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Welcome to Enraptured Photography's Client Magazine. Everything you need to know from how to book, what to wear, investment information and session information. I look forward to meeting you, Simone:)

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    enerations child & family portraits

    OUR APPROACH All about Enraptured

    WHAT TO EXPECT On the day of your session

    IDEAS&IN Locations, props, themes, illustrated what-to-wear guide & more!

    INVESTMENT GUI:QE ,-- -"" Choosing the right package ~- _ for you and your family -

    VENDOR REFERRALS Discounts & more!

    KIND WORDS What our clients are saying about us

    Checklist cheatsheet for photo success!

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    approach to photography


  • THE before, during,

    initial consultation Every session begins with an initial in-person or phone consultation so

    we can get to know one another. Your place or somewhere in-between

    or on the phone, we love to meet or chat over a cup of tea or coffee and

    learn more about you and your family, your goals for the portrait

    session, and ideas for decorating your home. We also encourage clients

    to use this time for questions and ideas;. We also love to give you ideas

    on what to wear:)


    booking the date Once you've decided on the right photography package for your family,

    we'll go ahead and get the date booked for your photo session! In order

    to reserve your day, a non-refundable $150 session fee deposit is

    required. We 'll work with your schedule to find a perfect day and time

    for the session!

    taking pictures On the day of your session, we 'll meet at the agreed location and time

    and start snapping away! A portrait session can take anywhere from 1-2 hours. There 's really no rush - or general time limit - just what feels natural. It generally takes at least 30 minutes for us to "warm up" to-

    gether, meaning getting comfortable and feeling relaxed in front of(or behind!) the lens. After that, it's really up to the photographed subject as to how long the session will last. Tbis is the fun part - let us do

    the work!

    4 ordering session Tbe photos have been taken, individually retouched with great love and care, and now it's time for you to see the end result of all our hard work and planning! One of our clients' favorite parts of the entire Enraptured

    Photography experience is getting to see their beautiful image! We pro-

    vide a link to your private online gallery so you can view them in the

    comfort on your own home. At this point in time, you'll have the oppor-

    tunity to choose the photographs you would like to have as prints,

    albums, canvas, or a variety of other handcrafted photo products we

    offer. We can make recommendations for photo products we think

    would enhance your living space! This is your time to ask questions ,

    place orders, and get excited about your images.



    choosing your location

    & picking props

    choosing a location The location of your photoshoot can be anywhere-

    from your bedroom to a nearby park or restaurant. At

    Enraptured Photography we believe the most impor-

    tant factor in choosing a location should be its emo-

    tional value to you and your family. Being in the

    same spot something wonderfully memorable hap-

    pened in the past can evoke strong emotions and

    great moments in front of the lens (think first kiss, a special "I love you" moment, first date, etc.). Natural settings, such as parks and wilderness, the beach can

    create beautiful backdrops for photographs. If you

    prefer your photoshoot indoors, rooms with big win-

    dows and lots of light are always a great choice!


    picking out props Props are any kind of object or item included in photo-graphs. In general, props can add detail, interest, and

    meaning to your images, especially when they hold

    sentimental value to you or your family. Ideas include

    baby blankets or wraps, love letters, heirloom furni-

    ture, a vintage dress handed down in the family, old

    photographs, handkercheifs, shoes, trophies, a suit-

    case, travel souvenirs, or anything else that's close to

    your heart. We love working with props; if you have

    questions or need ideas, just ask!



    how to dress the ittle ones

    One of the most frequently asked questions from our clients is what to wear on the day of the pho-toshoot! We've put together this guide based on current trends as well as our own experience with what looks great on camera. If you have

    any questions or ideas of your own, we'd love to hear them! The process of planning and shop-ping for outfits is one of our clients' favorite

    parts of their photography experience.

    Little Firefighter ~ Patterns and stripes always look great on camera. Having a pop-color, such as a bright red against white and grey, adds depth and focal points. Adding a small toy for baby to play with makes for fun photos and keeps the little guy entertained!

    Flower Girl ~ A flower-themed outfit is never out of style for your little miss. Pick a flower - such as this pink peony - and let the rest of the outfit follow! Hats and single flowers make great accents and keep baby both comfortable and interested.

    TheArtist ~ What could be more fun for a curious baby than to be a painter for a day? Let your little one's cre-ativity shine by provid-ing him with an outfit he can "decorate" himself, and safe paint supplies to play with!

    y Pretty In Pink Solid fuschia pop tones look great set against polka dot or floral pat-terns. Warm booties keep baby com-fortable and happy! A simple flower headpiece adds an extra touch of cuteness magic!


    Miss Princess ~ Let your little lady be a princess

    for a day, complete with tutu, spar-kle shoes, and of course the crown! Adding a prop such as this ribbon wand adds wonderful detail to your images and keeps the princess en-tertained.


    Puddlechaser ~ For cool, wet days you can never go wrong with a button -up coat, bright leggings, and comfy boots! A perfect outdoor outfit for your little girL

    Little Gardener ~ A warm sweater, shoes, and jeans are all your little guy needs for his outdoor adventure in the garden! A watering can or trowel gives boys a fun job to do during the shoot, keeping him focused in front of the camera

    ......: Classic Kiddo Bright red and navy are a classic color combination - and always a hit on camera - for little boys. Add in some leather sandals, a favorite teddy bear, and a red balloon to com-plete the look.



    session themes

    newborn -14 days old Newborn sessions capture your precious baby just days after their arrival. We have two session styles -

    "lifestyle" and "posed". Lifestyle sessions focus on

    baby in his natural surroundings, non-posed, some-

    times with Mom and Dad in the photos as well. Posed

    sessions may take quite a bit longer and result in

    photographs where baby looks like a sweet, sleeping

    doll. We love both styles of newborn sessions and will

    work with you to get the newborn photos of your


    happy baby p to 1 year Baby sessions can be loads of fun and loads of work

    for everyone, but these sweet photos will quickly

    become family heir looms! Baby sessions can be in a

    variety of themes, styles, and locations - anything

    from in-the-nude on a soft wool rug to costumes in

    the outdoors! Props, cute outfits, and interesting lo-

    cations are welcomed.

    Depending on the age of your children and what you'd like to accomplish in your photo session, we have a wide variety of

    session themes and ideas to offer you! If you'd like to come up with a unique session theme for your family or child, we'd

    love to get creative with you! Here are a few popular ideas based on experience with past clients.

    outdoor explorer oddler For children a bit older, outdoor exploration sessions

    are a perfect way to capture your child's personality

    while piquing their curiosity. We'll work with you to

    pick a beautiful, safe location with lots of interesting

    plants, animals, and rocks to explore, then follow

    your wee one on his adventure through the thicket!

    Outdoor explorations prevent mid-session tantrums

    by allowing your child to set the pace of the shoot.

    1St irthdays Imagine your adorable baby having his/her way with a

    birthday cake - and getting photos to document it all!

    Icing-covered faces and fists, giggles, smiles, and cos-

    tumes make these images unforgettable. 1st

    Birthdays are a great way to hav fun with photos!


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    scheduling Planning in advance is the key to success! If your

    family or child has a daily routine, it's best to

    schedule the photo session in a way that works

    with, not against, this routine. If your child has a

    certain naptime, we'll plan the shoot to be either

    before or after she wakes up to prevent tantrums

    and fatigue. If your baby generally sleeps during

    the afternoon, a morning session may be best. We

    are here to make your session a success, and will

    work with you individually to find a time and

    place that fits the family and the