Ian came to the studio last week for his senior portrait session. We did some portraits inside the studio, including the obligatory high school yearbook photos. In case you’re not up to speed with senior yearbook requirements, it really varies across the board. Some high schools will take anything, or allow any background as long as no hands or props are showing. Other high schools, including Saline High School, require the senior portrait for the yearbook have a professional backdrop. So, for that reason, we started in the studio.
After the studio portion of Ian’s session was finished, we headed outside (here at the studio) for some really cool fall portraits. I love how easy it is to create portraits both indoors and out here. Make sure to scroll down so you an enjoy some of Ian’s senior portraits that include the natural wooded area with the fall leaves strewn all over the ground!
Well, that wraps up this sneak peek. I know Ian’s family is really excited to see all the portraits we created when they come back to the studio for their ordering appointment. It’s easy to compare favorites when you can view images on a studio projection system 🙂 — and I’m here to help along the way with any tough decisions.
If you are needing to schedule a portrait session this fall, please contact the studio or call 734-424-0472. The leaves are falling, but not as quickly as I would typically expect. Or, if you want to keep things simple and plan a studio portrait session, I’m always happy to help you with that too!