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Glamour photographers.

Photos from Wellington’s finest glamour photographers, images with a romantic feel and touch of glamour. The right choice of photographer will mean the images created will bring out your beauty and help you get the best possible photos for you or your partner.

If your photographer does both weddings and portraits you might be able to get a good deal during the winter when portraits are more important. Either way it’s always worth asking for discounts and looking for bargains.

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glamour photographers picture on chez long.

Studio glamour.

A good glamour photographer will have a fully equipped studio to create the highest quality images for you, having a makeup artist available to complete the look. Any makeover studio portraits are likely to take between 1 and 2 hours, but be lots of fun.

Wellington location glamour.

If you are looking to build a portfolio or want something different then, a well chosen location for your photos can make all the difference; creating a style and feeling to the picture that’s hard to create in a studio. Wellington has an abundance of cool locations for photo shoots, so don’t be afraid to discuss this with your photographer. Don’t forget it’s an artistic collaboration to get awesome glamour pictures.

Glamour photographers.

Hotel setting glamour photography.

Pamper yourself.

Treat yourself to a glamour or boudoir photo shoot with makeover and feel great. It’s an empowering memoir of your beauty to have a makeover photo shoot, whether it’s a surprise gift a hen’s party or just because…

It’s not a “one size fits all” it’s a creative and fun experience that starts with you. Your photographer will help with posing, lighting and backgrounds.

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Digital retouching can be the photographic equivalent of cosmetic surgery, or just a light adjustment when the pose or lighting weren’t as 100% spot on for the image as aimed for. This is a big one to discuss with your photographer so you get the final images you had anticipated.

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