Tips to help you prepare for your photo session. 


Okay, here are some guidelines to prepare for your shoot. 

  • Get some good sleep the night before.


  • Eat a light meal before coming arriving.


  • Drink lots of water to reduce wrinkles and make your face look fuller.


  • Don’t eat bread the night before or the like. (bloats the tummy and other body parts such as face)


  • Arrive in sweatpants and shirt. Do not wear underwear of any type to prevent line imprints on your skin.  Especially if you would like to have some shots in lingerie, swimsuit or less. 


  • Bring all jewelry accessories and props you think we could possibly use within the allotted time.


  • Iron all fashions you plan to wear.


  • Bring your makeup for touch ups.


  • Send me ideas a few days before your shoot.  Poses and concepts you would like to shoot.  (Cut out magazine pictures, copy pictures from computer to show etc. )

  • Clothing, Fashion and Lingerie.  Bring rich colors to wear. Nothing that looks worn of faded. Unless it’s a look you want. Rich browns and reds etc. That compliments your skin tone. One white spring dress loose fitting for a beauty shot. Spring dresses.

  • Prepare for your shoot by pampering yourself. Go to the salon, get a hair cut and have your hair done, paint your fingers and toes, get a tan a couple days before your shoot. DO NOT GET A FAKE SPRAY TAN. STREAKS WILL SHOW UP ON THE PHOTOS AND  WILL LOOK LIKE STRETCH MARKS. 


  • It is recommended that you get your hair and make-up done by a professional (our cost $100.00)l. If you are doing your own hair and make-up remember everything looks less dramatic on camera. Plan to do your hair twice as big and make-up twice as dark. Also, false lashes are a will make your eyes really stand out.


  • Bring simple, but nice lingerie. You don’t have to spend a ton of money. A nice black bra and lacy panties will work. . Also, keep in mind less does not necessary mean sexy. Your shoot can be sultry or flirty. 


  • Always bring heels. They naturally arch your back during standing shots and is an extra accessory during laying shots.