Senior photo sessions, especially this time of year, are very popular. This is how I spend most of my time except for the holiday surge of family photos. Senior photo sessions are so fun because I get the opportunity to really get to know each senior. With both of the sessions I offer, there is enough time to actually talk in between pictures and have some real conversations.
It’s always fun to hear what their plans are for after graduation. Will they go to college? Will they work for a while and live at home? Maybe they’re going to take a year off and travel. Well…whatever it is your senior has planned for right after their graduation, I always enjoy hearing about it.
But the most popular question I get after “what props should we bring to our session” is “where in the world should we take pictures for our senior session?” That is, in fact, a great question. I have so many different answers, but this question is best answered by you – the senior’s parent/grandparent/guardian.
I do learn a lot about your senior through the questionnaire I send out prior to each senior session, but you, the parent/grandparent/guardian of the senior probably has a better idea of what best fits their personality. Does your senior love the city? Or is your senior into nature and outdoorsy things? How about graffiti? Whatever it is that they prefer, we can find a fun location for them.
I have several great locations for senior sessions. So if you decide you are ready to book something, you can find me over at Paula Mason Photography. Reach out and we can chat. If you’re not sure about when and/or where, let’s exchange emails and try and pick the perfect time and spot for your senior.
Be sure to also consider what season works best for you. Do you need pictures for certain school activities or programs? Is your child involved in a sport or club that keeps them busy? Then maybe pictures during their off-season would be best. Are you looking for pictures to go on a graduation announcement? Do you want them to be wearing their cap and gown? If so, then Spring is the best time for you.
Whatever your needs are, I would be happy to help you out. Just let me know. My crazy, busy family holiday photo season is just about over, so now it’s time to start thinking about Spring pictures for your senior. Head on over to Paula Mason Photography and we can get started and book your senior photo session.
Until next time…