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Richardson TX Senior Portraits

This is the 4th post in a series about your Richardson TX senior portraits session.

We've covered the basics for your senior portrait clothing:  wear solids, create a waist, and accessorize.

Most young women want to create length for their senior photography session portraits.  By length, I mean that they want to look thin and tall.  (As I am neither thin nor tall, I can relate.)

One way to create length is with your sleeves.  Cutting off the arm at the thickest point will make your arms look larger than they are.  In other words, if the sleeves to your blouse end in the middle of your biceps, when a person is looking at the image, their eye will go to where the sleeve ends, which is the largest part of the arm.

To lengthen and thin out your arms, wear long sleeves or 3/4 length sleeves for your senior photography session.  If you really do not like your arms, then do not wear sleeveless tops.  You will not like your arms more in a photograph than you do in person.  You can, of course, wear a sleeveless top with a jacket or sweater on top to create length in the arms.

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If you have more questions about clothing or booking a senior photography appointment with Studio You Portraits, give me a call at 214.783.9691 or e-mail  I look forward to hearing from you!