Check out the yellow guitar! Will brought one of his electric guitars to his senior session this weekend, and I let him just “play”. Hard as it is to “play” without an amp, he strummed and I took pictures. He was agreeable to all my ideas, and then came up with his own set up – using a brand new drop, and brand new prop. His idea, and I think it worked out great. LOVE when folks find stuff in my studio and put it together for themselves. I’d love each session to be completely unique if they could be, so barring that, having folks find what they want to use and having it work is the next best thing. I’ll just leave all my props and drops laying around for now on, ok? No need to ever clean up after a session, because if I put it away you may not know I have it! Genius…..
So here are just a couple from Will’s Single Exposure session…there will be a very full gallery, Will, don’t worry….
Will also has a full gallery of senior yearbook photos to select from, so his Single Exposure Senior session yielded him plenty of time for casual shots with multiple backgrounds AND his yearbook tux options. If you aren’t 100% happy with your senior yearbook photos, now is the time to have them redone BEFORE they are printed into your yearbook for eternity. Unlike all the other school years, your senior photo is the one most often referred to from here on out at EVERY SINGLE high school reunion – so be SURE you want to be remembered the way you are photographed.
Call today to set up a session for either a re-do of the school shot, or your own personalized casual session. Call soon – dates are booking fast and October is my busiest month of the year.