Thomas Wayne Photography specializes in family photography for the entire Grand Strand, including Myrtle Beach. We offer luxury beach photography at unbeatable professional rates! Our licensed professional photographers are trained to work with all age groups, including small children.
What is luxury Family Photography?
What is “luxury family photography”? Simply put, luxury family photography isn’t about the price, rather it’s about the experience. When you come to Myrtle Beach for vacation we understand you’re only here for a limited time. Therefore, it is our goal to provide a fun, comfortable, and delightful family photo session. We have made it as convenient for you as possible to have your family portraits taken while you’re on vacation here in beautiful Myrtle Beach.
How to book a session
Booking a session with Thomas Wayne Photography is easy! Check out our website to get a general idea of what you are looking for. Then give us a call! We will figure out what will work best for you. Planning to book a wedding? No problem, we have everything you could need! We have chairs, arches, photographers, officiants, and all of the little things in between.
What to avoid
You may find yourself asking, What is good for pictures on the beach? Or, What should I bring to my session? We’ve got you covered! Here are a few things to avoid when planning your session.
Don’t wear any neon colors! Everyone loves to wear bright colors to the beach, but wearing these colors actually have a negative impact on the pictures. Always stay neutral when picking colors to wear to your session.
Should I bring anything? It is always recommended to bring a towel on your session, especially if you have children. You never know when your child might get just a little too close to the water.
What about props? Always ask your photographer if it is okay to bring certain props. Props are usually great for pictures but do you really want to bring your child’s toy box to the beach? The answer is no, we want everyone’s full attention when at the session. Distracted kids don’t want their picture taken.