As family portrait photographers in jacksonville fl, we know just how vital it is that you are well-dressed and prepared for your portrait session. Feeling confident during your photoshoot will help you relax in front of the camera. Our mission is to make you feel and look your very best. This is why we strive to provide as much wardrobe guidance to you as possible because this may be completely new to you. 

There are endless ways to coordinate your color scheme. In order to ensure your color choices compliment each other reference the color wheel. In basic color theory, there are several types of combinations: monochromatic, triadic, complementary, rectangle, square, analogous and split-complementary. Without going too in depth, the chart to the left explains how you can choose flattering color schemes every single time. Knowing basic color theory will help you feel like a pro when putting together a color scheme. It’s a very useful tool that I love using. 

Inspiration is everywhere so have fun with wardrobe styling. There are so many different color and pattern combinations that you can come up with. If you are feeling adventurous then get creative. If you want to keep it simple then choose a neutral tone and pair it with one color i.e. gray and blue, consider using white to break it up. Most importantly, wear clothes that fit you well and make you feel fantastic. I cannot stress this enough. If you are self conscience in your outfit choice then it makes it hard for you to feel relaxed and comfortable. 

Furthermore, bring every once of enthusiasm and excitement that you can muster. After all, it isn’t about the clothes, it’s about you! Be prepared to have fun.    Alluding back to what I said about feeling confident, pamper yourselves a little. The key factor when planning your outfits is to consider your own personal flare. Make sure that everyone loves what they are wearing, especially the little ones. Your personality should shine through in your clothing choices so that we can capture an authentic portrait of your family. 




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Check out this helpful Color Scheme chart from the University of New Hampshire.