It's ramping up to become a very busy fall and winter photography season for me this year, and I couldn't be more pleased! From pop-up events to another awesome giveaway, I've got some really fun stuff coming up! So let me give you the 411 on all my upcoming projects for the rest of 2016! (411... Wow, I haven't used that phrase in a long time. Did I seriously just date myself with that one?)
I absolutely loved working with the stunning Maria from Alisal High for her senior portraits. Scheduling your senior session can sometimes be a little tricky, because we're working with the school yearbook's deadline. Those senior photos (and quotes) need to be submitted on time to make it into the yearbook! But thankfully Maria called me with plenty of time to have her favorite portrait turned in.
Like many high schools, Alisal High has particular guidelines that we need to follow for choosing a yearbook photo. It should be a closely cropped portrait of your face, not a full body pose. But during my senior sessions I love to get a variety of all types of poses. After all, you only get to submit one photo to your school yearbook, but you can order as many other photos for youself as you want! I always recommend ordering one of my Senior Collection print packages that include plenty of wallet-size photos. Wallet sizes are great for giving to friends, as well as including inside your graduation announcements to extended family.
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