I have loved adding Senior Portraits to my favorites list regarding photography and have been so blessed with the seniors I've worked with.
I can't stand any of my photos looking similar to another and my goal with each session is to make the finished product reflect my subject's personality. I have only taken two seniors each year for the past few years and I'm glad I've taken it slow.
Senior Portraits document and mark a major milestone in a person's life. A high school senior stands on the precipice of life to come while closing a big section of their story so far (and other graduation speech phrases). :-) Who you are in your senior portraits is meant to be the culmination of all the experiences you have lived up to that point. It's an exciting and terrifying time because it's most likely not the same person who will be featured in later portraits. The possibilities and choices at the onset of adulthood are endless. Which is why I want to take this time to thank, congratulate and encourage my seniors from this past year. You both were so fun to work with! Below are some of my favorite images from this past year's seniors.
Meet Miss Samantha.
And meet Miss Alexandra...
I have my senior spots booked plus one this summer and am so excited! Thank you, past seniors, for the blessing of capturing you at this milestone and God bless you as you go forward! Keep in touch!
"Light makes photography. Embrace light. Admire it. Love it. But above all, know light. Know it for all you are worth, and you will know the key to photography."
- George Eastman
Stuff I wrote...