Be prepared...I have A LOT of favorites from this session:-) When Taylor first e-mailed me about taking her Senior portraits, I could tell just from her e-mail that she was such a sweetheart and so excited about her Senior portraits! She had already had a location in mind that she wanted to use for her session and that made me even more excited that she had a location that she loved and was special to her! This place is absolutely gorgeous and a photographer's dream! I could see why she loved this place
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I can’t believe these Seniors are graduating in just a week!! And how much fun for all of them…they will be part of the first graduating class at Glen Allen!! I had so much fun with all these Seniors and can’t wait for the next 2014 upcoming Senior class sessions! BOOKING NOW for 2014 SENIORS! September spots available. Book your spot today so you don’t miss out!!! An hour and a half to two hour session, outfit changes, and up to two locations! Can’t wait to meet you all:-) And CONGRATULATIONS again to the class of 2013!!
I cannot tell you how much I love senior sessions and especially this one! I had such a fun time with Brooke and even though the clouds may have scared us a little bit for what was supposed to be a no cloud and no rain evening according to the weather, it still turned out to be an amazing session! Clouds did hover but at least the rain decided to hold off! There were so many great spots at Crump Park to fit the "cowgirl and boots" kind of girl and I
I can not tell you how much fun I had the other day shooting this “session”. A big thank you to Miss Shannon for helping me with some promo material for Senior sessions and for some winter light practicing. We headed on over to a local park for what was supposed to be only fifteen minutes and to get two or three shots but of course that never happens with me:-) I am definitely an over-shooter as we photographers like to call it and when you have some good light and a subject that is just too much fun, I try to squeeze in as much as I can! So, what was supposed to be two to three images and fifteen minutes turned in to half an hour and 200+ images, narrowed down to about 50 images.