I Just wanted to talk about the importance of warming up before a photo shoot. You might be wondering, what’s this? During this time, the photographer and family interact before the session starts. To get to know each other, most family photographers suggest you show up 15 minutes early to your session. Especially with young kids, interacting with someone they’ve never met will be scary. Photographers want to show off your child’s personality, so they want him or her to feel comfortable with them and with the environment. Arriving early, will give the photographer time to introduce themselves and get a feel for the session. Some kids warm up right away, while others need the whole warm-up time to get comfortable and come out of their shells.
During this warm-up period, the photographer will introduce herself/himself and get to know your kids. They’ll ask questions, sing songs, maybe play a game, etc. Just to break the ice a little, so by the time the session starts, your kids are comfortable with the photographer. It’s probably one of the most important tips most photographers can give you for your family photography session to get there early.
After your session, when your kids realize the photographer isn’t scary and they actually had fun, the next session shouldn’t need much warm up time. It’s usually recommended for the first session!
About The Author:
LACI LEIGH PHOTOGRAPHY HAS BEEN NOMINATED BEST PHOTOGRAPHER SEVERAL YEARS IN A ROW AND IS LOCATED IN THE WOODLANDS, TX SPECIALIZING IN FAMILY AND CHILDREN PHOTOGRAPHY. HER ORGANIC AND TIMELESS STYLE CAPTURES YOUR FAMILIES PERSONALITIES ALONG WITH DOCUMENTING EACH MEMORY FOR YOU. HER STYLE IS A COMBINATION OF POSED AND LIFESTYLE PORTRAITS. LACI OFFERS FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHY, OUTDOOR MATERNITY SESSIONS, IN HOME LIFESTYLE NEWBORN PHOTOGRAPHY,AND SENIOR CLASS PHOTO SESSIONS.