Senior year is in full swing and so are senior pictures! It’s the perfect time of year! The fall colors are peeking out and the weather is amazing! Taking time to capture senior portraits is important! Senior year like senior sessions only happen once. When the moment has past, it’s gone. No repeats. I wish senior sessions had been a more common place and affordable thing when I was in high school.
Last week when I met Ayden and his mom for his portraits, Ayden stepped out of the car looking sharp and ready to go. Mom on the other hand was a bit nervous and anxious. She said portrait time always makes her a little anxious. But I have a feeling it was due to the nature of the portraits. Senior year is a big deal. Having a senior of my own (who we still haven’t taken portraits of yet) I totally know how she must be feeling. Part of you is super excited for this moment and yet a little sad that your child has reached the launch pad of life.
Ayden was amazing. After the first few shots in our first location he was a pro. He totally anticipated what I would ask him to do next and we would all laugh asking if was sure he’d never modeled before. We only did part one of Ayden’s shoot this Fall. You see he is a baseball player and I made sure we saved some time to capture images of him on the diamond this coming Spring! So you’ll have to check back next year for more from Ayden! I know I can’t wait!!