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  1. Have a good night's sleep and grab a bite to eat before the photoshoot to help keep your energy levels up.
  2. Arrive a little early if you can. It'll give you a few moments to relax and have a chat with the photographer before the photoshoot begins.
  3. We understand you may feel a little self-conscious about having your photo taken. Just let us know if you're feeling a bit nervous before we begin. We'll do our best to put you at ease before we begin taking photos.
  4. Clothing should reflect your personal style. However, you'll look your best if you:
    • Avoid busy/complicated patterns, logos, large words, or anything that may reasonably be considered offensive
    • Opt for clothing that is neat, tidy and appropriate for the setting you'll be photographed in.
    • Wear solid colours. Light colours are ok but you'll want to avoid the plain white shirt if you can.
  5. Wearing make-up or not is completely up to you. The photographer always carries a bit of powder and may use it to help minimise glare during the photoshoot to help ensure you'll look your best.
  6. Wear your hair as you normally would for the setting you'll be photographed in. We'll have a mirror on hand if you want to do a last-minute check before we begin taking photos.
  7. Depending on what you're being photographed for, you may be asked to bring an alternate top to change in to. The photographer will advise ahead of time.
  8. Be prepared to meet any health and safety standards required for the space you'll be photographed in (i.e. hair tied back, lab coat, safety goggles, close-toed shoes, etc.). Talk to the photographer ahead of time about these standards if necessary.
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