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Wild Hare Photo was on hand to take portraits and photograph the night of fun at An Evening For Autism. If you would like to see the photos, click HERE or click on the photo below.
Wild Hare Photo will be photographing the playoffs and superbowls for the CGBFL! Check back here for photos of all the action! Superbowl photos will be available beginning Sunday night, Oct. 6th.
The first playoff photos are in! Congratulations to the Cowboys on their win over Boise State! Good luck on Thursday! Be sure to check back for more photos!
Click HERE for Tuesday’s playoff photos.
Click HERE for Thursdays playoff photos.
The Super Bowl Photos are located HERE.
Wild Hare Photo was again proud to sponsor the 2013 Answers For Autism Walk and provide photography for the event. If you would like to see all of the photos, click HERE and you can download your photos!
We are coming into one of our favorite seasons for outdoor portraits, Fall! The colors, temperatures, and upcoming holidays make this the ideal time for your family portraits. Plus, Fall Break is right around the corner, which makes it easier to get all the kids together. If that’s not enough, we’ll give you one more reason to have your portraits taken now, our Fall $25 Session Fee! Normally session fees are $150 – $250, but we’re booking ALL sessions for only $25, regardless of the size of your party! Call us now to schedule your photo session!
Wild Hare Photo was on hand to photograph this great charity event. Money was raised for The Little Red Door and Autism Advocates of Indiana. The games were fun and score was close, but The Crushers came out on top this year! Can’t wait for next year!
If you would like to look at the photos, or download them, click here: AUTISM VS CANCER
There is an icon on the bottom right that will download the photos for you.
Wild Hare Photo sponsored the Bike Ride this year and was on hand to take photos! If you would like to see all of the photos and want to download them, click HERE, then find your photo and you will be able to download them for free!
What the subjects are wearing in a portrait is just as important as all the other details such as: lighting, location, and posing. We are often asked what to wear for a portrait session. Poorly selected clothing can really take away from an otherwise really great portrait. The goals in selecting clothing are:
- to make the people the main subjects
- to flatter the subjects and help make them look their best
- to disappear and be a non-issue
Poorly chosen clothing can result in just the opposite of all those things. NOT what you want to have happen!
- clothing that stands out so much you hardly even notice the people
- arms, legs or tummies that look less than flattered and people that are unhappy with the end results
- clothing that takes so much attention and draws your eye around that it becomes more about the clothes and a fashion photo that it does a portrait of the people in them
To help you make your clothing choices for your portraits we have come up with the…….
Wild Hare’s Top Ten List of What to Wear!
Wear solid colored clothing so that we see all of your faces and no one person stands out. If you wear stripes or flowers, you will stand out from the rest of your group.
Choose muted tones that are a bit subdued so that you are the subject not your clothes and you don’t stand out from the group. Bright colors project (especially reds, oranges, and yellows), which also makes you look larger.
Choose similar tones for your top and bottom (both dark or both light) so that one doesn’t look bigger than the other. White top, dark pants will make your top look bigger. White pants, dark top will make your butt look bigger.
Choose 1-3 colors for your group portrait, ones with similar tones that go nicely together and have everyone work within that color palette. For example: dark green, navy, and burgundy – all dark jewel tones. OR tan, a lighter olive green, and denims – all lighter, softer tones. So that we see the people first and your portrait looks stunning. Wedding group photos look so good because they’re all wearing the same colors and the people stand out!
Choose a top with sleeves at least to the elbow because your arms take up more skin area than your face and will draw attention and it may also make your arms look larger
Choose long pants for men/ladies or a skirt below the knee for ladies so that your legs don’t take attention from your faces, and you will be able to sit and bend without showing too much leg
Choose dark socks and footwear (unless it’s a barefoot photo on the beach) because white just sticks out like a sore thumb and that’s all you’ll notice in your portrait
Keep jewelry simple and minimalist because too much draws attention from your face
Do your hair the way you’d normally do it while wearing these clothes – no fancy hairdos with jeans, no pony tails with evening gowns, etc.
10.If getting a haircut or new hairdo, make your appointment at least 2 weeks prior to your portrait session – again this seems like a no-brainer but you’d be surprised! Fresh haircuts rarely look their best the same or next day. Ladies need time to practice working it, men need it to grow out just a little. Allow some time to live with your new look before your portrait session.
We photographed the Sering family at Holiday Park. The weather cooperated, the kids did great and we got some great portraits! To see all of the portraits click here: Sering Family