In Category: ‘Senior Portraits’
Does anyone else find it incredibly hard to consistently blog?? Blogging is so hard for me, and I don't know why... I mean I LOVE to talk... just ask Stephen!;) But I cannot seem to blog consistently for the life of me... I started that Year of Pinterest thing, but it was really hard work... and then I tried to cut my finger off, and after typing all day at work, I did NOT want to come home and type anymore... So, I am going to try something else... a friend of mine from the Thriving Photographer Facebook group made up a spreadsheet of daily things to post to her Facebook fan page and I asked to borrow this idea. Of course, with our market being mainly high school seniors, I have changed some of the categories, but I am going to try to post something different on our fan
This guy has such a nice smile, but even more importantly, he has a great head on his shoulders! I expect great things from this young man! Good luck in all you do, D'Eric!
Allison has had 2 shoots with us, and both were amazing! She had dyed her hair brown before the first shoot, so she decided to do another shoot when she went back to her natural color. I could photograph her all day! She is so beautiful and fun!:)
Kylie is just beautiful and so sweet!! We had a lot of fun shooting her senior photos! :) Good luck in all you do, Kylie!
Another great senior!! Jose was a lot of fun to shoot, and his mom was super nice as well!! Good luck, Jose, in all you do!
Emily was such a sweetheart! Her laugh was completely contagious! Keep smiling, Emily, and good luck in all you do!
Chic Critique Forum is an amazing resource for photographers. So, Chic Critique is holding a contest with some really amazing prizes! In order to enter, I had to choose ONE photograph that I thought was one of my best... So, here is my contest entry... what do you guys think??
Katelynn was just a joy to photograph! She is so beautiful, inside and out! My favorite photo of her is the one with her rugby ball! Good luck, Katelynn, in all you do!
Shannon has been in our lives for quite a long time. She has grown up with our children, and being around her so much honestly made her like our surrogate daughter. We will miss her when she goes away to school this fall, but we know that she will be following her dreams!:) Thanks for being such a great "daughter" Shannon!!