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Just a few tips…

October 17th, 2005

We thought we would share with our readers some tips we like to pass along to our brides. Check back often as this list will be continually be updated.

1. No matter where you get dressed, have a flat sheet handy to wrap around your gown so you don’t get any dirt on it when going through doorways, up stairs, or getting in/out of cars.

2. Hire a professional make-up artist for the day of your wedding. I know, I know, “but I put my make-up on everyday, why do I need someone else to do it for my wedding?” Because certain undertones of foundations look better in photographs and the make-up artist knows how to apply your make-up for best coverage and longevity. But ALWAYS do a trial run.

3. If you can, do a pre-bridal session. This session usually done in-studio about four to six weeks prior to the wedding. Typically, it’s the same day you have your test hair and make-up done, and your gown has had all alterations completed. The bridal session actually serves many purposes. 1. You have a full understanding of how long it will take for you to get ready on the day of your wedding. It’s like a practice run. 2. You become more comfortable moving around in your gown. 3. You will see how everything comes together, hair, make-up, gown, veil, accessories, etc. And the really great thing is now you have time to make any changes or adjustments before the wedding. Every bridal session we have photographed, the bride has changed something for the day of the wedding. Normally, it’s just tweaking the hair or make-up but sometimes, it’s a complete accessory change.

Check back often for updates!

Allie and Mick at Home Depot

October 15th, 2005

What do you get when you mix an interior designer, an architect, and a home remodel job? A really fun photo session at Home Depot! Yeap, that’s right – Home Depot!

I was going to write a fun story about Allie and Mick’s session but then I thought, I’ll just let the images speak for themselves. Enjoy!



















Pam Speaks..

October 6th, 2005

October 12, 2005:

Pam will be speaking at the Sunset Country Club, 9555 S. Geyer Rd on October 12, 2005. Enjoy brunch as Pam shares how photographes are “Timeless Treasures”. Tickets are $14. For information contact Sandy at 636.561-2683

November 9, 2005:

Pam will be speaking with seniors in the photography department at Webster University. Topic will be professional development.

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