Not for every fotoshoot, it's depending of the the type of photography but I try to limit it, I just really love to keep images as original as possible, apart from that there is a big difference between a photographer and a photoshopper … I am a photographer and social media specialist!
I am for sure the kind of person who loves varieties, I have a wide portfolio due to the fact that my clients come from different angles: fashion, catering, restaurants, chefs, product, modelling, family and newborns. Just take a look at my portfolio and check my About page.
Mostly product shots and interior photography … it's actually depending of the assignment, but when it comes down to glamour model shoots, family portrait, newborns, food photography ... then my partner and assistant Nina takes care of every aspect, from planning to welcome you and taking care of you on the set! Even if you are feeling a bit scared, excited or completely stressed out she is a pro when it comes down to make sure you feel at ease and comfortable. As for Food photography Nina is a stylist and chef, she has her own blog by the way www.bitesandwalks.com , anyway she has lots of Tips and tricks!
Yes sure but that one picture will be chosen out of a set, so that means that you will be booking a shoot, I don’t take just one picture.
I have several of locations for a glamour modeling shoot, it’s best to find out what kind of style you like or need, so several locations and budget. When it comes down to newborns I always like to make sure we are in a relaxed environment, best is to have a shoot at your home, where you have everything around you to make sure you and your baby have all the comfort. Familyportraits can take place at your home, outside taking a walk in the park or anywhere you like … these things can be discussed. Productshots I have my own private studio.
It’s possible yes but we need to take a closer look to what you exactly need and like to do. If you are a restaurant holder then obviously you have a kitchen so It might be possible to come over to your working environment. Just contact me and we’ll go over the details to find out which options you have.
Yes ofcourse, but I hope you will be kind enough to allow me to use the images for my own professional portfolio, but you can rest assure, your images will not be used for any other purpose.
You are completely in control of a few things to have a fabulous shoot, let me give you already a few tips: 1.Have a good sleep not just the day before but really make sure you feel good. 2.It’s always nice to be tanned but best is to keep it as natural as possible, I am not a fan of solarium, if you do go then please don't go at least 3 days before the shooting day as it damages and marks your skin tone, trust me you will really like to avoid red spots on your face and body. 3.Manicure and pedicure! Don’t forget this! I prefer as natural as possible but hey it’s your shoot so if you are the kind of person who loves lots of colors then that is your decision. 4.I know most of you love their long hair but lets be honest, if it doesn’t shine then you will need to cut it even if it are just a few inches…. I promise you the end result is so much better! I have so much more to tell you but lets keep that for later.
No, You will need to bring along your own outfits, this includes shoes, lingerie/bikini and other wardrobes, we can help you out choosing the right ones and give you tips what to wear or for sure what not to wear. This can all be discussed before the shooting day.
Mostly we take about 3 to 4 different outfits, but you can never predict a shooting day, perhaps it all runs very smoothly and there is time to do another outfit. Or perhaps one outfit doesn’t work that well, then we’ll just change it… don’t worry to much about that just make sure you bring enough so there is plenty to choose and combine.