I’m supposed to be at the studio capturing my own princess’s session (her first birthday) but, my baby is sick, so on my first weekend day off in months I’m finishig up holiday minis, and stringing up the lights on the last 4 of my 7 Christmas trees I hadn’t put up yet! Who wants to come help?
Meet Megan, class of 2016! Megan + her awesome Mom & Big Sis were so much fun! I’ve known her Mom & Sister from teaching @ S.W.E.A.T. for what seems like forever so
I would probably shoot at Brace’s Orchard every night if I could. The lighting for this session could not have ben more gorgeous. Eeek… I love them all! Add to that I got to hang out with three fabulous ladies, it was a perfect night!
Best of luck in your final year of high school, and all that you do, Alyssa! Knock em dead 🙂
For some reason the first thing to fall to the wayside when I get swamped is this poor blog! I promise once I make it through these pregnancy complications, our house move, the studio move, and the holidays I’ll get caught up on posting the enormous amount of fabulous sessions I’ve been shooting lately! Believe me, the lack of posts do not = lack of sessions… I’ve been shooting 6-10 a week, and I normally only take 2-3 clients a week in a normal season. Fall + holiday =
I just love the amount of variety I can capture with seniors. They are young, and resilient, so I can make them work longer 😛 These are just a few of the many, many images that I absolutely love from Scott’s combo studio/outdoor session. I typically schedule seniors for two-hours, and attempt to get in 2-3 locations for them. I have an over-shooting problem anyway, but with seniors I believe this session marks such pivotal point in their lives. I want to capture as many different angles,
I have said it before… and I’ll say it again. I have the cutest clients EVER! Miss A here is a gorgeous senior that came in and spent a freezing cold & snowy day with my at the studio last month. I love, love, love senior portrait sessions. They are super fun, and full of options/variety. This beautiful lady brought me all sorts of fun outfit ideas, her cross country medal, and even bundled up so we could go play in the snow… and it was C-O-L-D! She was a trooper, and her
Miss Hayley came in for a 2-hour combo senior session. I absolutely insist on scheduling my seniors for 2-hours. I love to be able to take the time and really capture some variety for them, both in location & outfits. It is after-all documenting a monumental year of a young persons life. Hayley, her boyfriend, Mom & Dad were such fun to work with! We had a great time, and in my opinion the outcome is GORGEOUS! We ended up in 4 different spots, with loads of variety, as you can see.
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