This week Whitney is starting school as a high school senior and I had the pleasure of photographing her and creating some beautiful senior pictures. Here’s a sneak peek of her session.
She has such a great and captivating smile, she was a blast to work with. We did a full Senior Mix Session, meaning we shot multiple outfits, created both in color and black and white, used multiple backgrounds including inside the studio and outside in the studio gardens, and used a mix of lighting styles from fashion to beauty to classic.
This wall trio above is one of my favorites. Her eyes pop and her personality really comes through. I love telling a story in three images.
And her close ups, like the one below are superb. I really like her smile in this, and how her outfit works so well and is set off by the funky brown background.
Senior photo shoots should always include images that say who you are and what you like to do. Whitney plays the piano, and here at the studio, I have a baby grand just for photographs. Here are some of those images. Whitney is also a dancer, and those images are coming along with many others.
I have many more images to show from this shoot, but for now I’ll leave you with this beautiful outdoor portrait in the wind, taken in the studio gardens.
If you are a high school senior and especially if you are a friend of Whitney’s, I can create some amazing portraits of YOU, and right now is the BEST time to get in for some senior portraits! I have some awesome promotions going on, plus the weather is great for outdoor sessions.
Here’s what to do:
(1) Call me at the studio to set up a time, ask any questions you have, and to talk about some fun ideas for your shoot, 801-728-3317.
(2) Start thinking of fun outfits you may want to bring, maybe go shopping for a new outfit or two, and most importantly, don’t forget some props that say something about you, like wake boards, a basketball, musical instrument, skis, motorcycle helmet, dance shoes, …anything!
(3) Bring your mom or a friend to the shoot so they can be a part of the whole experience.
(4) And don’t forget your iPod so that you have your favorite music playing during the shoot.
I will post more images from Whitney’s shoot soon! Keep tuned in!!