High School Senior Portraits are one of my favorite kinds of sessions to do.
Big life changes come at this time of life- so capturing ‘who you are now’ in photos is important. I am often asked, “Why schedule my High School Senior Portrait the summer before my senior year? Why not in the fall or next spring?” My answer is: Your Senior year is super busy with College applications, school sports, clubs or a job. It is hard to find time after school or even on weekends. If you work in the summer, the days are long and more relaxed – and it’s fun!
I believe in creating a good experience for my clients.
Many people hate being photographed because they never liked how they looked in their photos. Guess what? It’s our job as pro photographers to make you look look good. Meet Miles. He is a high school senior and soon to be a freshman at UCONN in the fall. Here are some samples from his High School Senior Portrait below. First, his headshot in the studio. I love this one because he looks confident and happy.
Include your pets or favorite things.
I strive to I create photos for my clients that you CANNOT get from the school photographers – such as photos with beloved pets. Look how relaxed and comfortable Miles was with his dogs. It was wonderful.
He was in his element when was being snuggled and loved by his dogs!
If you will be a High School Senior next September think about calling me ASAP to make an appointment this summer. We can discuss what is most important in your life right now and what you want to capture in your High School Senior Portraits. It is a special time that is part of your personal history.
This photo is priceless and I am sure Miles and his family will treasure this one forever!
One more thing – you have the option to bring a buddy to your session at $25 extra! They will get one print of the two of you together. They are welcome to stay with you during the session for fun and moral support. (Pet dog buddies are free!)
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