Pro Photos/clothes

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  1. MummyinJune

    MummyinJune Well-Known Member

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    Whats the best type of colour/style of clothes 4 a prof photo? my los getting pics done next week and i dont no what type of thing 2 put on him that would stand out and be the best?
     
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    whatever suits LO. My son wore dark jeans and a sandy beige coloured jumper which coincidently matches our lounge decor so the photos will look good in there once we have had them framed.
     
  3. OmarsMum

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    Omar was in nappy only in most of his photos. We had some photos with a hat, a hooded bath towel, some photos with a teddy & one cover with a blanket only. He was 7 months xx

    ETA: the photographer also told us not to dress him in white or very light colours. He wore a red shirt with shorts, & a jeans dungaree in some photos
     
  4. minties

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    If the photographer is a good one, and has good equipment, it shouldn't matter what your LO is wearing.
     
  5. Neko

    Neko Well-Known Member

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    Stronger colors usually look better in photos. But if you use a dark background, light colors can be fine.

    Can you bring more than one outfit? Sometimes it's better if you can change the baby's clothes and see what turns out better. I think casual outfits turn out better than super-fancy ones.
     
  6. HippieJess

    HippieJess Mom to 1 sweet girl

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    When I had LO's done, they used a few different backgrounds (white, black, gold & a fall scene). We also were able to have 3 outfit changes. The photographer really knew what would look good with each outfit.
     
  7. MummyinJune

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    Well its not just for my lo, its a man coming in for the toddlers group, so dout he would change backgrounds and clothes, (i presume it would be the same sort of photographer u get in school-so i think background is white) would brown be ok? our living room is a neutral colour x
     

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