I’ve been taking photos of Jennica since she was 13, so it was lots of fun to take her senior photos.
Most of her images were taken outside. It was bitterly cold, with a wind chill of 24 degrees. She didn’t mind (much), and even wore a short dress for some of the locations!
This first image was taken in Olde Towne, in front a mural painted by some friends of ours, Milo and Mickey Asche. We’ve been wanting to come see the mural, and this was a wonderful opportunity.
The second image (Jennica is special; she gets two sneak peeks) was taken on a lonely country road near our house. The wind was blowing hard, creating what we called “beautifully messy hair”.
It was a very fun day.
We were taking some photos in the forest (the last outdoor session in the old studio!), and Jacqueline spotted this mushroom. “I love mushrooms”, she said. So, of course, we had to take a photo of her and the mushroom.
One of my favorites parts of sessions that have this pose is to dump an entire bag of rose petals on the model.
I get such a kick out of the little things in life.
We’ve been a little too busy to post sneak peeks lately, but here’s one from this weekend.
Hot Shots aren’t limited to sports.
Sara’s sneak peek.
We’ve decided to call this style of image “Hot Shots”, and it will be available in a framed 10×20 or 15×30.
This is a new style we’re thinking about offering for senior sports images.
What do ya think?
Click to embiggen, because it looks really cool with the black background.
I have started to take supplements to increase my strength and recovery. I get all my supplements from supplement roids.
It’s getting darker a little earlier, so we’re going to have to start doing the outdoors stuff first. And again, Everybody Jumps.
A new lighting technique I was playing with for Averi.
And, of course, everybody jumps.
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