Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Sneak Peek - Wedding Bouquets + Rings with Lauren Priori Jewelry + Julia D'Agostino Designs @ Philadelphia

HEY GURL HEY. How is Thanksgiving in two days? I swore that I would get started with holiday shopping, and I did. Sort of. But then this election happened, this shoot happened (see below), then a million more shoots happened while I was trying to redesign Antrim + Spruce's website, and sell off gear that we need to upgrade. And then I got obsessed with Insecure and Westworld on HBO. Oops. 

But I digress.

The whole point of this post is to show a sneak peek of a mini-shoot with Julie D'Agostino Designs and Lauren Priori Jewelry from a couple of weeks ago. Despite the rain and the gloomy weather, Julie and Lauren's talents made the day SHINE. Go check them out on Instagram too -- here's Lauren and here's Julie.

Be sure to  ask Santa if he can get you some of these pretty things that Lauren and Julie design… #justsayin


Saturday, November 19, 2016

Sneak Peek - Lifestyle Blogger Photography @ South Philadelphia

Sharing a sneak peek of a recent photoshoot in South Philadelphia with the amazing Heather. She is totally radiant, and I love it. Stay tuned for more!


Friday, November 18, 2016

Headshot / Corporate Photography - Top 5 Tips @ PHILADELPHIA

Hi, guys! Sooooo much to catch up on!

But first, more fun headshots. If you are updating your executive portrait (for job searches, LinkedIn, an upcoming media appearance, social media, etc.), here are my top 5 tips:

1. Professional hair and make-up are paramount. It makes the difference between a "wow" photo and a photo that is "just okay." You want the wow. If professional hair and make-up is not in the budget, consider going to Sephora and Ulta to get tips and spending a little extra time on your hair before the shoot.

2. Patterns are great but make sure you have solid colors that go with your skin tone and if you love wearing black like I do, wear a bright shirt or fantastic necklace to give your photo some pop. Even a leather jacket adds a twist while keeping it classic and neutral.

3. Bring clothing and jewelry options to the shoot. You never know what will work out and what might need to be adjusted given your surroundings. Make sure your clothing is lint-, wrinkle- and stain-free!

4. Location, location, location: Try selecting a location that works for you, reflects your field of work or study, and adds visual interest. While a back-drop is a classic tool for headshot photography, shooting on location helps tell your story.

5. Last but not least: You do you. Stay true to your vision of your portrait and let it reflect who you are. I'll take care of the rest.

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