In your senior photo session, we will get dozens of formal photos for you to choose from for your yearbook photo. We will also get numerous images for you to share with family and friends upon graduation.
But some of the most treasured senior photos are the ones that showcase your activities, sports, or hobbies. These images are the reminders in years to come of the interests you pursued at this time in your life.
Your senior photo is a statement about YOU: where you come from, what you value, how you see yourself. You will want your lasting Senior images to reflect the real you – not the run-of-the-mill pretty/handsome backdrop that you have seen a thousand times.
The most common question that I am asked is, “What should we wear for family photos?”
It’s a really good question, and the answer is worth your attention. Let’s face it: you are investing in family portraits that will be enlarged and framed on your walls, sent to extended family, shared on Facebook. If you heed 3 simple guidelines, you will be thrilled to display and share the images that result.
It’s YOUR time! You’re at the top, in the spotlight, ready to roll! You want your Senior photo to show the world who you are.
Want something more than a ‘ho-hum’ profile pic on LinkedIn? Looking for a professional headshot that will help you stand out from the norm?
Family photos are often the most cherished posessions. They hang on our walls and adorn our holiday cards. They chronicle the years, incrementally reminding us of the years passed.
Pets are an important part of the family! I welcome pets in all sessions – in my studio or on location. It wouldn’t be a family photo without them.
There is nothing like the joy of a new child! From the first day to the first birthday, the baby journey is a momentous opportunity for photos.