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The best time to book your Mothers day session

Updated: Apr 11

Mother's Day is just around the corner, and what better way to celebrate than with a portrait session for the special mother in your life. Whether it's your mother, grandmother, or mother-in-law, a beautiful portrait is a timeless gift that will be cherished for years to come. Here are some tips on how to hire a photographer for a Mother's Day portrait session.

  1. Book in advance: Depending on the availability of the photographer, it is recommended to book at least 2-3 weeks in advance. This will give you ample time to discuss details, schedule the session, and receive your images in time for Mother's Day.

  2. Decide on who will be included: Will it be just the mother, or will other family members be included? It's important to have a clear idea of who will be in the portrait so the photographer can plan accordingly.

  1. Choose the setting: Do you want an in-studio portrait or an outdoor session? An indoor studio session can be great for a classic and timeless look, while an outdoor setting can provide a more natural and relaxed feel. Discuss your preferences with the photographer to decide on the best location for your session.

  2. Discuss the usage of the images: Think about how you plan to use the images. Will they be gifted to a grandparent or mother, or will they be used for fine art prints to display on a wall or printed in an acrylic luxury album? Knowing this beforehand will help the photographer capture the perfect shots for your desired outcome.

  3. Communicate with the photographer: Be sure to communicate with the photographer about any specific requests or concerns you may have. Discuss wardrobe choices, makeup and hair, and any props or accessories you'd like to include in the session.

  4. Prepare for the session: Make sure everyone is well-rested, well-fed, and comfortable on the day of the session. If you have young children, bring along some snacks and toys to keep them entertained during the session.

  5. Review and select the images: After the session, the photographer will provide you with a selection of images to choose from. Take your time to review them carefully and select the ones you'd like to use.

By following these tips, you can ensure a smooth and stress-free process from start to finish. A Mother's Day portrait session is a wonderful way to celebrate the special mothers in our lives and create lasting memories that will be treasured for years to come.

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