New Studio Location
5013 Pacific Hwy E
Tacoma, WA 98424
We are so excited about our new studio and we have some great specials going on right now. Check out our special on our Facebook page and don't forget to give us a "Like" when you are there.
Schedule an appointment today for that little one you have at home or schedule for family portraits. We specialize in Children Portraits as well as Family Portraits.
Call today! Schedule that appointment that you have been putting off for quite some time now!
We had a great time capturing the Rhea family. They haven't done family portraits for almost 5 years and their children are growing up. They decided it was time and we are so thankful they chose us to capture their family.
Wear monochromatic colors. Clothing with bold stripes and colorful prints are distracting. Choose one solid hue that complements your eye color. Dark colored clothing works well because it has a slimming effect in photographs .Avoid very light colors as they don’t photograph well.
Wear classic styles to prevent the photograph from looking outdated later. A simple sheath dress for women or a blue or gray suit for men are recommended fashion choices. Or ask the photographer to recommend clothing options that will blend best with the portrait setting.
Keep your makeup and hairstyle simple. Outlandish hairdos and extreme makeup choices look unnatural. Makeup is actually exaggerated in portraits by the harsh lighting. Subtle tones and hair combed away from the face allow your natural beauty to shine through.
Wear V-necks. Bulky turtlenecks, thick scarves and sweaters can add additional pounds to your appearance. V-necks and open collars elongate the neck and body and flatter your face. Likewise, choose sleek, close-fitting clothes over baggy
Dress your family members in complementary colors. When sitting for a family portrait, apply the monochromatic rule discussed in Step 1. Or use a color palate that has variations of one color theme. A family portrait should focus on your faces; clothing options are secondary elements when considering the overall composition of the photograph.