At a crossroad, she asked, “Does the number of outfit play an important role in making a stunning photo shoot?” “And how many should I change into to achieve this result?” These were the questions put across to me by a female client that wasn’t sure about the number of outfit she could change into for a desirable stunning photo shoot. To be honest, the array of nice and beautiful clothing could give your photo shoot “the wow” effect. Even the color blend that goes with the picturesque Greek sea town could do it. But if my dexterity and experience must come into play, I would say authoritatively, without fear or favor, a stunning photo shoot that gives you that wow effect, ultimately lies with you! I Tell my client that “the wow” effect in photography is a matter of wearing whatever clothes you feel you’re comfortable in—also clothes that project your confidence. This came to bear when Doris a native Santorinian girl wanted a stunning portrait of her in Oia with 3 different clothing changes. The roof top view We were two hours behind schedule, and as the sun was descending towards the horizon, we were worried because the source of illumination was certainly going to bed—but we were in for a surprise. Sitting at the roof top, with a bird’s eye view of the sea, Doris shows off her elegance. The flawlessly fit of her pink arm and wave-like green stripe dress was second to none. While on the roof top, her posture was perfect, with her shoulder slightly pulled to one end, which added a little bit of class to the shoot. The fierce look Here’s another shoot with a different dress. With her back pressed against the white stone, Doris posture can be summed up in three words: brave, bold, and fierce. Dressed in a black and white stripe dress that projects her image and speaks volume of her confidence; Doris was graceful in front of the camera, even the sea gods would attest to the beauty and splendor that this shoot commands. Lying on the stones “A woman’s dress should be like a barbed wire fence: serving its purpose without obstructing the view.” This is exactly what the dress in this photo shoot represents. Doris wore a beautiful sleeveless red gown with her back laid on the white stones, and wore a perfect grin on her face that says it all—a stunning photo shoot. The shoots were way out of this world. Doris loved every bit of it. If I must say it all boils down to doing what I know how to do best (guess what!). I do it to suit individual’s taste, in a way that aligns with your personality. Why not come on board?