Category Archives: Seniors

Our high school senior sessions…a great yearbook photo, but so much more

We know you look forward to your senior portraits, but the high school photography doesn’t always deliver.  That’s why we create a fantastic yearbook photo as part of our high school senior photo coverage (yup, you can use your own photographer for your yearbook picture…and get a natural, flattering image that you’ll actually want to look at)  But the best part of our senior photography is the ‘location’ session.  You pick the place (street scene, old building, railroad trestle…we love shooting outside the box),  and we’ll do a creative photo session that really captures who you are.  Plus, we offer albums, wall portraits, prints, graduation announcements… all kinds of ways to show off your great shots. Have questions, or want to schedule a session?  Give us a call…(856)858-9058, or contact us through the contact form above.  You CAN have awesome senior portraits!

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Young and honorable. Studio portrait photo session with Jay.

These shots are from a recent photo shoot with  my assistant Jodi’s ‘honorary’ son, Jay, an E4 Specialist in the Army Reserves, and longtime buddy of her son, Bryan.   Jay signed up specifically to be deployed.  He’s hoping he’ll be sent to Afghanistan.

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Headshot session for senior recital posters

I’ve been approached before to shoot images for college senior recital posters, and so I know it’s a great opportunity to get creative.   My niece Giana wanted some images to promote her upcoming senior recital at Montclair State University.  Aside from being a highly trained and talented singer, Giana is a die-hard Harry Potter fan, and so her only request was to have a shot of her reading a Potter book while lying on the beach.  I also felt that, because she has amazing hair, we needed to play that up, and backlighting is a great way to do that.  Here is the series of posters we came up with for her.

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Just shy of a smile

As usual, some of my favorite images from last year weren’t the big smiley shots, but the quieter ones, the ones that were  just shy of a smile.  I’m not sure why that is. Maybe that’s a person’s most natural, least self-conscious expression.  Or maybe it allows us to really pay attention to someone’s eyes, so we’re actually seeing a glimpse of what they are feeling on the inside.

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Tori’s high school senior portrait session

As a member of Haddon Township High School’s impressive crew team, Tori spent countless hours rowing on Cooper River.  So what better place for her senior portrait session? A talented artist as well,  Tori brought along some of her hand-crafted books to add dimension to the images.

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