Laney braved the weather to photograph her Senior Session. It was COLD but we had a great time and she got some amazing photos.
Thanks for braving the weather! We loved capturing your senior portraits for you!
I got a call from Kaliee’s mom for Kailee to be part of our Senior Sensation Project. I would have loved to have that happen but, Kailee lives in NE Ohio and as much as I love to go home I could no way handle the senior images that she could have produced from her school. We decided to work out a deal and give her a special session just for her.
It was one of those hot Ohio days where the humidity just meets you when you open the door. We were excited that the clouds were also in play that day which gave us some endless lighting possibilities.
Kaliee’s mom showed up as well and we loved walking and talking with her about their life in rural Ohio and compared some notes to rural Missouri.
We photographed Kailee at our favorite spot in Ohio and she brought a long some fun clothing and a very cool hat and glasses.
Something new we started with our portraits is bringing a piece of poster board or paper and written on it is either a quote (that we can read) or a word that describes you. We are going to do something fun with this later on next year!
I posted some of these images on my FB wall but wanted to make sure everyone saw how amazing Kaillee looked and share them and her with you!
Taylor is a very earthy down to earth girl. There is one image of her that we did that the look she expressed and the background reminded me of twilight
I was so worried that this shoot would not happen as a typical day it was raining most of it. But there is nothing like an overcast day for shooting on!
Then at the end of the shoot we had some sun and rain but, no rainbow but we used an umbrella we brought along to get a couple rain shots.
Taylor brought her boyfriend, his mother, Taylor’s mom, sister and a friend. It was a fun day as we dodged weddings going on and short showers that happened along the way.
One of the fun things at this part is the big old willow tree where people for years have carved their initials into it, we had a chance to take a few images there, we did not care into the tree and learned that day that it actually hurts the tree and can cause disease it’s an awesome sentiment but to keep that old willow alive I think we should stop carving into it.
We had a beautiful day and fun meeting some new friends. Here are a few images of Taylor along the way of our photo shoot.