Information – Portraits
What is a portrait session?
It is a photography session dedicated just for you – for you to take some time off work whether as a couple or a family, for a deliberate photography session. It’s a time where you get to have fun, share experiences or unleash some creative idea you’ve been dying to try out! Our style ranges from candid photos to stylish, dramatic poses.
How long are your portrait sessions?
We have different durations to cater for different needs. For families, we recommend the 2 hour session, whereas for engagement portraits, a 4 hour session would be ideal.
Where do we go for these sessions?
We’re open to discussing any crazy, fun or wacky ideas you might have! In the past, we’ve done things like chasing the sunrise at a fishing village, dancing in the rain in the forest, or even climbing old forts. If you prefer something a little less adventurous, we can go to a park or a beach nearby. Alternatively, if you’d like to have a photo shoot out of Malaysia, we can arrange that. With flights becoming more competitive in rates, it isn’t really expensive to travel and do an exotic shoot overseas.
Do you provide gowns for the engagement sessions?
Though we don’t stitch wedding gowns ourselves (how we wish we had that skill!), we work closely with partners who are experts in their field of work. These gown designers are able to provide you with beautiful gowns for the photo shoot. Gowns are included in our Luxe Portrait Series. Contact us for a full list of details.
What about hair styling & make up?
Yes, it is included in the Luxe Portrait Series.
I need some tips on planning for my pre-wedding shoot.
Do read this article we have written, hope it helps you!
Any suggestions on what to wear as a family?
Some families prefer to colour coordinate all clothing in one colour, whereas other families like to use complementary colours. Other options would be to have the adults wear one colour (eg. white) and the children wear another colour (eg. red). Choose clothing that are comfortable and represent who you are. Try not to use clothing that have too many loud colours or prints (Leopard may be cool now, but not so in 20 years to come).