Allie was such a beautiful model, I wanted to share part two of her portrait session with you! You met her in THIS BLOG, and more of her retro Hollywood glam session are below. I wanted to also share three things to think about when you begin or continue your search for your senior photographer (though I hope your search stops with me!).
1) Your style: I hope you have taken time to browse my portfolio and previous blogs, in order to see my style and posing examples! I want my styling and session design to really match what you are hoping for, and knowing in advance is key to success! I also love for my clients to fill me in on their own personal style when it comes to hair and makeup, so we can make sure we are the perfect fit.
2) What you'll use your images for: I always want parents or guardians to get involved at this point, because sometimes seniors need photos for certain things, and don't realize what their parents may want! Some parents can't wait to display large art prints or wall hangings, while others can't wait to mail off graduation announcements. Occasionally, seniors just want a great yearbook photo, and others want prints to hand out to friends. It's really important to know what you'll be using your images for.
3) The experience you want: Every senior is different, but every session goal is the same for me: an experience you won't forget. I want every client to walk away knowing they will be thrilled with their images, and that they would recommend me to a friend because of the fun they had! No matter who you choose as your senior photographer, these three things are important when you consider who might be best!