Senior Buzz

June 15, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

It happens every year. Time flies by, as page after page is pulled off the calendar. Suddenly a group of "kids" graduate in May before our very eyes. Before we know it they are out in the world to making their unique mark on the world. By then its too late to get those Senior Pictures you had been wanting to get on the wall, and in the announcements.

WHOA!!!!!

We can't make time stand still, but we can keep the tradition and value of Senior pictures proudly in place. While a lot of Seniors may think "Senior pictures" are  just  another couple of head and should shots, I am here to tell you... Our Seniors LOVE u s!! Why? We don't just pick a day and grab a camera. We help celebrate this special time, by asking what's important in their life!

 

Already have some senior picture ideas? GREAT!!! Stuck on where to begin? No worries at all. We can start with a few basics, and before long we will have a list of senior picture ideas that will be proud of for decades.  Have a favorite fishing hole? How about a prize winning FFA show animal? From a unique location, family farm, or Grandpa's truck, we strive to DESIGN sessions around the Senior. 

Even if you  are in a hurry, our portrait studio is set to deliver the unique senior photos you are searching for come rain or shine. No plain white backdrops here or allowed in our studio unless you are requesting a passport photo! Studio Rules!

 

 

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We are already scheduling senior photos for the Class of 2016. I simply can't believe that! Where did the Class of 2015 go? 2014? My goodness time is marching on, and I still haven't been able to get through Commencement exercises without crying. I have had some amazing people step in front of my camera lens, but Seniors are by far, my favorite group to capture. Seniors are optimistic and full of energy, ready to try out their ideals and plans on the world. Inevitably there comes a time each year, where the conversation lends itself to the reality of what it is. This is the big step into adulthood, adult responsibilities, and self reliance. I have done several split senior photo sessions, that capture images both at the beginning, and close to the end of the Senior year. It is amazing the difference only a few months can make in their faces! Comparing these images never cease to amaze me, while bringing tears to both moms and dads!

Its time... to pick up that camera, face the fact that this is their time, and its going to be okay when, not if, I cry while watching them cross that stage.

 

 

 

 


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