"BOLD & CONTRASTING"
"BOLD & CONTRASTING"

Combine bold statement colours for a striking effect! Wonderful on a grey background to make a statement piece in any room of your home. • DO: Go for timeless, rich colours • DO: Mix n' match your colours! • DON'T: Use patterned clothing, the effect will backfire and look "too much" • DON'T: Go too pastel! Think BOLD, RICH & LUXURIOUS!!

"MONO"
"MONO"

Combine solid, monochrome colours to compliment and contrast with one another. This creates a striking and timeless look that is very flattering to the skin and works perfectly with Black & White images too. • DO: Layer up those greys, blacks and whites! • DO: Alternate with each other with lights and darks (ie Dad in a light shirt, Mum in a dark dress) to stand apart from one another. • DON'T: Wear clothing with logos.

"PATTERNED CLOTHING"
"PATTERNED CLOTHING"

When used properly, patterns can make a gorgeous statement in your photograph. Use patterns sparingly, they work best in small doses! Pair patterned clothing with plain colours and limit to one single pattern per shoot please. • DO: Just have one of you in pattern so it doesn't overwhelm the shoot • DON'T: All wear patterns, especially those that don't "connect" well with eachother. Your portraits need to tell a story, so please make sure your clothing doesn't take away from your story ;-)

"BOLD & CONTRASTING"
"BOLD & CONTRASTING"

Combine bold statement colours for a striking effect! Wonderful on a grey background to make a statement piece in any room of your home. • DO: Go for timeless, rich colours • DO: Mix n' match your colours! • DON'T: Use patterned clothing, the effect will backfire and look "too much" • DON'T: Go too pastel! Think BOLD, RICH & LUXURIOUS!!

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"BOLD & CONTRASTING"
"BOLD & CONTRASTING"

Combine bold statement colours for a striking effect! Wonderful on a grey background to make a statement piece in any room of your home. • DO: Go for timeless, rich colours • DO: Mix n' match your colours! • DON'T: Use patterned clothing, the effect will backfire and look "too much" • DON'T: Go too pastel! Think BOLD, RICH & LUXURIOUS!!

"MONO"
"MONO"

Combine solid, monochrome colours to compliment and contrast with one another. This creates a striking and timeless look that is very flattering to the skin and works perfectly with Black & White images too. • DO: Layer up those greys, blacks and whites! • DO: Alternate with each other with lights and darks (ie Dad in a light shirt, Mum in a dark dress) to stand apart from one another. • DON'T: Wear clothing with logos.

"BRIGHTS + NEUTRALS"
"BRIGHTS + NEUTRALS"

Vary your outfits with bright blocks of colour mixed in with plains for a striking and eye catching effect that works beautifully. Playful and fun, this is a great way to dress for your session! • DO: Alternate your colours between your family (ie, Dad in Blue, Mum in Yellow) to seperate and define yourselves • DON'T: Wear logos on your clothing - keep it classy ;-)

"BRIGHT & BREEZY"
"BRIGHT & BREEZY"

Soft pastel colours compliment each other and give a breezy feel. Alternate your colours to make sure they don't clash and go easy on the patterns. • DO: Stick to just two or three colours that go well together. • DO: Accessorise with some light patterns • DON'T: Mix bold colours with your pastels • DON'T: Wear heavy make up - keep it breezy

"EARTH TONES"
"EARTH TONES"

Earthy, seasonal tones always look beautiful in photographs and can create a happy, comfortable vibe when displayed in your home. • DO: Choose 3-4 earth tones and mix n' match between yourselved • DO: Layer up with different textures • DON'T: Use unnatural colours (flourescent yellow may not work, but mustard will look beautiful!)

"PATTERNED CLOTHING"
"PATTERNED CLOTHING"

When used properly, patterns can make a gorgeous statement in your photograph. Use patterns sparingly, they work best in small doses! Pair patterned clothing with plain colours and limit to one single pattern per shoot please. • DO: Just have one of you in pattern so it doesn't overwhelm the shoot • DON'T: All wear patterns, especially those that don't "connect" well with eachother. Your portraits need to tell a story, so please make sure your clothing doesn't take away from your story ;-)