WELCOME TO FANCY DELI: A BLOG
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, why setting an intention for your session is important. Whether you’re planning a wedding, boudoir, engagement, family or individual portrait, creating a moodboard is instrumental to clarifying and communicating your vision.
I ask clients to share a moodboard (or Pinterest board) because it’s much easier to communicate visual goals using visual means. Most of us are familiar with very broad styles of photography such as “dark and moody” or “light and airy.” However, those categories don’t articulate subtlety.
You don’t have to be technically savvy to create a mood board. The simplest way to create and share your board is to make one on
. On Pinterest, when you find a single image that inspires you, the algorithms will help you to find related imagery. Another option is using
. You can easily compile a board, like the examples on this page, using Canva’s free, online tool.
How (and why) to create a moodboard before your session.
Hello from the outside : photographs during a pandemic
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