Bluebell Photo Shoot Hertfordshire What to Wear.
So, you have booked your bluebell photo shoot and are wondering what to wear.
The following post will explain what works best, in my opinion and why. Of course, it is your shoot and you must be comfortable with what you choose, this is just meant to be a guide to help you.
Strong greens and purples will provide the back drop to your photo shoot.
Don’t try to compete with these!
Sticking to neutral tones and soft hues is a good basis to start with. Pick up to three colours which complement your surroundings and choose your outfits around them.
I would also urge you to keep away from strong and loud patterns, logo’s and bright colours, simple clothing photographs best. I do however, like a bit of texture! A little frill, chunky jumper or scarf, denim jackets all work well.
You may have a little one that likes a pretty dress or one who hangs out in scruffy jeans and a t shirt, all this is fine…just remember your colour paletttes and all will be good!
Remember also that the woods can be quite dark and cool at this time of year so make sure everyone has an extra layer to bung if they need to.
No one wants to be photographed if they are cold and miserable.
As always if there is anything personal that you would like to bring along to your shoot please feel free to do so. This may include a favourite teddy, book or maybe even wellies…all are welcome.
( They run activities for kids throughout the year too.)
More information for bluebell hunting can be sourced here…
Just remember to keep to the paths so the bluebells can be enjoyed by everyone.
I am really looking forward to our bluebell photo shoot, I hope you are too!
Oh, and if you haven’t booked a shoot but would like to please get in touch using the links below. x