Principal Heath Georgia stated this class is all about pride, talent and challenging themselves and others, pushing the envelope just a enough to make them outstanding in the future.
I had such a blast with this family photo shoot with two-year-old Violet and her parents!
This 2018 senior below loved the pattern of this shirt and the colors…but they were hidden by all the white in the shirt. White is a standout color (ok, if we’re being technical, it’s actually the absence of color) but it draws the eye like no other! … so I simply played off that little pop of color by surrounding her IN that color 🙂 Wear what you LOVE and let me do the rest : )
The lovely lady below, who is from Athens High School and happens to be continuing her softball career in college, is one of the 2017 Seniors who dreaded her session. Nearing the end, she put on a dress she and her grandmother went shopping for together. She was in love with it and her smile reflects how she feels. Do you think someone who dreaded their senior session could strike a pose like this out of their back pocket? Probably not… but in the right clothes and with the right mindset: Eureka! This is a pretty dynamic picture of her! Thank you Aubrey for letting me use this example ; )-
I love, love, LOVE working with this family! You may remember Amy from her son Henry’s newborn session with The Camera’s Eye last year. At 16 months, it’s hard to believe how grown up he is – along with the rest of the kids!
In Amy’s own words:
“Jack is the big brother everyone hopes for….. smart, kind, overprotective of his siblings, and turning into such a handsome boy.”
“Liv is my clone! Anything I like she loves, but then every once in a while she amazes me with her own talents and interest. She is a sewer and an outstanding swimmer. In all actuality this 9-year-old beats me at my own game. She is sooo creative, smart, athletic, respectful and, most importantly, kind.”
“Sam, our wild 6-year-old, will always be the life of the party. His eyes and sweet grin show that charming personality.”
“Hank, our surprise, is 16 months old. The biggest surprise to all of us in the family is how much love we all can have for one little bundle of joy. The kids dote on him and John and I are amazed every day how his addition to our family was exactly what our family needed. ”
Congrats to Amy and John, who are celebrating 12 years of marriage this summer – I hope to do many more family shoots with them in the future!
Oh, and since I get a lot of questions about what to wear for a photo shoot: Amy chose the family outfits based around Olivia’s yellow skirt. The blues, grays and yellows you see elsewhere match the colors that appear in that skirt. Love the simple and classic matching style – just a little bit of color to pop the photo, but not enough to distract 🙂
It’s senior season at The Camera’s Eye, and I’m getting tons of questions about what a senior session is like, what to bring, what to wear – and lots of high school seniors who aren’t too sure about the camera!
Two of the five high school seniors pictured in these photos DREADED their photo session. They were only there for their mothers. Can you tell who they are?
Doubtful! They were so caught up in doing what they love that they TOTALLY forgot to hate the camera 🙂
This is one of my favorite parts of senior sessions with The Camera’s Eye – seeing who YOU are and what YOU love.
Meet Kaya, a rising senior from Newark Valley, NY! She is part of the New Visions program (run by Lourdes and BOCES) and is planning to pursue a career in health care. And, making her senior session with The Camera’s Eye extra fun, Kaya is a big fan of America’s Next Top Model!
For all the senior guys out there wondering what a senior session with The Camera’s Eye is like, check out this recent shoot with RJ from Owego!
RJ wasn’t eager to have his photo taken at first, but by the end of the session he was surprised how easy it was – and how much fun we had!
Just have to share this fave shot from a recent senior session with The Camera’s Eye! This is Julie, a rising senior from Athens, PA, and a TOTAL sweetheart! She normally wears glasses, and we did some photos with glasses and some without.
She looks incredible either way, and her eyes really stand out to me in black and white! Love meeting all you seniors who are willing to try new things in your photos 🙂
To find senior session outfits, Logan went shopping with her grandma and sent pictures of the outfits she liked to her mom 🙂 I love what she chose – tops with details that add interest without distracting from Logan, and most importantly – clothes that make her comfortable!
We worked on matching the outfits to our gorgeous outdoor backgrounds…
…and it’s clear that Logan is born to be outdoors!
Loved this recent senior session with Luke, a rising senior at Owego Free Academy!
I’m almost shocked I got some photos of him being serious, since he’s all smiles and laughter:
And of course I have to share some behind-the-scenes…I always tell my seniors that I cannot promise to keep you CLEAN, with all the trekking around we do outside. In this case, I could not promise to keep Luke “splinter-free” – he was attracting every splinter possible, no matter which piece of wood I’d lean him up next to! Here are his girlfriend and dad helping out – lots of smiles and laughs here 🙂
Summer is waning and classes are starting – contact The Camera’s Eye to reserve your senior session and have some laughs TODAY!