Senior Portraits Mean Different Things to Different People
Most people would agree that if a High School produces a Yearbook, the minimum for Senior Portraits would be the one photo in the Yearbook with the corresponding student’s name. We might all agree that particular photo would be a headshot/head and shoulders photo. But other than that:
Senior Portraits: What Is The Big Deal?
Senior Year is a Milestone. Kids become young adults. Often they are transitioning away from home by either going to college or getting a full time job. Senior Portraits document that transition.
Senior Portraits Are A Form Of Self Expression
As students become more confident in who they are, they often become more comfortable documenting that in front of a camera. We encourage our clients to choose locations and clothing options to reflect who they are and their interests.
Capture A Fleeting Moment In Time
Senior Portraits can help you remember how you felt at this exciting time in life. It is also a nice way for parents to have a keepsake of this time as well. After all, as the student transitions to more independence, parents are coping with Empty Nest Syndrome.
Maximizing The Experience
We are here to help you maximize your experience. We want your appointment to be stress free and fun! To do that, we discuss clothing and location options before your session. We will give you our best tips on preparing ahead of time. We also make sure we schedule enough time with every client to ensure we capture the very best images we can.
If you are ready to book your appointment, great! Please use our Contact Form or call the Studio directly to begin the process. Be sure to check out our Senior Portrait Portfolio for inspiration and ideas.