She plans to attend Grand Canyon University for Cyber Security. What a very cool field to go into!
I love that blue dress in the wheat field, as the wheat is still green. And then we ended at the White Tank Mountains on the road. Even though she was a little shy, we definitely still got some personality photos. I have my ways!
With photographing seniors, you truly have to try to connect somehow. And usually, it starts with me being a talkative person and just showing interest. Sometimes getting away from mom and dad also help, because they are in the conversation. As mom and dad’s we tend to want to answer for our kids. So it’s just all about a comfort thing and making them comfortable with who is behind the camera. I send you a guide all about this when you book with Memories by Candace.
Hiring the right photographer can give your senior the best experience. Connection is key! Give your senior some choice in their senior photos as well. Talk about location, if they want outfit changes, or any personal items to include in their senior portrait session. Giving them the choice can really mean a lot to them and when it comes time for the session, they really start feeling the ideas and vision that they want as well.