Senior Portraits After Graduation

Sometimes time can get away from us but that doesn’t mean we should let a milestone pass without marking it. With the chaos of senior year planning and then adding a pandemic into the mix, senior portraits can sometimes fall by the wayside. But that’s not a problem.  Senior portrait deadlines are often arbitrary.  The important thing is having the photo, not the date when it was taken.

Graduation happened for the class of 2020.  It was nothing like any of us anticipated.  And there was still time for capturing senior portraits.  So we found a beautiful day in August and met up at one of my favorite North Park locations for this senior portrait session.

North Park – 2 outfits, 2 looks

It’s so important to have a few outfits for your senior portraits.  This gives you some variety in our images.  Why variety?  Because you might need a more formal style for your yearbook or your graduation announcement and you might want something more casual for your party invitations or to share with friends.  

High School Senior | Class of 2020

images of a senior girl in a wooded clearing in North Park.  She has dark curly hair and is wearing a white dress with flowers.

black and white images of a senior girl in a wooded clearing in North Park.  She's wearing a white dress and is looking down as she pushes her hair behind her ear.

image of a senior girl in North Park.  In the first image she's wearing blue jeans and a black teacher.  In the second image she's wearing a white dress with flowers.

black and white image of a senior girl in North Park.  She's wearing blue jeans and a black t-shirt and she's sitting in a field of tall grass.

image of a senior girl in North Park.  She's wearing bluejeans and a black t-shirt and she's standing in a field of tall grasses at the edge of a wood.

images of a senior girl.  She's wearing a black t-shirt and has dark curly hair.  She's smiling in the first image.  In the second, her arms are crossed at her waist and she has a serious expression.

black and white image of a senior girl sitting in a field of tall grass in North Park.  She has her elbow resting on her knee with her hand by her cheek.

images of a senior girl in North Park.  She's wearing jeans and sitting in the grass.  She's wearing a white dress with flowers and standing next to a tree.

But what if you can’t narrow it down to just two outfits?  No problem.  We have plenty of time during your session for more outfits.  To make the most of your time, I just ask my senior clients to let me know how many outfits and what they are.  Then I’ll create a plan the makes the most of your outfits and the location.

And if you’re wondering, “what if there isn’t a place to change?” No problem.  I bring a portable changing tent.  You don’t have to find a restroom or change in your car.  It makes the session so much easier.

Are you ready to start scheduling your senior portraits?  Do you know a senior who hasn’t marked this milestone yet?  Contact me and we can begin planning.

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