Megan DiMaria talks about how to find a photographer for those important professional pictures. Have you used a photographer? How did you find someone, who met your requirements?
Megan DiMaria continues with her series on professional pictures. Here she discusses preparing for your portrait session.
Do you prefer a formal or casual picture for your website/blog?
Have a great weekend!
Thanks for these links, Susan.
I see-saw between formal and casual looks. I want my readers to take me seriously, but I also brim with nuttiness, and try to be down to earth. I have Mercedez Benz and Flintstone pedal-pusher tastes. Maybe I need two photos--one for each look!
Have a great weekend,
Last year my then 7-year-old granddaughter took my picture! Now we have a one-day-to-be-member-of-the-family who is a photographer. And I have a bossy daughter who helps him. "Fix that hair. Your makeup is too pale. I will fix it. Turn that chain around."
I kind of like the casual nature look. :)
Hi Jen -
You're welcome! I like your solution: go for both looks.
Hi Sandra -
LOL! I wish I had a photographer in the family. :)
I dread getting an updated photo taken when needed. I would probably go casual:)
Those are great ideas for having a portrait done. I would have never thought of drinking more water beforehand.
I enjoy the very casual picture on my blog. If I ever got a professional one, I'd want to revies this list. Thanks.
Good post, Susan. My most recent photo session was last fall. I hate having my picture taken and was nervous, but the photographer put me at ease. I found it helpful to bring along copies of some author photos that I like.
Hi Terri -
I get nervous about having a picture taken. Getting the hair and make-up right is a challenge.
Hi Nancy -
The water tip also surprised me. It would probably be a good idea to bookmark this article for future reference.
Hi Jean -
Great idea! I'll have to gather some author photos I like.
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