You’ve finally done it! You survived 4 years of school (or maybe more if you’re in college and changed majors once or twice – no shame there!) The pandemic really threw the Class of 2020 for a loop so it was even more important to get senior pictures done. The options are endless for what we can do! We did Chloe’s first session in front of her high school with her family. Since her sister wasn’t able to travel, they brought a picture of her so she could still be included in the pictures. Seriously such a good idea! Also, Chloe’s dad gets the award for most comedic client *ever*. I could barely snap pictures because he kept me laughing the entire session!
A confetti or glitter blow is always a cute shot to get. (I always have some in my car in lots of different color options)
We got a picture in front of the sign announcing the graduates – and the school spelled her last name wrong. Seriously?! How does that happen. Chloe also brought a baby picture to show how much she’s changed in 18 years! We headed up to the road to take a picture in front of the sign (mom told me they had an identical one of her cousin, so we got to recreate it!) Giving me all The Breakfast Club feels. #Dontyouforgetaboutme
A couple weeks later we did a prom session since she already had her dress and didn’t want it to go to waste. Very Beauty & The Beast vibes going on. I loved how romantic these turned out. They brought a Class of 2020 balloon. Big 2 0 balloons would be super cute too! (and they don’t need to have helium in them)
Chloe said she felt so glamorous. She got her hair and makeup done for the pictures too. Don’t skip any of the important steps!
February 25, 2021
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