Archive for March, 2013

I was so honored to take Ralynn’s senior photos! We were able to go to new locations, experiment with new poses, and incorporate amazing props (such as AIRPLANES) into this shoot. I had a great time and I am really pleased with the result. Yall take a look here:


Thank you to Ralynn, Mrs. Ramona, & Mr. Dawayne for involving me in this experience. Be sure to call me for yall’s next special event. 🙂 Readers, check back soon! Lacey’s awesome senior session is next on the blog!

First, let me start off by saying that this was one of my all-time favorite sessions! I feel this way for many reasons! Meagan was such a blessing to work with! She thought of so many ideas, brought along so many props and outfits, and it didn’t hurt that she is drop. dead. gorgeous.!

For her session, we went to several places in her hometown, bringing with us a whole slew of people. Now, I know that many photographers don’t like an audience. They complain that they can’t focus this way or that this causes the client to be embarrassed. You know, the whole “too many cooks in the kitchen” philosophy. I, however, could not disagree more! I love when clients bring along family members, friends, and helpers. I absolutely LOVED that Meagan had so many people around her that cared so much about this event that they wanted to be there to assist in any way that they could. We had people fixing her hair and make-up, throwing out ideas for posing, helping to set up props, and even holding my reflectors. The fact that we had so many people with us helped so much and made this session such a blast! Meagan was so comfortable and you could tell that she was totally being herself. You want to know why her photos are so unique and great? This is a huge reason why. 😉 (Well, that paired with her awesomeness & beauty. ;)) Long story short: clients, don’t believe the age-old temperamental photographer myths. Don’t be afraid to bring people with you to your session. I promise, I will love you for it!

Now, getting back to Meagan’s photos. I love how diverse they are. We went to so many places, put so many ideas into play, and were able to get very creative.

Okay, enough talking. Here’s the part you really came for:

 

Meagan (& Mrs. Kim & Mr. JJ & Mrs. Leigh-Anne & on & on & on) THANK YOU! I’m so happy that you asked me to take your senior photos. It was really an honor. I can’t wait to work with you all again in the future! 🙂

Readers, next on the blog is another fabulous senior (Miss Ralynn), so check back often!