Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Senior Portrait Options

Here's an example of what can be done with senior portraits. I put together these samples for Britany. There are a number of different options available, if you're interested, email me to inquire about pricing.

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Monday, February 15, 2010

Britany: Senior Portraits

Most, no all, of the seniors I've shot portraits for in the last year have been students and athletes that I've had the opportunity to get to know. This shoot would be different. My introduction to Britany happened just minutes before the shoot.

What struck me about Britany right away was how comfortable she was with who she is. She's at the tail end of what's been a fantastic four years of high school. Active in volleyball and soccer, she's not coasting to the finish line as some do, instead she's considering competing in track for the first time to finish her four years at King High with a flourish. When I asked what she liked best of her four years at King, she was quick to respond, "the friends I made."

Britany was easy to shoot, very engaging in her personality and very photogenic as well, I had a great time capturing that confidence that oozed from her as soon as I shook her hand and said hello.

Thank you Britany for making the shoot seem as if we'd known each other for four years. I wish you all the very best in your future endeavors.

Britany is a big fan of the Twilight series, her bracelet holds signficant meaning...

We both got a laugh as the ice cream man walked right through our shot! It's all good!

Sunday, February 7, 2010

Amber: Senior Portraits

Amber's nearing the end of her four years of high school. She's got a great smile and a ton of personality. She's played basketball and run track during her time in high school and is a true talent.

I was delighted to shoot her senior portraits and we enjoyed laughter seemingly through the whole shoot. Usually I have to rely on my amazing jokes (that's a joke in and of itself!) to elicit laughter from a client, not so with Amber. It was a simple command: "Laugh!" and she'd bust out laughing.

As you can tell, she's extremely photogenic even when she isn't laughing. Enjoy!