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5 Things You Should Consider When Choosing Which Photos You Want for Your Senior Session

When it comes to choosing your high school senior photos, it can be a difficult decision! Here  are some things to consider when making your decision:

  1. Choose Your Session Type

When planning your high school senior session, you first need to decide what type of  session you want. Do you want classic portraits with a more formal feel? Or would you  prefer something more fun and casual? You’ll also need to decide on the style of  clothing you want to wear. Be sure to coordinate with your photographer ahead of time  so that everyone is on the same page. If you have any specific locations in mind, let your  photographer know. They may be able to give you some ideas for great photo spots.  Finally, think about how many photos you would like. Your photographer may offer  packages with different numbers of prints or digital files.

  1. Consider your location
When deciding where to have your high school senior session, think about what type of  location would best represent you. Are you a natural outdoorsy person? Consider a  session at a park or in the wilderness. If you prefer something more urban, try a session  in the city with iconic landmarks in the background. No matter what type of location you  choose, be sure to coordinate with your photographer ahead of time so they know what  to expect and can plan accordingly. 
  1. Choose Your Photographer Carefully
When choosing your high school senior photographer, be sure to do your research. Look  at portfolios and reviews to get a sense of the photographer’s style and what type of  images they are able to capture for you. You’ll also want to make sure that your  photographer is comfortable working in the type of location you choose. If you’re not  sure where to start, fill out my contact form and we can discuss it further. 
 
  1. Scout Out Locations and Clothing Ideas Ahead of Time
When choosing a location for your senior portrait session, be sure to consider the style  of photography you want. If you’re interested in natural outdoor locations, scout out  parks and nature locations ahead of time. If you prefer studio portraits or more urban  settings, look for interesting architecture or cityscapes. As for clothing, choose outfits  that reflect your personality and style. Be sure to bring along a few options so that your  photographer can help you choose the best look for your portraits.
   
  1. Relax and Have Fun!
The most important thing to remember when having your senior portrait session is to  relax and have fun! This is a special time in your life, and you should enjoy every minute  of it. Be yourself, and let your photographer capture your personality. The results will be  beautiful, timeless portraits that you’ll treasure for years to come.

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