful.
Commit yourself to capturing beautiful moments
When choosing a portrait photographer in London, look first at the emotions and relationships in a photographer’s portfolio. If you like their style, you’re guaranteed to have confidence in their approach and will find it easy to commit yourself to capturing beautiful moments.
First: The consultation
Look for a photographer that is happy to meet up in a local coffee shop to discuss your expectations for your photographs This is the time to ask questions about what to wear, when you are available and what locations will be convenient. Don’t be afraid to share your reservations or concerns you feel are important to your experience. Clear communication ensures the best service possible.
Second: The session
Portrait photo sessions are a great experience. The photographer will make you comfortable, relaxed and open to having fun. Bring along a friend or family member – anyone else who can makes you laugh. Arrive slightly early so you don’t feel rushed and carry a couple of outfits in a small sports bag. The portrait experience will fly past and you’ll be surprised at how much fun you can have.
Third: The ordering session
As you’ve chosen a photographer whose style you like. You can expect clean, crisp photographs carefully prepared and selected for your ordering session. Ask to meet with your photographer again to view final photos in a beautiful slideshow. The first viewing can be overwhelming, so take time to discuss your portrait options and ask friends to help you decide on whether you’d like to purchase prints, canvases, other specialty items, or any combination of these.
Last: Your order
Look forward to beautiful photos arriving via Dropbox.
If you have any questions about this process, please feel free to contact me. I dedicated myself to providing excellent customer service.
Amanda Herbert is the premier headshot photographer in Ryde and the Isle of Wight. Known for the genuine expressions she captures in her portraits of camera-shy women and small business owners looking for expressive portraits. Contact her Seaview home studio to book a session.
- Learn about my supportive approach to headshots
- See more of my work as a portrait photographer in Isle of Wight
- Check what I enjoy producing in my home studio, Ryde
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