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The winners will receive a full telephone or email consultation before the sitting to discuss exactly what their aiming for from the photo shoot. Choose your favourite images from the web and have a creative input into your photographic sitting. After all, it is your day to enjoy.

Then on arrival to the studio you will be welcomed with a glass of bubbly (non alcoholic available).

Together with the photographer and a professional make-up artist, you will be assisted in choosing the clothes that you have brought along and plan the whole shoot. Our photographers capture you as naturally and beautifully as possible.  They are adaptable and have worked for fashion and lifestyle magazines for many years.

 

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The photographer then carefully selects backgrounds, lighting situations, poses and working with your own clothes and accessories selection, produces some stunning images.

We suggest 3 changes of clothes to maximise your experience and choice of images.

1- A casual look – T-shirt and jeans or a simple dress – less is more, as they say.

2- Smart  – change your look by adding a more formal look.

3- Evening Wear – This is your chance to shine.

 

We also have material and props that you can use to cover up just as much as you feel comfortable with. A range of shots from tasteful “bedroom-ready” intimate shots to simple “cherished memory” images are ready to take away on the day.  Special backdrops and props are provided by us.

Up to 1 hour of make-up and hair styling will be provided by one of our professional make-up artists.

1.5 hours on set being photographed with by our Editorial Photographer.

1 hour Viewing of prepared photographs – take away on the day.

Refreshments Provided – Soft drinks or hot beverages. We also include a complimentary bottle of bubbly and some lovely cup cakes to keep you in the mood.

A complimentary 6”x 8” Framed Print is included.

Images are available as prints, digital images or framed products in a variety of styles.

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