High School Seniors

High School Seniors

Your personality, your spirit, your style, and all the things that make you uniquely you.  Your senior portraits should show all these things while avoiding showing you playfully peeking out from behind a tree or reclining on a stack of hay bales like those goofy senior pictures that my wife and I have from back in high school.  That is unless, of course, you’re a hippie tree-hugger, a champion race horse jockey, or a proud member of your local FFA, in which case hugging trees and frolicking with hay may be entirely possible and expected.  When you’re ready to make some great senior portraits, just click the “inquire” link down below and we’ll get started!

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does a session cost?

For a Senior Portrait Session, there is a $150 session fee that covers the shoot itself. After your shoot, you’ll have an in-studio ordering session where you can choose from a wide array of options including conventional prints, custom framing, gallery wrap canvases, wallets, grad announcements, albums etc.  What you decide on purchasing is totally up to you, and you’ll even receive a discount on any purchases that are made at your in-studio ordering session.  If you want to get out of town – say the beach, the mountains, etc – the session fee is $650.  Local sessions last 1-2 hours and out of town sessions last 3-4 hours.  You can make as many outfit changes as you like and we’ll shoot at several different locations in either case.

When should I schedule my session?

The earlier the better – especially if you’re going to order custom announcement cards.  I start shooting seniors in the fall and I’ve even shot a few in the summer after graduation.

Do you provide the digital files, the “disk”?

The color-corrected, high-resolution files are available for purchase.  I always include web-resolution files (not printable), displaying a discreet watermark, of any image ordered as a print for sharing via email or on facebook.

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