Location, Location, Location!

One of the key pieces to a photo session is the location.  It’s usually my second question, with the first being the date. To be honest, I love it when my clients already have a place picked out and ready to go, and when they’re honest with me and tell me they aren’t a fan of the place I picked out. When you have picked out a place that is special to you, it gives your photo an extra sentimental touch, and so much more meaning! Not to mention, I adore seeing new places and trying new things!

Rockland Breakwater

If you don’t have a location in mind, here are a couple of questions you should ask yourself:

-What kind of photos do you want? Romantic, fun, urban, innocent, moody, sexy? There’s many different feelings you can get from a photo, so narrowing down what you want to get out of it can help nail down the perfect location! Personalizing the location instantly adds chemistry to your photos — there’s already a story in place!

– Do you want your photos indoors or outdoors?

 

Some ideas for locations:

– a park

– sporting fields

– train station

– downtown

– beach

– fields

– barns

Mt. Battie in Camden

The sky is the limit when it comes to a location, and with your input, it helps create a magical session, with incredible, everlasting photos.

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