Studio vs Location Photography Shoots … Some Things to consider

  • Weather  can have a huge impact on a Location photography shoot. Too hot, too cold, rainy
  • Such conditions will impact on how comfortable you feel, and this will show on your face
  • Wet weather reschedules can sometimes be tricky.  The more people involved in a shoot,  the harder it is to regroup everyone on another day
  • If young children are involved, a Location shoot is often the best to capture beautiful emotive shots. Children are easily engrossed and distracted by their surroundings
  • Pick a Location that reflects who you are as a family. Eg:  Beach, park, lake
  • The Studio scenario can be often prove overwhelming for young children
  • Newborns and babies are better off in a studio environment, where temperature and light can be controlled
  • The studio is also a nicer environment for mums to breastfeed little ones in between shots
  • The elderly are also often better in a studio environment, where they don’t have to walk much, and are not exposed to the elements, which often affects them more than most
  • A studio situation might be the answer for those who are not comfortable with others watching
  • Studio or Location, either way, full happy tummies and well rested eyes make for an easier shoot all round for everyone