Toronto Photographer - Photoshoots - what to expect

If you’re preparing for a photo session with me, here’s what you can expect.

Firstly, we’ll discuss the type of images you want to create and determine the number of lights needed to achieve the desired effect. Once you arrive at the studio, I’ll have a set ready for you to use, which could be a simple backdrop or a more elaborate scene.

I’ll guide you on where to stand or sit and how to pose, and then set up the lights accordingly. Depending on the type of equipment being used, I may attach light modifiers, such as softboxes or umbrellas, to the light sources to adjust the lighting effect.

During the shoot, I’ll give you instructions and direction on your posture, facial expressions, and body language. I’ll be capturing a series of images in quick succession, so be ready to move and adjust as necessary. If you’re unsure of what to do, don’t hesitate to ask for guidance.

As the shoot progresses, I may make adjustments to the lighting setup to achieve different effects. For example, I may add or remove a light source, adjust the distance between the lights and the subject, or change the angle of the lights.

Throughout the shoot, I’ll review the images I’ve captured so far with you. This is a great way to see what you’re doing, what you’re liking and what we may need to work on… expanding on ideas is part of the fun and the process.

Overall, a photo session will be a fun and rewarding experience, and I look forward to working with you to capture stunning images quickly and easily. So, if you’re considering a photo session, let’s give it a try!

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