This is part FIVE in a six part series. Check out the series introduction here for links to each post.
Color is one of the most important features of you outfit to consider because it is the first detail that others see, even from a distance. Color psychology is very extensive subject that could be it's own blog post (maybe in the future!) but today we are just going to talk about the more straightforward concept of matching colors together in a specific color scheme. Go for the same color scheme (analogous/monochromatic) or a contrasting color scheme (complimentary/split complimentary). Try to match your colors to the season you have the portrait session scheduled:
If you have more than one outfit for your portrait session try to select colors that will not clash with each other or the season to create a seamless look to your final gallery. When choosing colors, remember that lighter colors tend to accentuate weight, while darker colors have a more slimming effect.
For more examples of color styling check out my "What to Wear" board on Pinterest @jesplinphoto
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