Recently I was watching a TV program about luxury cars and their owners. Honestly, this interview was an eye-opener for me. The entire documentary was dedicated to the “Why” of these people and the luxury lifestyle they chose to have. For them, it was all about the experience. So here is my question for you. What is a luxury experience for you? How does it make you feel when you hear the verb Luxury? What comes to mind first? Is it a pair of sassy Jimmy Choo or owning a yacht on the shores of Marbella? Or perhaps it is a romantic escape to the South of France with your best friend? For every person, a luxury experience is a different understanding, a different concept.
The luxury experience is not a necessity, rather it is a sumptuous and refinement of living, the feeling of elegance where you indulge the living that you worked for and created.
There is one thing that is the same for all of us. It is how “luxury” makes us feel at that exact moment. The positive emotions, the adrenaline rush, the confidence that we all get is when we experience luxury.
Luxury weddings are when the brides want to share their best day at the best possible way – lavish flowers, exclusive tableware and vendors that provide customer care of highest standards.
A Luxury lifestyle is when you can treat yourself with gifts that are not accessible to everyone – unique pieces of jewellery, dinner at Ritz or custom made board game.
Luxury Portrait Experience
But for now, let’s talk about the whole luxury experience of a portrait photoshoot. Why do you choose to have photographs of you only when you are a child or getting married? Well, this is something that I come across very often. And every time my question is – Don’t you want to be remembered at any other period of your life? Why not celebrate your other life milestones and create images worth owning and looking back at them with the smile.
How would we imagine the past of our ancestors if not the physical prints that have been passed on from generations with accompanying stories? Stories that actually make us imagine how it felt or smelt without having lived back then. Don’t you want to leave a legacy for your loved ones? How do you want to be remembered? Is there a photograph that you have seen and it had inspired you?
Let’s talk about it and analyse it. Book your 30 minutes consultation with me over the phone or follow the steps HERE and I’ll get in touch with you personally. Let’s discuss how would you like to be photographed.
PS These images were shot in the most magnificent English country house in Essex – Hatfield Place