I had a great senior portrait shoot with Joe. We traveled around Erie hitting up several of my favorite locations in town to get a nice variety of looks for their slideshow and senior portrait album. Erie is a pretty old town that still has a lot of open space that makes for really nice sundown portraits, so we saved that time for the car shots. We did this part of the session a sweet looking 1935 Chevy Roadster. We had to do a little off road driving to get to this semi remote location, but we figured that the Roadster was born for dirt roads and that it probably felt right at home on the dirt.
I really enjoy photographing musicians, so I begged to do a quick studio session with Joe and his sax to finish off the day. It was getting late and I didn’t want to take up too much more of his time, so we made that portion of the shoot pretty snappy. I’ve been known to take the shot then yell out ” just one more shot!”. I know I have a problem and I have been working on it. My name is Tim and I’m a shot-a-holic!
I really enjoyed my time working with Joe and his family. I had a great time and I’m proud to show off his senior portraits that we made right here in our own home town of Erie.