Для современного человека важно быстро меняться и получать от жизни все необходимое. Но как быть, если на это не хватает денежных средств. Конечно можно одолжить деньги у родственников и знакомых, а можно получить моментальный займ на карту в любом удобном месте используя компьютер, смартфон и интернет.
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As a mother to three young kids, I know full well the amount of effort that goes into getting your family ready for pictures. Many clients ask me to help choose coordinating outfits, so I’m happy to give you some ideas, but I also want to share some tips on other decisions that can affect your pictures.
1) Scratches and Bruises. There must be something magical in the air on picture day that causes little ones to acquire fresh wounds to show off for my camera. It happens. I work my own magic on them. As a general rule, I will edit out temporary imperfections like scrapes, bruises, pimples, etc. There are times when I will soften certain permanent features (like a mole or scar) just to draw attention away from it, but if there is something that you want removed beyond the obvious skin flaws, please let me know before I begin editing your images. I know the magic of a Band Aid and realize that you might not have much choice in the matter, but cuts are much easier to edit out than bandages. As a side note, remember to remove any temporary tattoos that you do not want in your pictures.
2) Hair. If you are having an outdoor session, bring a couple choices of hair ties or barrettes. Even when it is not windy outside, we do a lot of running around and I don’t want to miss that perfect shot because your little cutie’s hair covers his or her face. Some clients choose to bring a brush as well.
3) Nails. Chipped nail polish is a real bear to edit out. While I will occasionally put the effort in for images I choose to use to promote my business, it would take far too long for me do what a little acetone can do in a matter of minutes. Please doublecheck that nail polish has been touched up or removed prior to your session.
4) Accessories. Baseball caps are a pretty big no no mostly because they tend to cast dark shadows on your face and they can create a disconnect with your loved ones. Logos and pictures can also be quite distracting. I recommend removing large watches, especially for pictures taken with an infant. We want to avoid items that might draw attention away from the eyes or expressions that we are trying to capture.
5) Just Say NO to Glitter. Seriously, just don’t go there. The light might catch those pretty sparkles just right and get you one or two pictures with a cool effect, but the rest of them will look like someone decided to season your child for dinner. Clothing and accessories with glitter can also be problematic, so it’s better to just avoid those items.
6) Ickies aren’t just for Sickies: It’s a rare bird that likes to have his face mopped down with wet wipes or Mommy slobber, so take a good, close look for sleepy sand, milk mustaches, snotty noses, etc. before we get started. I do my best to get you beautiful, tack sharp portraits, but that clarity will also reveal the crust around your child’s eyes, nose, and mouth.
7) Bribes. While we’re on the topic of ickies, choose your candy bribes carefully. Avoid chocolate or brightly colored treats that can show up in pictures or drip down her face and onto her clothes. I try to avoid gum, lollipops, or other treats that take a long time to finish. They can show up in pictures and often lead to unfortunate expressions. I try to always keep some Tic Tacs or Smarties in my camera bag as those tend to go a long way without making a mess.
8) Clothes. Generally speaking, avoid clothes with writing or pictures and avoid having more than one or two people wearing patterned clothing as that can be too busy and distracting. I like to pick a favorite patterned outfit for myself or one of my kids and then find more simplistic options for the rest of the family based on the colors in the patterned clothing. Also avoid dressing in reds and other bright colors as they can effect your skin tone. Be aware of outfits that may reveal bra straps or under shirts that you would rather not have in your pictures. While I’m not personally a big fan of matching outfits for the whole family (I’m all about color coordination), these are YOUR pictures that will be on YOUR walls, so don’t feel restricted by my preferences and suggestions. I love to run a quick Pinterest search for family photo outfits to get ideas for color schemes.
9) Parents should always come dressed for pictures. I know that sometimes you just want pictures of the kids and I know you don’t want to bother gussying yourself up, but come prepared to be in pictures. I will always try to get you the pictures you are hoping for, but kids can be very unpredictable and there is a good chance that your little boss will insist on doing things his way. I’ve had sessions that might have needed rescheduling if I didn’t come up with some creative way to use the parents in at least some of the pictures.
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