Recently, I had the pleasure of meeting Curtis (an awesome Senior) who is interested in hunting, camping, & football at Campbell Creek Trailhead in Anchorage, Alaska (AK). We had fun setting up the shots with his bow & arrow. I told him “Go ahead & point your bow & arrow straight at me —- just PLEASE DON’T DRAW THE STRING BACK!” HAHAHHA! =) Then I continued by “I should be the only one shooting anything around here now. I’ll shoot you with a Canon, but I promise it won’t hurt!” =)
Curtis’ dad came along on the photoshoot & I had them play a game of catch for some great action shots, and also the sentimental side of Father & Son playing football. For some reason, when I tell two guys who like football to play catch, they had no problem with it at all! =) Who would’ve figured?
Curtis just recently got his photos back and was asking for a little help with choosing the best photo. These are my favorites, but I too am having a hard time choose…You tell me, what’s your favorite senior picture? They’re on our Facebook account as well…so go there and give us your favorite senior portrait(plus, don’t forget to like our page).
Just had a recent Anchorage senior pictures session with Pieter. The senior pictures turned out amazing. =) It was fun to watch as Pieter became more and more relaxed. He was really cool about trying out different picture ideas including numerous poses, jumping off a picnic table, sliding down a staircase railing, climbing a bridge, sticking his head through picture frames & even climing into them as well. I’m really glad that he was down for all of this because it gave his photographs a lot of fun & uniqueness to them. I am extremely happy with all of the different shots. And I do have to say, I love having a fisheye lens for senior pictures! It just adds so much creativity all of its own. My favorite with the lens has to be Pieter sitting down on the bridge with his legs straight out & his feet pointing different directions. I also really like the couple of shots in the tunnel where all you see is Pieter’s head & then the ridges of the tunnel, which was actually taken with a fisheye, though it doesn’t look like it.
Tell me what your favorite senior picture is…. =-)
Another of my favorites
One of my FAVORITEs! =)
Houston, we have lift off
This is like “The Spotlight’s On YOu!”
senior pic in black & white fisheye lens
Starting to climb
Diagonal line action! (Creates a sense of movement)
Classic & Relaxed =)
Down the rail
On the Bridge