4 TIPS ON HOW TO PREPARE FOR YOUR SENIOR SESSION: Tip #1
Jul 7, 2020 | By: AP Senior Portraits
Hi! Thank you for checking out “4 general Tips on How to Prepare for your High School Senior Portrait Session”.
Your senior year is a major milestone, and senior portraits are a rite of passage. There are a lot of photographers to choose from, and I want to help you make sure that you get images that you love.
Over the next few days, I’ll post a new tip. I hope that you find the information helpful! If you like the info, I’d love to hear what your favorite part is. Please feel free to pass these tips on to any friends who might find it helpful.
All right, let’s get started!
Clients ask me all the time…”When is the best time to have my senior photos taken?” And my response is always…”What is your favorite season?” If you have no yearbook deadline and can take your senior photos any time during your senior year, then choose your favorite season. This is the season that best fits your personality and allows you to wear your favorite types of clothing and be photographed in your favorite types of locations. In other words, do you love sweaters, jeans, boots, scarves, fall colors, leaves on the ground, etc.? If so, then fall is the perfect time for your senior photos. Or are you someone who loves spring? The season full of fresh flowers, green grass, warm weather, sundresses, shorts, and bright colors. If this sounds like you, then spring is the perfect season for you. However, here in Colorado, most senior pictures are due as early as September, so be sure to check with your particular school far in advance! If you cannot be photographed in your favorite season, find out if there is a way around it. A good photographer can make it look as though you are being photographed in a few different seasons, so talk with them to find out the options available and how they may accomplish the look you are after. Notice how all the images below may look like different seasons, when actually they were all taken in the summer.
I hope that you’ve enjoyed this tip! If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with me.