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Just a couple of senior portraits I did for my lovely girlfriend, Sarah. I really wish I could have been back in Milton more so I could have done senior photos.
I've been so busy at school that photos have taken somewhat of a backseat. Things in the future: Finally going to do part 2 of A Fight With Darkness (we hit a snag when we went to do the shoot), uploading some more film, then shooting as much as I possibly can over my month long break for Christmas (I have some neat ideas).
My granddaughter is graduating high school this year.
I took my niece's senior portraits. They turned out great. She is a beautiful girl. I really liked this one in her softball uniform.
This is at Osage Hills State Park in northeastern Oklahoma. The fall colors are really pretty right now.
My daughter talked me into doing her senior portraits myself. After getting a few tips from friends I decided to try it. These were all shot using an relatively inexpensive Impact 42 inch reflector. I all of these cases, the sun was behind her and a reflector was used to reflect natural light back onto her face. It was really pretty easy. However, I have to admit, that it helps to have a pretty model. I guess I might be a bit biased since I'm her dad.
I had the opportunity to photograph my beautiful cousin, Madison, for her senior portraits. It was great to spend time together just the two of us!
I took these portraits for a friend who will be graduating from high school next month. We went to Lake Tahoe on a very overcast day and unfortunately I do not have a flash or other lighting at this time. Comments are appreciated, thank you.
High School senior portraits are VERY different from when I was in school, half a century ago. When I had my photography business the one kind of work I would not do was 'senior pictures'. If I had the opportunity today, with they style currently in fashion, I definitely WOULD do them.
This is my beautiful friend, Julianna. We graduated high school together in May of 2009. Julianna never got her senior portraits taken, so she asked me, a lover of the art of photography, to take her portraits. We went to Downtown Annapolis and Belair Mansion in Bowie, Maryland to take a bunch of pictures for her and her parents.
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A DigiBee 800 was positioned to her left side for a trace of rim lighting. It was fired into a small Chimera strip bank. Triggered with a Pocket Wizard.
Canon 6D and Sigma 24-105mm f4.0 Art lens.
Engineer Ron McGregor looks forward to retirement from the porch of GTW SD40-2 5944.
Carli was so much fun to shoot! She was full of great ideas and creative poses. I hope you enjoy this set of senior portraits!
work in progress - nupastel on grey colourfix paper 22" x 27"
In Laguna California, Senior Portrait Shoot