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Senior Model – Noah!

Introducing Noah as one of our Senior Models for the class of 2020! He and his family have been long time past clients of ours. Noah has been so great to work with. We hope he decides to bring his adorable black lab, Moses with for his second outdoor session! 

Be sure to ask Noah how you can score with your senior portraits! 

Senior Model – Brenna!

Introducing Brenna as one of our Senior Models for the Class of 2020!

She and her family have been long time clients of ours. It’s been such a blast photographing them over the years, we can’t believe it’s already time for Brenna’s Senior Photos!

Her fun loving personality truly shines through in the images from her session. As a senior model, Brenna will also be coming back to us for a second session in the summer to take advantage of the beautiful grounds here at the studio! Be sure to ask Brenna how you can score with your Senior Portraits!

Senior Model – Eric!

Introducing Eric as one of our Senior Models for the Class of 2020! We’ve known Eric & his family a long time. We can’t believe it’s his senior year! His first session images really capture Eric’s laidback personality.

As a senior model, Eric will also be coming back to us for a second session in the summer to take advantage of the beautiful grounds here at the studio! Be sure to ask Eric how you can score with your Senior Portraits!



How to Look Your Best in Photos! (Part 1)


Tip #1 – The Right Angle

The way you position yourself – or your subject – can make a huge difference in their appearance. Avoid standing straight on to the camera. The classic model’s pose is to turn your body 3/4ths toward the camera. This allows for a much more flattering shot with a lot less attention drawn to “broad” shoulder/body pose. Additional tip…do something with your hands! Instead of just standing there, put them in your pockets, cross your arms, or put your arm on your hip. Here’s some visual examples…..

Tip #2  Hide the Double Chin

Whether you have one or not – this tip still helps slim your neck. When posing for a photo hide the double chin by bringing your chin forward and slightly angled down. The purpose of this is to stretch your neck so that you have a well-defined jaw line while hiding your neck. It might feel a little awkward – but it is more flattering, we promise. Here are some visuals to prove it!

 Tip #3 – Your Smile

Your facial expression is very important! Whatever mood you’re trying to portray – happy, sad, silly….this tip is specifically for your casual smile. Most people do the super-cheesy grin or even chuckle with their mouth open – this can be cute. However, try not to clench your teeth while smiling and instead keep your mouth slightly open and smile without showing too much of your gums is typically most flattering. Also, keep your tongue behind your teeth slightly touching the roof of your mouth…this can help tighten your neck too!

Senior Model – Claire!

Introducing Senior Model Claire! Believe it or not, Wayde photographed her parents wedding 25 years ago! More recently, Wayde photographed her brother’s senior photos back in 2017 and their family photographs this winter. Claire has been a blast to work with, her personality truly shines through in her photographs!

As a senior model, Claire will also be coming back to us for a second session in the summer to take advantage of the beautiful grounds here at the studio! Be sure to ask Claire how you can score with your Senior Portraits!

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