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  • Carolyn

    This is great and practical advice, Tanzie. I’ve broken all of these rules…especially the self-care tips. Would’ve never even considered that (although I’m the woman who only gets 4 hours of sleep before running a half marathon… so clearly that spills over into other parts of my life!)

  • http://www.seniorresourcecentral.com/ April Fan

    Tanzie, I  love your tips about self-care prior to the photo shoot. I really don’t like to get my picture taken and these suggestions will make my next photo shoot much more enjoyable. Thanks for sharing.

  • http://www.yourtransformationcoach.com/ Ellen Thomas

    Love these ideas, Tanzie! Planning ahead certainly is key in my book to help me keep calm. And, great reccommendation to comb through the closet-exactly what I did for my last photo shoot!

  • http://twitter.com/sheevaun Sheevaun

    Tanzie
    Wish I’d read this before today. I had a photo shoot on Saturday and while I prepared ahead. I grabbed some extra clothes that didn’t match. It all worked out beautifully but the planning ahead sure would have made it that much more comfortable.

    • http://www.tanziephoto.com/ Tanzie Johnson

      That’s great to hear Sheevaun that you still  had a great shoot!

  • Jodi

    Great post, Tanzie. I especially liked the “pre-pack” recommendation. I’m one to make lists and go through mentally what I’ll need, but wait until the next morning to pack it up. You’re right, though, you never know what is going to come up the next morning. Thanks for the tips!

    • http://www.tanziephoto.com/ Tanzie Johnson

      I usually try to pre-pack too whenever I have a trip/ going out of town. Doesn’t always happen but when I do, I like being able to sleep a little longer the next day… that’s worth pre-packing all by itself. 🙂

  • Susan

    Tanzie, this is so helpful! I remember when I was preparing for my photo shoot I had it in my mind which outfits I wanted to wear but brought other colors and was so glad, because sometimes we don’t know which will compliment us best in images.  The self care tips are great, will make a note of that too!

    • http://www.tanziephoto.com/ Tanzie Johnson

      That’s smart.  It’s always, always, best to bring more clothing than you need.

  • DrSusan

    This is a great check list. Thank you! When I had my last photo shoot the photographer asked me to buy something new to wear because she said older items show wear in the shots, so when I next raid my closet for a shoot, I’ll remember to stick to newer items. The reminders about timing of hair changes and facials is so important.

    • http://www.tanziephoto.com/ Tanzie Johnson

      Thanks for your comment, glad this was helpful.

  • http://www.gayedelman.com/ Gay Edelman

    Horror story. I was the “victim” of a fashion shoot. The stylist decided to tweeze my eyebrows. She pulled and pushed and fussed and plucked some more. The area began to swell. So she had to fuss with different colors and shadings to minimize the puffy look. She fussed and fussed. By the time I got in front of the photographer, my eyes were so sensitive I could barely open them. I had to put my head down, pop up, force my eyes open as the photographer caught the brief instant when I could open them. It was not fun. MORAL: Yes, get basics done days earlier. Now I ALWAYS make sure the brows are tip top well before the shoot. And when I get there–I learned!–I always tell the stylist not to mess with my eyes too much or they’ll swell shut. Luckily, these days, a more natural look seems to be okay anyways. Maybe it’s because we are all citizen journalists! 

    • http://www.tanziephoto.com/ Tanzie Johnson

      Oh Gay, so sorry this happened. I’m surprised you were able to carry on with the photo shoot after your eye swelled. Thank you for sharing your story.

  • http://twitter.com/amandamogul Amanda Littlejohn

    Great checklist, Tanzi! At my last (and only) professional photo shoot, I took a ton of clothing and ended up not wearing any of it. My stylist brought some looks – some I liked and some I didn’t – but in retrospect, I wish I would have had more of my own looks pulled from my closet. Not just clothing that I liked and felt good in, but also colors I loved and felt look good on me. Looking forward to my next shoot. I will probably have a glass of wine before that one 🙂

    • http://www.tanziephoto.com/ Tanzie Johnson

      You’re right, colors matter a lot. And, I will have a future blog post covering how to choose the best colors for your complexion. Definitely check back in!

