Monthly Archives: March 2017

The light was warm, but the temperature was not for this senior portrait session

We photographed this senior girl in the fall at Thomas Reservoir. The late evening light was warm, but the temperature was not, so to keep her from getting too miserable, we had to work kinda fast. She never complained, but she had to be freezing, because  she wasn’t exactly dressed for comfort. We walked around and hit a few different locations around the water, but after about a half hour the goose pimples were starting to show. A senior portrait session usually goes for around two hours or so, but we wrapped this one up in record time. Even though we didn’t shoot long, we got enough variety for her yearbook photo. They also picked out a selection of gift prints for her friends and family, and a nice sized wall portrait for mom and dad to enjoy while she is off to collage. 

elihant high school senior portrait

eligant portrait of senior girl  high school senior yearbook photo

Posted in Senior Portraits

Senior Portrait Day – We’re Bringing the Jeep

I asked if they were bringing any props to their senior portrait day and they said “yes, we’re bringing the Jeep!” And I said “awesome!” I was pretty excited because I love Jeeps and I haven’t photographed a senior in a Jeep in quite a few years. Even back then the Jeep didn’t belong to any of us, we just borrowed it from someone in a local coffee shop. We also managed to score full access to a flower shop and a firetruck that day. You’ll just have to see for yourself. (click)

To be able to look back in your senior portrait album 20 years from now and see some photos of you and your old ride, I think would be priceless.  

So if you’re lucky enough to have something as cool as an old Jeep, pickup truck, hot rod, or firetruck, go ahead and bring it…or maybe we can just borrow one.

Erie high school senior with jeep on a fall afternoon

senior boy enjoying a fall day

Erie high scool senior boy in erie co with Jeep on a fall day

Senior portrait of guy with his Jeep in the background

Posted in Senior Portraits