Natural Senior Portraits
How do you want to remember your senior year of high school?
Graduating high school is a huge milestone. You have come so far, learned so much, and have so many choices ahead. Senior photos shouldn't add to your worries, right? Senior photos should represent who you are now and your personality. I like to keep it real and natural.
What to Wear
Be comfortable. If you normally wear jeans and a t-shirt, wear that to your shoot. Wear clothes you love, clothes that fit who you are, and clothes you want to see in your photos. If you want to have a clothes change, wear something more formal: a favorite dress, a fun tie (if you're a guy). Wear clothes that are "you."
You can have casual, cozy, dressy, school-related, sports-related, preppy, or edgy outfits. It's up to you, but I would avoid big logos, profanity, and really busy looking clothes (like mixing plaids and stripes or something like that.) You could ask your good friend about your outfits and what looks flattering on you.
What to Expect at the Shoot
Come a few minutes ahead of time and we'll look around the area. I will ask what you think of different areas and direct you on where to stand, where to look, and start making portraits. We'll work together in the shoot and have a fun time. I usually spend about an hour for the shoot for one location and will take a ton of photos with lots of variety.
If you want to bring an instrument or ball or something to the shoot, bring it. I've had many clients bring their string instruments and play for me while we shoot. It's part of how they are and fun to add to your photos!
Cap and Gown
The cap and gown shots are iconic of graduation. These are fun to have too.