giggles and smiles

Sometimes trying to capture siblings together having fun can be the most difficult part of a session. Apparently not for this one. 😀 These two cracked me up! I was giggling and smiling right along with them! Cayne Family, thank you for the fun afternoon!

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Anne Cayne - October 27, 2014 - 2:49 pm

Fantastic as always…..just made me smile. You are so talented!!!!

what to wear?

This is a question that is asked for just about every session I photograph. I tell my clients that you want to stay true to your style, but “spiff” it up a bit. 😉 Adding accessories that you might not wear everyday gives you that little extra “togetherness” for photographs. For families, it is also good to first pick a color scheme and then build from there. Add a print and then a texture and move from one family member to the next. And shoes, don’t forget the shoes! It always makes me think of a preschool picture of my sister. My mother had her dressed in an adorable dress, her hair was all curled, she  looked so cute. However, when my mother received the pictures back, there were her mismatched shoes laces in her tennis shoes! Mom never thought it would be a full length shot. Details count when it comes to pulling a look together.