The photography style and mood is entirely up to you, depending on the purpose of photos: business, art, happy, sad, romantic, cute, or sexy.
Portraits – Everybody needs various styles of portrait photos nowadays. In the case of business portrait mainly for LinkedIn profile, CV, business presentation, or conference. Photographs of the work team or management in one style on the company web site also looks very professional. On the other hand, informal portraits are needed on social media like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest. A special category is a Casting portrait for actors, dancers, and singers. You can combine different portrait styles within any photo package.
Maternity, newborn and family photos – Photography is a unique tool for preserving unrepeatable moments in everybody’s life, such as the birth of a baby. With maternity photographs, you can start an original beautiful photo album for your baby, when you do the photoshoots regularly, you can later fill in newborn photos, first steps, growing year after year, first year at school and if you have a willing teenager you can continue until her/his graduation.
The couple and pre-wedding photos – Couple photos depend entirely on your imagination, regarding their style, mood, or whether the photoshoot takes place in my studio or at another location. The pictures might be just for the two of you or used for Christmas cards for your family and friends. Pre-wedding photos are great as a cornerstone for a wedding invitation and decorations.
Boudoir – Boudoir originally meant the private chamber of a lady. That is why boudoir photo shoot often takes place in partly or fully furnished room. Most of the time woman wears lingerie or is caught while changing her clothes. Photos of this style should present a woman’s intimacy and naturalness.
Fashion – The focal point of Fashion shots is the clothing. Most of the time the model doesn’t look straight to the camera. This avoids distracting the observer from the outfit.
Pin-up – The model is the main object in Pin-up photos. A typical characteristic of these photos is retro styling which is based on posters from the 1950′s and 1960′s.
Fine Art and Artistic nudes – Pictures of a nude figure came from the ancient tradition of celebrating the ideal beauty of human body. These are aesthetically captured photos of the partly or fully nude body, but unlike glamour photos there is no hint of eroticism.
Wedding photos – Wedding photoshoots generally include the bride and groom’s preparation, meeting guests, the ceremony, banquet, and of course separate photos of newlyweds and group shots with guests.