SweetSixteen Photography

$149 plus taxes

These sessions can be a lot of fun and creative. Teen portraits are normally head and shoulders and waist up poses, sometimes full length depends on the outfit you choose. 

  • 1 hour session in my studio Brampton,ON
  • 2 outfit changes
  • 20 High Resolution Edited Images email via Dropbox
  • 2-3 different setup
  • One Digital 16×20 Photo Collage is included . Ready for you to print. 
  • The price is good for one teen per family. Any additional persons may incur extra fees of $15 per person.

What to bring: 

For Girls 

  • When choosing outfits for your session, try to choose colors that POP ,compliment your hair + skin color . Colors like red, royal blue and yellow photograph beautifully as well as emerald green, bright purples, pinks, oranges and any other colors that really POP especially vibrant colors ! Sometimes, color combos that may seem odd in-person end up photographing BEAUTIFULLY on camera! 

  • Don’t forget to plan accessories! Stacks of bangles, long necklaces, statement pieces, scarves, hats, bright shoes and other add-ons can make or break an outfit! Don’t be afraid to over-accessorize, either…it’s always better to have more than not enough. 

  • You can also bring props that recall your high school years – band instrument, sports gear like a volleyball or baseball bat, your beloved (or cursed) high school car, letter jacket, sunglasses. Most of all, rep your style, whatever that may be. Your senior photo should be unique to your life and personality. 

For Boys 

  • When choosing outfits for your session, try to choose solid colors work much better than patterns. Avoid stripes and plaid. Bring a variety of colors and mix the level of styles. Some should be dressy, some dressy-casual, and some casual like jeans, khakis, chinos, shirts, t-shirts, vests, jackets, long sleeve shirt, socks, dress or casual shoes, a suit or just a blazer.Bring black and/or dark gray t-shirts to wear under other shirts. 

  • Make sure items are free of wrinkles and ready to go. (Please don’t come everything stuffed into a gym bag like many guys have done.) Make sure you’re comfortable in your clothing and that it flatters you. This will ensure that you like how you look when viewing your photos. Don’t forget to plan accessories like watches, ties or bow ties. Avoid t-shirts with large graphics or logos. They distract from the main subject, which is you. 

  • You can also bring props that recall your high school years – band instrument, sports gear like a volleyball or baseball bat, your beloved (or cursed) high school car, letter jacket, sunglasses. Most of all, rep your style, whatever that may be. Your senior photo should be unique to your life and personality.