Kamera Art
PREPARING FOR YOUR PORTRAITS A beautiful portrait does not just happen.  There are many details that will make a difference in the quality of your photographs.  Your help with these fine points can transform an ordinary picture into a work of art you will treasure for years to come. Things to remember- 

Clothing styles - Simple, solid outfits photograph best. Traditional styles stand the test of time.

Clothing colors- Similarly toned colors work best. This monochromatic look assures that no one person will stand out from the others in the group. The more muted the tones, the easier it will be to see facial expressions.

* NOTE: Please avoid strong contrasts in your outfits.  (example, white sweaters with navy slacks)

Makeup- Apply it as you would if you were going out for the evening. Pay special attention to your eyes, as they will be the most important part of your portrait.  Cover-up helps soften blemishes and lines, and is recommended for everyone in the group when necessary.

Glasses- If you wear glasses most of the time, you'll want them in your portraits, but they often create glare.  We try to minimize this as much as possible.  If you have the opportunity, eyeglass frames without the lenses are the best.

If you have further questions, please discuss with Don prior to your photography session