MORE HINTS ABOUT WHAT TO WEAR
If you wear glasses bring the frames only with out the lenses. If your glasses have an anti-reflective coating, we can work with them, but the glasses may reflect light. Lesther and denim jackets are not recommended — the 80′s ended almost 20 years ago! Wear something that makes you feel
Mid-tone colors are the best choice. Avoid plain white as it tends to draw attention away from your eyes. Try to wear color close to your skin tone this help to accentuate you natural features
Do you have a long or short a neck? If you have a short neck, a V-neck will lengthen your neckline. Turtlenecks completely hide the neck and tend to be unflattering. Round necklines shorten the neck. A collared shirt with a V-neck, jacket or a few buttons undone is a good idea.
ARMS AND SLEEVES
Do you have thin arms or strong arms? Some of your shots may be 3/4 body shots. With slim arms you can wear anything. If you have strong arms, tops with sleeves long enough to cover your shoulders down to your elbows (or at least most of your triceps and biceps) are recommended.
PATTERNS AND LOGOS
Avoid bold colors and busy striped patterns or any kind of strong patterning. This will present distraction from your face and figure.
Avoid distracting accessories such as large shiny jewelry. If you have pierced ears, nose or lips, use studs or nothing at all. No matter how much you think you love your accessories, we don’t want anything that will take the focus from your face.
Photographer owns his own work, the shot is used for self-promotion only (LinkedIn, Facebook, on-line directories, blogs, personal/corporate websites, speaking engagements), you are free to use the image as is need. Image can not be sell for advertising (i.e. photo for a book or book jacket or a printed corporate brochure), as fee and photo credit will need to be negotiated.