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Your clothing selections are very important. Keep in mind that you should feel comfortable and look natural. Clothing should reflect your style but not be distracting. Bring different outfits from which to choose, with shoes and socks. The Senior's Mom will have your Senior Portrait on her wall for the next 25 years!
You want to spend more time taking photographs during the allotted time than on changing clothes or props.
A few tips.
Broad stripes and bold patterns should be avoided.
Be certain your clothing is neatly pressed (wrinkles look bad in photographs).
Long sleeves and darker clothing look best in head and shoulder portraits.
The barefoot look is in (maybe a thought).
Your hair frames your face, which is the focal point of your photo. Wear it in your favorite style.
Have it cut at least one week before your photo sitting.
Girls, wear your regular makeup, just slightly heavier than normal
Guys, shave an hour or so beforehand.
If you normally wear eyeglasses, its best to wear them for your photo session.
Glass glare can be tough to eliminate, a pair of frames with no glass is best.
Bring props that define yourself. (stuffed animals, sports gear or uniforms,
musical instruments, hats, caps).
Get a good nights sleep.
Bring a parent or a friend. (If you are under18 a parent is mandatory.)