Posts Tagged 'high school senior portraits'
Class of 2013, now is the time to book your senior portrait experience with Enchanted Images! The summer before the senior year starts is the most popular time for senior portrait sessions. Summer dates are filling up and we are now booking in August and September. As a reminder, we have a limited number of senior sessions available for class of 2013 (only 100 sessions!). Book now to guarantee your portrait experience.
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Meet Riley – class of 2012. When she described her style as romantic, I knew this would be a great session. Riley also spends quite a bit of time behind the camera so it was no surprise she was wonderful in front of it. Hair, makeup & wardrobe and she just disappeared into each role as if acting scenes from a film. Thanks for such a lovely experience and thanks for braving the chilly creek! Some faves.
Meet Breanna, class of 2012. This was a rather interesting session in that it was our first near injury caused by wardrobe. Seniors take note, when borrowing shoes for your senior portraits, make sure they are not two sizes smaller than yours…
Those lovely boots Breanna brought were, well, a bit snug. We got to the alley, and in a very short time I noticed her face was a bit pale and she had to sit down. I looked down at the tight leather on her calves and said “We’ve got to get these boots off!” Two minutes later all was well, the color came back to Breanna’s face and…I got the shot!!
Despite this slight distraction, she really brought it to the session, wonderful expressions and acted like she had been shooting for years. Thank you Breanna for your your willingness to experiment and all your efforts.
Meet Chloe – class of 2012. A dancer, and fearless in front of the lens…Chloe was wonderful to photograph. Another example of what happens when you let inhibitions fly and get into the role. Dancers seem to excel at this and Chloe was no exception. A beautiful session, lovely hair & makeup, and fabulous wardrobe!! Thank you Chloe for all your efforts.
Meet Brittany & Brandon – class of 2012. It’s not very often we photograph twins in our studio…let alone high school senior twins! When Brittany & Brandon came to us last July(yes, we are incredibly tardy on our blogging…) I knew this session was going to be a special treat. This was the first time I photographed a brother and sister at the same time for their senior portrait session. Brittany took the reigns of course and had all kinds of ideas with wardrobe and location. Brandon was a great sport and showed us some looks for some very cool images. Thank you both for a wonderful afternoon, and thank you Brittany for braving the cold water for a great shot. Some faves.
Meet Samantha – class of 2012. We have been photographing Samantha and her sisters for a few years now, but this time we got to see a little different side of her personality. Mom and Stephanie(younger sister) came to help out, but it the show was all Samantha’s for sure. I love it when seniors are uninhibited and completely comfortable as she was. Most of the time I might as well have been invisible, Samantha seemed to just be in her own world…perfect! And again, great wardrobe and makeup…made for a great session! Some faves.
Meet Kayla – class of 2012. I just love it when seniors bring ideas. I love it more when mom (Lisa) brings the bicycle and fresh flowers to her daughters session! This was a special day for sure. We didn’t talk about this idea at Kayla’s design consultation so this look was a nice surprise and it worked really well. The light was gorgeous that day and so was Kayla. We started in the studio with that lovely sparkly top, then it was off to the neighborhood to chase some light. Thank you Kayla and Lisa for such a great experience, I really had a wonderful time.
Meet Casey. The weather couldn’t have been better to compliment the lovely looks Casey brought. And again, mom was just as excited about the session as Casey. A team effort for sure.
And then there was the floppy hat…
I think that was her mom’s idea but Casey may argue… Either way it made a beautiful addition to her session and she modeled it well.
Meet Devon. It was clear at her design consultation that Devon was excited about this experience. We talked a lot about locations and looks, but she (and her mom)were not completely decided on clothes.
I love that.
We narrowed things down to a few different looks and I sent them off with their homework. A few days later I was getting photos they took from Nordstrom emailed to me with options.
I love that too. Always happy to lend opinions when it comes to wardrobe/accessories.
Here are a few of the looks they picked out. Very nicely done Devon!
Meet Rheanna. If you have spent any time on our senior website, you might notice I love photographing dancers. Not necessarily “dancing” photos, but I love incorporating dance elements in different environments. Also, dancers seem to handle themselves wonderfully in front of the camera. Rheanna was no exception. She also had a perfect pairing of wardrobe and accessories.
We started with some dreamy looks in the studio then went out to dance in the fields. Thank you Rheanna for the adventure!