Summer in Park City is the best time to capture your Park City Family Reunion photography. Choosing what to wear is just as important as the location of your group photos. We're got some tips to help you pick just the right dress for your Family Reunion photos!
Coordinating Colors. Although still popular to wear matching shirts, it is much more appealing with the final photos to picks a couple colors for your group. Bright colors are always in season! Think about your home decor and what colors will blend best on your walls. A popular group color for a recent photo shoot was red, white, and navy blue representing three generations of McPolin's in Park City. There are some wonderful white backgrounds at the McPolin barn, so think ahead and wear colors to provide a stricking backdrop for your photos.
Limit Patterns. Be aware of patterns, they can be distracting and create unwanted patterns in your final images.
Plan Ahead. Once you're confirmed your session, start thinking of clothes right away. If you wait till the day of your may find issues of clothes not fitting, being dirty or need to be dry cleaned.
Say No to Characters. Yes, your child might light his Toy Story shirt, but just like patterns, characters on shirts can also be very distracting.
Avoid all white or all black. Wearing an all white shirt can sometimes lose its detail in the final image, and the same can be said for all black. However, I have also had great sessions in winter with families in all black. Just stick to solid colors and your family reunion photos will be cherished for generations.
Textures are your friend. Adding scarves, hats, or belts will always add some excitement to your images.
Think classic. Your Park City Family Reunion photos will be hanging on your walls and treasured for years to come. By choosing simple, classic clothes your will help give your images a timeless feel.
One of the most popular locations for Family Reunion photos is at the McPolin Barn in Park City. This is an iconic historic landmark in Park City and everyone remembers the white barn. There are opportunities to shoot with the barn in the background, open fields with mountain backgrounds, on a bridge, next to a stream, and of course, climbing in trees. You'll see many shots from around the barn in my Family Reunion Photography photo gallery.