Check out Mallory, a 2018 Waverly High School senior! I’ve worked with Mallory’s family for years but haven’t seen them in a while, and it was so nice to catch up and swap stories!
Mallory didn’t come to me with anything super specific in mind for her senior shoot, which is fine! She loves having her photo taken, and I think it shows 🙂
She also shows some awesome senior photo style – keeping it SIMPLE. For starters, her favorite and most comfortable jeans!
She stuck with her favorite colors for tops, as well as her absolute favorite green dress. Noticing a theme?
The flowered dress is SO fun and flowy, which is great for all the different poses we tried out!
Thanks to Mallory for such a fun senior session with The Camera’s Eye, and best of luck to her in her last year at Waverly!
Welcome to the world, Miss Adelyn! Sarah and Jenise brought their little bundle in to me just a few days after she was born – they were back and forth a bit about doing a newborn shoot, but once she was finally here, they knew they would regret not getting the photos.
The ladies brought a few memorable stuffed items and a softball glove, but there was really no major planning…sometimes the way to do things involving a newborn 🙂
We do have babies that aren’t as fast asleep as Adelyn was – which is totally fine. That’s why we try to schedule newborn shoots at The Camera’s Eye before the baby is two weeks old, but you’ll get amazing photos either way!
Since Adelyn was sleeping away, we did a few extra shots in this ADORABLE Minnie Mouse outfit. And, as happens with EVERY newborn shoot, she left this crocheted diaper a little less white than when we started 🙂
We took our time to make sure everyone was comfortable. I have a Boppy and a wipes warmer in the studio, and we played Adelyn some lullabies – even used an app on my phone to create some soothing vibrations for her!
I absolutely loved getting to meet Sarah and Jenise and their little sweet pea. I’m so glad they had a memorable experience with Adelyn’s newborn shoot. As Sarah put it, “I will never forget how it felt watching Lisa take pictures of our new baby. It was one of those moments that you think about while pregnant, and then was coming true in front of me.”
Hoping to have Adelyn back in the studio for her 6-month shoot and beyond! Lots of love to this family from The Camera’s Eye.
Q: What suggestions do you have for makeup for senior photos? I normally wear light foundation, eyeliner and mascara with a lip color.
A: Of course you want to look your best for your senior photos! So how can you use makeup to do that? I always tell my seniors – do exactly what you normally do, with just a HINT of extra blush for the camera.
This leaves you looking like YOU, and fabulously camera ready. Don’t forget some extra lip balm or blush to add that shimmer 🙂
NOW is the time to be scheduling your senior photos with The Camera’s Eye! Contact me today so we can figure out the when and where 🙂
So last time I blogged about what to wear for your senior session with The Camera’s Eye, we covered all kinds of colors – including avoiding white when possible. But hey, aren’t there exceptions to every rule?
When it comes to senior sessions with The Camera’s Eye, I like to think of ivory and white as Cinderella and the evil stepsister 🙂 Cinderella is ivory…you can pair other colors with it, complement it, place it just about anywhere in nature and it looks beautiful. One of my favorite things to do is to “mute it down” and take a soft image.
And what about going bold with your senior session style? If it’s you, absolutely! I can place bold with any other bold colors outside to make you look great, and to calm down the colors and let you take center stage.
Since I’m an environmental portrait shooter, you’ll hear me talk a lot about how to coordinate with our great outdoors. So bring me what you have and we will make it work!
Contact me today via my website or on Facebook to schedule your 2018 senior session today!