Possibly one of the most important points on this list. Your clothing.
You will want to look your best, so bring a few outfits, we have time to change twice throughout your shoot, especially if we change location, this will help to give a different dynamic to your shoot.
It is best if you wear soft, natural earthy tones. Metallics, maroons, and burnt oranges work too against the rugged landscape here in Central Otago. If you are a fan of flowing dresses, bring them, because I am! Anything that moves is always a winner.
Ladies & gents of course, please feel free to accessorise. Scarfs, hats, denim jackets, chuck them in the car. If they don’t work then we will leave them out but you just never know what might jump out in a photograph.
Please, if you don’t mind, leave your Hawaiian shirts at home. Bold distracting patterns don’t really work, nor does neon. So let’s stick to the above. I want you to be comfortable so please wear whatever showcases your personality. Speaking of comfort, we may be walking up hills and over rocks to get to locations so bring sensible shoes, if you’re a heels gal and really want to wear them, feel free, we will just carry them to our shooting location.