Monthly Archives: June 2011
Jenna’s session was touch-and-go for a while. Several storms came through Dublin yesterday afternoon and we weren’t sure if they’d let up by the time of her appointment. Normally we would just do the studio images and re-schedule the outdoor ones, but she wanted only an outdoor session. Luckily, the storms blew past just in time for us to have a beautiful evening with wonderful light for her senior portraits.
First you can check out her video slideshow:
And now for a few more portraits. I love it when seniors will “go creeking” for their pictures.
Did I mention the light was gorgeous for these?
This field of grasses looked beautiful.
Yes, it’s the same photo, but this time in color.
Leave a comment and I’ll be sure to let Jenna see it.
We had a great time with Sam for his senior portraits the other day. We photographed his sister a couple years ago and we had been looking forward to Sam’s session.
For this session we started out in the studio, as usual, but then went over to his place for portraits in their music room and on their property. It’s wonderful when we personalize the sessions like this.
This first photo is one of my favorites:
Here’s his slideshow with a few of his portraits:
And now for some more pictures:
This next one is my favorite of the session:
This is another favorite:
We finished the session with the kitty.
I hope you enjoyed these and be sure to leave a comment.
Jordan is one of our very last seniors of 2011. His brother was here a couple of years ago so they decided to come back to us. I love it when people come back. Check out his slideshow:
Matt is our last Senior Spokesmodel of the year, and we’re so glad he made it in time. He’s involved with band at his high school and is really looking forward to his senior year.
To start out, we have his slideshow of some of his portraits.
And now, for the photos. We started out in the band room at Dublin Coffman High School. The walls were kind of ugly, but luckily they had acoustic curtains that worked great for a background.
For the next part, we started outside at the park. I really like how the light looks in this next one.
This one is by one of the many old cabins scattered around Dublin.
And another one by the cabin.
I really like the lines in the fence.
Then we headed inside for studio portraits.
This blue “grungy” background is one of our most requested backdrops.
We finished up on the white.
Leave a comment below and I’ll make sure Matt sees it.