  • rozwalker

    Great tips Tanzie!  I dread taking pictures because something always seems to look off.  Now I know why…I needed this checklist!  I will definitely bookmark this article and reference it the next time I’m headed for a photo shoot.

    • http://www.tanziephoto.com/ Tanzie Johnson

      Great Roz,  use this checklist for your next shoot but don’t forget to have fun too. I know that’s easier said then done, but it really makes a difference in the outcome.

  • http://www.themoneychat.com/ Dorethia Conner

    Great tips! Especially pre-packing, eh. I showed up for my photo shoot w/out enough accessories, it worked out in the end, but …er… I was frazzled! Thanks for the resource, I’ll be able to use it next time!

    • http://www.tanziephoto.com/ Tanzie Johnson

      Dorethia, it happens. Sometimes it’s hard to get it all done. But happy to hear the shoot went well.

  • Donna

    Thanks for the great tips. I recently had new headshots taken, and I definetly spent some time picking out just the right clothes for the look that I wanted to achieve. It made a big difference because I was so much happier with how they turned out than the previous time, when I didn’t love what I wore. I would also like to add that the day of the shoot, it’s important to relax and have fun with it – the result will be so much better!

    • http://www.tanziephoto.com/ Tanzie Johnson

      Great Donna, I agree the whole experience is so much better when you prepare and are able to relax and have fun.

  • Debra Woog

    Thank you for these tips! What’s helped me in the past has been having professional hair and makeup.  Those made me feel so much more confident.  For my most recent photo shoot, I didn’t do this, and I don’t like those photos nearly as much.

    • http://www.tanziephoto.com/ Tanzie Johnson

      Oh yes, hair and makeup is definitely important. That’s another topic I need to cover. Thanks.

  • http://twitter.com/SaraZippyTFit Sara Saori Dan

    Wonderful tips – especially extreme personal care since it does take time for new hair/facials to settle in.  I definitely need advice on makeup – what looks good/bad on camera !  And accessories that enhance, rather than distract during a photo shoot?  

  • http://jalandajames.com/ Jalanda, NYC Videographer

    Amen! I need to send this post to my video clients. 

    It’s so true about getting stuck with ill fitting clothing and having no other options. Hard to feel your best under those circumstances.  Extreme self care is good advice for everyone.

  • Linda B. Feng Shui Consultant

    Hi Tanzie, thank you for these tips! I found them extremely helpful. This helped me so much 2 weeks ago when I was preparing for my photo shoot. I looked for months to find the perfect outfit, I did need to shop for something new but hadn’t found anything. I packed to make sure I was ready, and tried on my clothes the night before. I found that some didn’t fit or were not flattering, and picked a few that I felt would look good. I did rent a pretty canary yellow dress and also wanted use the navy sequined dress I rented for my Aunt’s Anniversary party, and my Red Chinese blazer ( am a Feng Shui Consultant and a colleague of Christine Bove’.).
    Unfortunately and fortunately, the photo shoot didn’t go as planned as the photographer misunderstood what I was looking to do as I kept saying “headshots”. but missed my email how I didn’t want it to look too corporate looking. When he saw my yellow dress and Chinese blazer, and navy dress, he realized it would be a beauty photo shoot and told me the blazer and yellow dress would look very good. I was also tired and very nervous. We rescheduled in 3 weeks, and I was able to rent the dress again, it looks beautiful on me. I also will have a make up and hair stylist to really get the full effect and lessen the nerves. I feel better about everything now as we are on the same page. I am breaking out right now, so I will see the dermatologist for a checkup before the date. I will make sure I am rested, my outfits will be ready (I even have the dress rented in two sizes in case I lose weight) and can relax as the stylist will get me prepared. He reminded me to be balanced, and relaxed. Now no frazzle for me!!
    Thanks again!!
    Linda

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