When I had my own high school senior portraits done an unspeakable number of years ago, options were limited to going to a studio, and doing two photos. One in a cap and gown, and one in a suit and tie. That was it. Luckily the options today are not nearly so limited. When I[more…]
In addition to changing leaves, sweaters, and watching people get excited about pumpkin spice everything, my favorite thing about fall is senior portrait photography. Cole and his mother came to me a few months ago with some photo ideas. Cole is from Wisconsin, and really wanted to get some photos that captured the Colorado[more…]
Senior photos entail everything from head shots, to environmental portraiture and action photos. They need to be flattering but also reflect the individual’s interests and personality. [ngg_images source=”galleries” container_ids=”130″ display_type=”photocrati-nextgen_pro_mosaic” row_height=”300″ margins=”5″ last_row=”justify” lazy_load_enable=”1″ lazy_load_initial=”35″ lazy_load_batch=”15″ display_type_view=”default” ngg_proofing_display=”0″ captions_enabled=”0″ captions_display_sharing=”1″ captions_display_title=”1″ captions_display_description=”1″ captions_animation=”slideup” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]
I had the pleasure of photographing Erin for her Senior Photos back in 2006. A while ago I got a call from Erin’s mom about photographing her brother, Ryan, for his Senior Photos. I suggested bringing the entire family along and doing some family photos. This was the result.