What makes a great senior portrait? A lot depends on the location, clothing, personality, photographer, and editing. Here are several senior portraits to get you inspired on what to bring, to do, or wear for your senior portrait session.
Artistic portrait of an artist featuring powder paints and a strobe.
Yes, you can bring your pets! Even big ones.
Unique location for eye-catching composition for senior portraits.
Coordinating colors of theme and clothing for an urban vibe.
Celebrate what makes you uniquely you. Bring those traditional clothes and we will put a modern spin on it.
Action shots capture the rush of your sport.
Murals and art walls like this make great backdrops for senior portraits.
We used a flashlight to paint light into this senior portrait.
Nature peeps! Get happy with some flowers and bring along a bouquet to play with.
Clothes, location, look. All 100% right on. Make sure those clothes fit you well and will look great on-location.
We can get several different looks into a single session so bring along that varsity uniform that you’ve worked hard to earn.
Do you love your car? Be like this guy and include it in your session.
Look! She’s upside down. We sometimes do that too.
We can plan an on-location shoot of your choice…
We can’t make nature bloom all year around but it sure is gorgeous when it does! Consider booking your senior portrait session in the springtime for this pretty look.
Classic indoor sessions with studio lighting results in gorgeously lit portraits like this one.
Harry Potter fans we love you! Take a few senior portraits with your favorite book.
Varsity jackets + medals = keeper of a portrait that you and your #1 fan (pssst….it’s Mom) will love.
Please bring that instrument along for a serenade.
Hats, sunglasses, and great jewelry will always add that extra polish to senior portraits.
Get comfy and let us do the work. We will even provide the blanket 🙂 Casual outfits work best when layered up.
Classic cap & gown portraits are an option too. Be sure yours arrives in time for the senior portrait session or consider borrowing one from a recent graduate.