Senior portrait sessions have such fun and carefree energy, I love being a part of them. Caroline was the epitome of fun and carefree – and it was a delight having her in front of my camera for her senior portraits. What’s even more special is that Caroline came as a referral from a previous bride, which means the world to me. Caroline’s mom works with this client, so she told her I also do lifestyle photography, not just weddings. It’s always an honor to be recommended for life’s special moments!
Caroline and I headed to Fisher Farm park in Davidson, North Carolina, to chase some gorgeous afternoon light. She was so vibrant and full of joy and not afraid to be herself for her senior portraits, which was so special to witness. I loved all the intentionality she put into her wardrobe selection. From dressy to casual, with a dose of “senior” staples like a cap and gown and letterman jacket. She really was a trooper for wearing heels in the grass and dirt! I always recommend bringing at least two outfit selections to your session, but three or four is ideal. This will ensure you get the shots you want, while also being prepared for a variety of looks.
Your senior year is such an exciting time as it closes one chapter while another one opens. I remember how bittersweet my senior year was, so it always is a treat getting to be a part of yours. Caroline, I wish you all the best as you venture into adulthood! Auburn University is lucky to have you, and I have no doubts you’ll have the time of your life!
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