Parents Guide to Senior Photos

June 05, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

As your child grows up you take for granted the hugs you get, and the little drawings that show up on your desk. When they start their senior year in high school you realize they're not going to be there much longer. Whether they're going off to college, getting a job and moving out, joining the military, or getting married, you know they're not going to be around forever, and that can make you feel kind of empty; kind of sad. The one thing you can do is get some photos of them to hang on your wall and remember them.

You need to find a photographer who is going to capture your son or daughter as they are, to really capture their personality. You need to find someone with the experience to get the right expressions, the ones only they do. Someone who can put them in the right poses and in the right lighting, and who provides the kinds of products -- prints, canvases, metal prints, digital images, that you're looking for.

What you need to know about the session

You are more than welcome to accompany your son or daughter. But it is important to know that sometimes its okay to take a step back. If your senior feels like they're crowded or there are too many people watching them or giving direction, they may not be able to loosen up and they might look a little stiff in the photos. We want them to relax and really capture their personality.

After the session we will set up a time to look at the photos and figure out what prints you would like. We will look at wall portraits, gift prints, and digital products.


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