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Tips to Be Confident in Front of the Camera

Mar 1, 2019

We will help you to feel comfortable, confident, and in love with your portraits! You are always welcome to contact me with questions! Book your photo session with us (Ren & Caleb of Studio 29 Photography) and practice these Tips to Be Confident in Front of the Camera.

 

Whether you are looking for photos for your website, social media page, or to decorate your home, confidence will make your photos the best yet. If you do not take many pictures with professional photographers, it can be a little hard to gain the confidence you may need during a photo session. Book your photo session with us (Ren & Caleb of Studio 29 Photography) and practice these Tips to Be Confident in Front of the Camera.

 

1. Practice in the Mirror

Get to know your best angles. Look in your mirror and decide which angles, placement, and expressions you like for you body and face. We will guide you during our shoot, but know what you like best before our time together. Knowing your angles will make you confident on camera and it will show.

2. Ignore the Doubt

We all have that little voice. The one in our minds that can creep up and make us feel self conscious. It might tell you that you are not confident doing a photo session. Do not let it in! When you are practicing your angles in the mirror, practice telling yourself something positive. The more you do this and the more loving you are with yourself, your confidence will grow. Remember that whoever sees these photos love you for you. Do not hide what makes you uniquely you!

3. Dress the Part

Make sure to have the best outfit on, the one that makes you feel the best and most comfortable. Pick an outfit that you love and let your confidence shine! Have your hair and makeup done. “Dress to Impress” is our motto for planning a photo session ensemble. We try to keep up with our favorite “looks” and outfits on our “Dress to Impress” Pinterest board and on our personal blog. Look online for inspiring outfits and match it with your favorite looks.

4. Book with Us!

We love providing our clients with authentic, truly remarkable portraits. Being comfortable with your photographer is probably the most important part of being confident in front of the camera. Book a session with us and we know that you will feel relaxed and happy with your outcome! Take a look through our portfolio to see what images you love. We want to make sure we capture your confidence and personality!

5. Have Fun!

Be yourself, be silly, goofy, happy, and just have fun! Put all the fears of judgment behind you and embrace what makes you special! Imagine that the camera is a family member or friend of yours. Try to humanize the camera so that you feel more confident and natural in front of it. As we get to know each other before our session, you will be more comfortable and have the chance to be confident in front of the camera.

 

Contact us to book your photo session today ~ We will help you to feel comfortable, confident, and in love with your portraits! You are always welcome to contact me with questions!

 

Here is a snap-shot from Colleen B & Colleen S’s branding session for Everykind! Aren’t they just the epitome of happiness!?! Colleen S. & Colleen B. are the dreamteam behind, Everykind. Everykind is a lifestyle brand that encourages you to do better, get better, and be better. 

Tips to Be Confident in Front of the Camera

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