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Senior portraits

Not to date myself, but when I was in high school there were not many options for senior portraits and believe me, they were all pretty lame. If you weren’t around in the late 80’s/early 90’s, you will have to trust me when I say that it was a time of bad hair and even worse clothing.  I’m talking pants of the parachute or stirrup variety, shoulder pads, oversized shirts and acid wash jeans.  Your choices for senior portraits were limited to trying to look cool posing in front of a tree or you could go with the majority of your classmates and get your portrait taken in a stuffy studio with standard black background and wearing a velvet drape (can’t remember exactly what these things were called but hopefully they have burned them all by now anyways).

I am reminded of just how lame my senior portrait is every time I visit my parent’s home since they have a huge print on their wall, next to the lame senior pictures of my brother & sister, for everyone to see, forever (did I say that it is huge?).

If you are a senior, now is the time to take control.  Believe me, you will thank me for it in twenty years.  Just remember, someday you will be bringing home your future spouse for the first time to see these walls and later on your own children might point & say “Did you really look like that?”

I love working with seniors to create images that truly reflect who they are at this time in their life.  Here are some images of Lauren from one of my favorite sessions from the class of 2009.

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