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Client Welcome Guide

Everything you need to know before your session with Stefanie Plum Photography.

Studio Session Location:14 Thistle Street Regents Park, QLD 4118

Hello there!

I'm Stefanie and I'll be capturing your portraits. I've been a Family and Baby Photographer for 8.5 years and run my gorgeous little cozy studio from home. When you arrive please feel free to park in the driveway. the studio entrance is through the glass doors, but please keep in mind another session may be in progress. I will greet you at the studio doors and welcome you inside. 

We will have up to 30 minutes to complete your session. Children will be required to stay inside the studio the entire duration of the shoot. Please also be aware there is no bathroom in the studio and as I have a young family there will be no access to my home during this time. Thank you for your understanding.

Please no food or drinks in the studio, if a mask mandate is in place please where your face masks into the studio and they can be removed when we start the session. The Queensland Government QR Code check-in is on the outside of the studio please check-in when you arrive.

After your session is complete I will edit and upload your images into an online gallery for you to view.

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What to Wear?

When planning your outfits laying them out like the images above, it will you give you a great visual on how cohesive they look together. Sticking to a colour palette of no more than 5 colours is ideal. When selecting your outfits I recommend choosing something you feel really good wearing. If you love your outfit you will love the photos too! Websites such as ASOS, Salty Crush or St Frock have a great range of beautiful clothing. Tree of Life, Valleygirl and Forever New stores also have a really great variety of clothing too. 

 

For children Best n Less, H&M or Jamie Kay, all stock beautiful kids items.  If you would like any help please feel free to send me some pictures of your outfits and I’d be happy to give advice on what will work well.

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