Photoshoot Feb 17

WANT TO BE PART OF THE MINNOW TRIBE?

Our Minnow Designs beach booties are all about keeping little feet safe while encouraging play and adventure. We’re love to see little ones getting sandy, even a little dirty and looking up at us with a massive smile. And the more little feet we see in our booties, the happier we are.

Which is where you come in. We’re looking for babies, toddlers and their parents to participate in a photo shoot. The primary requirement is that your child must be able to fit into a Minnow bootie.

 

When: Friday 3rd February.

Where: Location is TBC but it will be a Sydney beach, not too far from the inner west/CBD.

Time: We’ll have 2 or 3 sessions in the morning, depending on the level of interest – and to accommodate nap times!

 

If you’re interested in participating, sign up below and we’ll get in touch with times and location.

GOT QUESTIONS?

What are your sizes?

S – 12cm or 4.7 in (10-18 months)
M – 13cm or 5.2 in (18-24 months)
L – 14cm or 5.5 in (24-30 months)
XL – 15cm or 5.9 in (30-36 months)

 

What do I get?

The session is unpaid but you will get to keep a pair of booties and you’ll get some lovely high quality shots of your little one to keep. And hopefully a fun experience!

 

What does my child need to wear?

Whatever you’d normally dress your child in to go to the beach. Shorts/tshirt/dress/swimmers/rashie/hats are all fine. The only request we make is that you avoid black, as it tends to look quite harsh in the beach environment.

 

What do I need to bring?

Just yourself and your child.

 

What if my child isn’t in the mood to be photographed on the day?

It wouldn’t be the first time! Even if your child is grumpy and doesn’t want to smile for the camera, we can make it work.

 

What will you do with the photos?

Photos will be used on the Minnow Designs website, social media and some promotional materials. Primarily we’re after shots for social media.

 

Will you show my childs’ face?

We’re aware sharenting is a hot topic at the moment. We suggest having a look at the photos we’ve used on Facebook or Instagram. We do show children’s faces in some photos but we aim to make their feet, rather than face, the focus.