Monthly Archives: April 2012
Madison is a friend I met last summer on our church’s youth group mission trip in Pennsylvania. We were on the same work team. I was thrilled when she decided to become one of our first senior reps for the class of 2013. What that means is that if you get a card from her (or tell us she sent you) when you have us photograph you for your senior portraits, you can get some free prints.
The weather was really cold and icky on Saturday when she was here, so we decided to do most of her session in the studio. We managed to go outside for a few images but it was pretty cold. We’ll do more outdoor portraits once it warms up a little more. For now, take a look at her slideshow and see a few portraits below.
Daniella had originally decided to not have her portrait in the yearbook, but recently changed her mind. She made an appointment saying that she needed her senior pictures quickly. The session was yesterday afternoon so we got them up this morning so she’d have a chance to make her decision.
As usual, first we’ll show you the slideshow and there will be a few pictures below.
This next one is my favorite from the session:
Thanks for looking!
Sometimes people come in expecting their senior portraits will be a chore. We hear this a lot and by the end of the session we find out that most people actually have fun with their sessions. That’s kind-of how Dan felt last week. It turned out that it wasn’t nearly as awful as he thought it would be. ;-)
We had a beautiful day and we took advantage of it. Take a look at his slideshow below and then leave a comment.
These are in the slideshow, too (along with others), but these are a few of my favorites:
This one has a “cross-processed” effect on it. This effect changes a few of the colors.
On this next one you can see what fantastic weather we had.
I just really like the next two:
I met Ruth about a year ago on a summer missions trip with our church youth group. I was excited to photograph her senior portraits and we had a great time the other day. As usual, we started out inside and then went outside to the park. We’ll start with the slideshow: