We have done a lot of professional photography in the Perth area, and many of these have been for couples. We offer a wide range of photography for couples, from traditional family portrait photography which is popular in Perth, to the more contemporary photos we have in our Body Shots section on the website.
Here are a few tips on how to find the right photographer and get the most out of your photo session.
Check out photographers until you find one who can give you the “look” you desire. Check out photos on their website, and ask for more samples if you are interested. After you have decided to contact the photographer, be prepared to tell them what you are looking for, and make sure that they can provide that for you.
Show up prepared and looking good
When you arrive for your photo shoot, make sure that the clothing you are wearing projects the image you want from your photos. You can also bring two or three different outfits, from casual to middle to steamy, and decide which you like the most once the shoot has begun.
Coordinating colours work much better than clashing colours and patterns. You may want to bring a few eye catching accessories, especially for close-ups. One thing we must caution you against is trying a new hairstyle specifically for a photo shoot. While this can turn out great, it can also backfire horrendously.
Trust your photographer
For the best results, always trust your photographer. They have years of training and experience, and can see things that you can’t. Our photographers all have the proverbial “eye of an artist,” and are brilliant at turning your session into much more than you can imagine. Keep an open mind to whatever they tell you; something that sounds odd at first may look stunning on camera.
Photo shoots always go a little bit better if couples bring their favourite props. This can be a favourite flower, a pet, mementos from shared interests, or souvenirs from vacations.
You’re a great couple; show the world! Call Geoff Fisher at 0414 644071; you will love it when people ask, “Are you a professional model?”