It rains in Tallahassee A LOT. Pretty much everyday there is at least a small rain shower somewhere in our area. For a location photographer, its kind of a nightmare! But sometimes it can absolutely work for your advantage. Sam’s senior portrait session was one of these times. Looking up the beach, it was a bright sunset, looking down the beach it was a dark dramatic sky- so Sam’s session was fast to avoid the storm, but I love how different the looks are!
High school sweethearts, Ashley and Danny, had me meet them at Dorothy B. Oven park to get some beautiful images before they headed off to dinner and prom. Poor Ashley isn’t one to be the center of attention, so it was tough with both families there excited and snapping photos!
Sometimes a teen really knows what they want to do with their life. For Justin, he wants to be a pilot and he’s already taken flying lessons! I am so impressed with this teen who so clearly knows what he wants for his future. What better thing to do then, for his senior portraits, but to include that passion?? Plus, photographing airplanes in a hanger and on the runway is super cool!
One of my favorite things in doing a location session is to use a location that has special meaning to my clients. For Brittany’s senior portraits, this meant the St. Marks Lighthouse where she spent a lot of her childhood. I love that we are able to capture her senior portraits in a place with such meaning, and it also doesn’t hurt that its a gorgeous place!
I have been photographing Sabrina’s family for years now, so of course I was overjoyed when they called to book her senior portrait session. Sabrina is so much like her mom– they are both incredibly kind and thoughtful, easy to laugh and lots of fun to be around. Sabrina has the most amazing vocal talent and I am so excited for her to set out into the world and see where music takes her!