“It’s one thing to make a picture of what a person looks like, it’s another thing to make a portrait of who they are.”— Paul Caponigro
As high school seniors, your last year of high school is a truly eventful time and with so many things going on. You’re are ready to conquer the world, but are still finding out who you are. You’re excited that school is almost over, but may be a bit hesitant to leave the comfortability of your friends and family. It can be overwhelming.
Rest assured, this period doesn’t last long. But it is a period in your life that molds you and marks the end of adolescence.
But before you start planning your world domination, you should start thinking about your high school senior portrait session as soon as your junior year ends — if not earlier.
As high school becomes a distant memory, it’s easy to forget who you really are at this time in your life. Are you artsy? Maybe a jock? How about introspective and a deep thinker? Do you want to take on the world, or do you want to simply see the world?
Oh sure you can get a senior portrait of you looking at the camera in your newly acquired Kohl’s ensemble. But it’s even better to have images that genuinely highlight who you are right now?
I will work with you on planning a an amazing portrait session that reflects your personality, your passions, your dreams … an authentic visual memory to remember one of the most amazing years of your life.
We’ll choose just the right looks for each of the areas we’ll be shooting in, utilize amazing natural lighting and studio lighting in a variety of settings, and we’ll have a great time and a lot of laughs along the way so we can see your personality come through.
I let you be you, while showing the rest of the world a side of you they may rarely get to see. Let’s give them something fun and adventurous. Or maybe we want something a little more sophisticated and fashion based. Either way, you’ll give your parents some authentic and timeless looks they’ll love for a lifetime.
Don’t let the person you are now fade into a distant memory.