Sarah is a rising senior at Waverly High School, and I am loving her senior session style! Sarah picked out her outfits by focusing on what represented her and what might be fun in her photos with The Camera’s Eye. As you can tell, she LOVES flowers.
She also loves St. Augustine, Florida and even hopes to go to college there! That’s where her T-shirt is from in the super casual and super gorgeous shot below:
Even though Sarah LOVES having her photo taken and feeling like a model, she was super nervous about her senior session
…but she soon saw that I can make it FUN!
We tried lots of different scenes and managed to get something awesome out of every single one. I had a ton of fun with her session, and even added her to my Snapchat story that day 🙂
Meet Hailey, a 2018 senior from Maine Endwell! We had an awesome senior session! Even better is the fact that I photographed her sister Erin two years ago, and I love working with the same family over the years!
Everyone has their own approach to planning out their senior photos, and Hailey didn’t spend a whole lot of time worrying about what to wear…which worked out great! She focused on choosing solids so they would stand out against whatever background I put her up against 🙂
And, for all my potential senior clients who are not thrilled abut having their photos taken…did you know that Hailey is part of your club? 😉 I promise I can make your senior photo session with The Camera’s Eye comfortable and maybe even FUN.
Slots for seniors with The Camera’s Eye are filling fast, so call or email today to book a session!
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!
Of course, one of the most frequent questions I get from seniors at The Camera’s Eye
is what to wear! You’re already bringing what you love
to the session, so why not bring what you love to wear to this session? This is the best way to make you comfortable for your senior photos.
Remember, you’re only doing your senior photos
once, so do it in the clothing you love to make sure the real YOU shines through!
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 ; )-
There is ONE major exception to my rule (ok, if we’re being technical, the absence of a rule) and that’s fluorescent brights, which are a hot trend right now. Seniors, ever wonder why roadside construction workers wear them? That’s right, they reflect and stand out. What’s more, your skin will start to reflect this color and it’s just NOT a good look for a senior session!