Accessorize-- add color and interest

WHAT TO WEAR FOR GROUPS OR FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHY

“Donna Ashley has a unique talent for crafting remarkably real and beautiful portraits.  Her dedication and vision set her apart from an ever-changing field of mediocre photographers calling themselves professionals.”
       - Arthur Levi Rainville, M.Photog., Cr., CPP, API

At Eye Photography Studio, we pride ourselves in offering the highest quality imagery – from creating your personal portraits the way you want, in our studio, our outdoor session gardens or at any of the many great area locations…and then delivering a wide range of portrait offerings – digital or print.

Personal attention is our hallmark – from pre-session consultations to one-on-one assistance throughout the ordering process – we don’t leave you to struggle through on-line ordering like most photographers these days.  Years of studying and perfecting our craft will assure you of careful attention to detail, lighting, posing…all essential to a truly professional portrait.  All finished images are meticulously retouched and embellished – a lost art these digital days. 

At special times of your life, trust Eye Photography…your private, personal, professional photographer.

Donna Ashley

Eye Photography  940.872.2444

Eye Photography Studio

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In business since 1994, we're a highly-qualified., full-time  photographic studio.- experienced in various types of professional photography.


  • Weddings
  • Head shots
  • Pet sittings
  • Family portraits
  • Senior portraits
  • Lifestyle shoots

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A basic color palette and go from there.  It can help to have one person be the "Star" in the photo who carries a pattern in their outfit while keeping everyone else's outfits more simple.  You can do this with a neutral and a few colorful brights or maybe a softer palette that has different tonal ranges of the same shade.


Colors are everywhere around us and bring things to life.  Why not bring your images to life as well.   Be sure the colors you use coordinate with each other and you don't end up looking like one big rainbow family.  Choose 1-3 colors for your group portrait, ones with similar tones that go nicely together and have everyone work within that color palette.  For example:  dark green, navy, and burgundy- all dark jewel tones.  Or tan, a lighter olive green and denims - all lighter, softer tones.  If one person is wearing a print try to avoid putting someone else in a competing pattern.  When thinking about texture, choose different ones that will give the photos more interest such as lace, corduroy, denim, etc.  Avoid large logos  because again these will distract attention from the subject.  We want your faces and emotion to show.


Dress for the season and location 

Coordinate and complement but not matchy-matchy

Layers and textures add detail and depth.