Time for Senior Portraits

I love shooting senior photos for a few reasons. One of the best reasons is getting to meet young people getting ready to transition into adulthood.

Max Boggus [NIKON Z 6, 85.0 mm f/1.8, Mode = Aperture Priority, ISO 100, 1/320, ƒ/1.8, (35mm = 85)]

Today I just enjoyed my time with Max Boggus. Last year at this time I shot his older sister.

We enjoyed shooting these photos in the “Golden Hour of Light”. The next few weeks are prime time to do outside portraits in the Atlanta area.

Max Boggus [NIKON Z 6, 85.0 mm f/1.8, Mode = Aperture Priority, ISO 100, 1/80, ƒ/1.8, (35mm = 85)]

We did take one photo with the mask to remember this year of COVID-19. No other generation has had this as the norm during their high school years since the “Spanish Flu”.

Max Boggus [NIKON Z 6, 85.0 mm f/1.8, Mode = Aperture Priority, ISO 100, 1/320, ƒ/1.8, (35mm = 85)]

Do you have a senior? Do you have plans to get their senior photo?

Max Boggus [NIKON Z 6, 85.0 mm f/1.8, Mode = Aperture Priority, ISO 100, 1/500, ƒ/1.8, (35mm = 85)]

I like to go to different locations that are important to a senior. Take some time and think of places that mean a lot to you. Here Max is in front of his school.

Max Boggus [NIKON Z 6, 35.0 mm f/1.4, Mode = Aperture Priority, ISO 100, 1/100, ƒ/1.8, (35mm = 35)]

Be sure when you schedule your time you take lots and lots of photos. This is once in a lifetime photo shoot.

Max Boggus [NIKON Z 6, 85.0 mm f/1.8, Mode = Aperture Priority, ISO 100, 1/125, ƒ/1.8, (35mm = 85)]

Give me a call and let us plan this important time in your families life.