Essential Tips for Your Twin Senior Portrait Session
You’ve shared your entire school career with your sibling and have a special bond, so it only makes sense to plan your senior portrait session together.
The good news is that even if you decide to shoot together, your photographer can still capture your unique personality traits and styles, so this doesn’t need to be a concern.
These tips will ensure you get the photos you are hoping for while having a positive and fun experience at the same time.
● Meet your photographer in person. You want to make sure that you feel comfortable around your senior photographer, which is why it helps to meet them in person before you agree to a shoot. If meeting them in person is not possible, at least arrange a call over the phone or Zoom.
● Decide on what you want. Sit down with your twin to discuss your session before you brief your photographer. What should the style of the shoot be and what sort of photos do each of you want to take? Do you want all photos to be taken together or do you also want individual images?
● Create your look. It’s important to plan your outfits, hair, and makeup several weeks before your twin senior photo session. Your outfits don’t need to match but your looks should still be coordinated.
● Consider your family. Do you want to include any family members or pets in your photo session? If so, how many photos do you want to take with them? Your photographer will need this information prior to your shoot.
● Pick a location. Next, you should decide where you want your shoot to take place. Pick a location that speaks to your personalities and where you feel most at ease. If you do opt for a public location, make sure you are fine with people walking by and staring during your shoot. You most probably won’t notice them anyway because you will be so involved in your session.
With these tips in mind, you can start planning the perfect twin senior photo session. However, if you think of any questions or concerns along the way, don’t hesitate to get in touch with your photographer.