Did you know that you don’t have to be photographed by yourself. Who would you like to be photographed with? There are many ways to create an Editorial Portrait Session. What is an Editorial Portrait Session you ask? Take a look here.
1. Mothers and Daughters
A makeover and photo shoot with you and your daughters or you and you, your sister, and your mom. You can even include your bestie, aunt, or grandma.
2. Generations Shoot
Similar to a Mothers and Daughters session, but there are multiple generations involved.
From your new baby, you, your mother, your grandma, and even your great grandmother.
3. High School Seniors
It all starts with the makeover and then the photo shoot. We can do your hair and makeup at the studio. If you’re looking for multiple locations, that is an option as well.
Not just for the young at heart. I have women of all ages that want to come in for a Editorial Style Portrait Session. From the ages of 7 to 127. If you want to celebrate a milestone in your life, it doesn’t just stop when you get married.
5. Bridal Glam the Dress
This session is for brides or married women who want to have one more day in their wedding dress. Instead of ‘trash the dress’ we give your wedding gown a different look for your session by adding accessories or styling it with something other than what it’s intended original use. We do not cut or jeopardize the state of your dress. This is also available for girls who have prom dresses.
6. Bridal Parties
This is a fun spin on a girls day out. Get the girls together for a fun makeover and photo shoot. Don’t forget the Champagne!
7. Girls Day Out
Are you looking for something new to do with your girlfriends? Book a makeover and photo shoot for you and your besties!
For these sessions I have the girls show up early for their hair and makeup. Once the guys show, we can start on the photo shoot.
9. Sweetheart Sessions
The same situation applies here. If you’d like to show up before your partner to get your hair and makeup done you are free to do so.
10. Personal Branding
Do you own your own business? This is a great time to work in some head shots for your career or even if you’re just updating your image.
Beth is a portrait, wedding, + pet photographer based out of Indianapolis, Indiana. She has a BS in Digital Photography from the Art Institute of Indianapolis. She loves hiking with her dog Koda, old family photographs, gardening, and traveling with her husband Andrew.
For more info on booking your own Editorial Portrait you can start here.