Guide to Senior Photos

June 05, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

Your senior photos should capture who you are. The best of who you are. That's why you want to work with someone who's experienced in setting up the most flattering poses and using the most interesting light, and then offers the prints and products that you want.

There are a couple of differences in how we shoot guys and how we shoot ladies. Please read on.

For the Ladies

Hair and Makeup

We have coordinated with Hair and Makeup artists to offer you professional quality and absolute convenience. Just let us know that you would like to add hair and/or makeup and we will coordinate everything for you.

Posing and Style

We will go over everything with you at the shoot to make sure we use poses that flatter your appearance and that you know what to do and make sure you feel comfortable.

Wardrobe and Props

We encourage you to bring a change of clothes if you want, and anything meaningful that you might want to have photographed with you. A pet, a musical instrument, a sports uniform. We want to see who you are in the photos, and props can really help make that work.

 

 

For the Guys

Some guys are a little more hesitant about getting their photos taken. Some guys think it's more for girls and they just want their yearbook photo and they're done. That's fine. But what if your photographer was a special ops recon photographer with a background in photojournalism who shoots in an editorial style. Does that change things a little? There's nothing wrong with guys getting their photos taken, they just want to do something cool.

What to Wear

We recommend you bring a change of clothes. That way you can have something a little formal, and something a little more casual.

Props

Feel free to bring your dog, your guitar, your car, your football helmet, or anything else that represents who you are.

How to Pose

We will work with you to make sure you feel comfortable in front of the camera. Most people don't have a lot of modeling experience and don't know how to stand. So we will go over everything and make sure you know how to rock your shoot.

 

 


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