Chris is an amazing kid. He actually wanted some of his senior portraits with books because he is a voracious reader. He also loves to play jazz on the piano.
I was blown away by his intelligence and drive to succeed. He plans to attend college and study physics or some other scientific/mathematical subject. He hasn’t quite decided.
Here are some things Chris and his mom had to say about the session:
Why did you come to our studio? Referred by a friend
How would you describe your session? The session was very comfortable and fun. The pre-planning helped to make it so comfortable.
If you could do your session over again, what, if anything, would you do differently? The only thing that would have made it better would to have done them in spring or summer.
You may have seen portraits taken by someone with a camera who is not a professional. Comparing them to yours, what advice would you give to a friend who may think a snapshot is “good enough”? Professional portraits are worlds apart from snapshots.
What would you tell another parent who is considering senior portraits with us? Worth every penny!
Chris and his mother would have preferred to have their session earlier in the year. This is why I suggest to every senior and parent to get this done before their senior year starts. Once school starts, it gets busy and it’s hard to find time to do your portraits.
Chris reading a book
Playing Jazz on the piano
Leaning on the swinging bridge
Sitting on a rock by the river
On the steps
By the river and mountains
Leaning on the brick wall
Reading in the park
Thanks for reading!