This past week, while enjoying a family vacation in Florida, I had the privilege of shooting Bailee’s senior portraits. I have known Bailee for a number of years as her and her family have been a part of several of our Honduras mission teams. It’s always fun for me to shoot students that I’ve known for a while. It was also a treat to shoot in the quaint little town of Apalachicola, FL. Here is a little sneak peek of Bailee’s session . . .
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Seniorzrock photography is gearing up for a great fall senior portrait season. We’ve booked more senior sessions this fall than we had in all of 2009. Today I got a great compliment through an email inquiry. The mother of a graduating senior said, “We’ve been looking everywhere for a ‘NOT SO ORDINARY’ photographer . . .”
There is still time for you to get your senior portraits. We’ll get the ball rolling on some “rockin” senior portraits! Send us an email at info(at)seniorzrock dot com.
Below are a few pics from Camie’s senior portrait storybook that went to print this week . . .
Your senior year in High School is a milestone in life. That is the reason you need it recorded with professional portraits. Senior portraits don’t have to look like all your classmates senior pictures taken by the school photographer. Your senior portraits can be a fun, individual experience that expresses your style and who you are. At Seniorzrock Photography we give you choices. We also try hard to make your senior portrait experience fun! If you want senior portraits that bring out the best in you give hit up our website (www.seniorzrock.com) and contact us to set up your senior portrait session this summer!
You gotta be old to remember the saying “a penny for your thoughts”. It would probably be more like “a dollar for your thoughts” in today’s economy. I know I’m revealing something of my age with that quote, but I try to “think young” (six children under age 12 will do that for you).
I posted this picture of a recent senior portrait session for several reasons. One, because I like it. Two, because my 11 year old son (and photography assistant) doesn’t like it. Three, because when I first started working in a photography studio (over 20 years ago) my mentor’s rule was, “Never cut through flesh.” Oh, how times have changed. Four, to see what opinions I can generate from it. So now it’s your turn. Tell me what you think about the composition of this photo . . .
This week I had the privilege of shooting Camie, the Seniorzrock Photography senior rep for Gaston Christian School. Camie has a great story that I may share here on the blog in the future. Yet for now, here is a sneak peek from her senior rep session . . . join our Facebook fanpage here – http://www.facebook.com/seniorzrock
This is the first in a series of promotional pieces for my senior photography business (www.seniorzrock.com). If you live in Gaston County, I’m looking for senior representatives from the class of 2011 from all of our High Schools. If you have a senior in the class of 2011 or know of a one please let them know about our services!
I’m late getting this past week’s photo assignment posted because the files were on Amy’s computer and I just transferred them today. The assignment I gave my students this week was “fill the frame.” Another way to say it would be “get in close.” What I’m trying to get them to see is that too many times we just center our subject and they are often so tiny that they get lost in the frame. As always, I go out and do the assignment myself each week. The first shot (Sundrop Logo) was what came to my mind as I gave the assignment. After I took that shot (and others) I realized it’s harder to completely fill the frame than I had first thought. I continued to a local graveyard and was successful in getting my subject to fill the frame.
For this coming week I gave my student two assignments. The could choose which one they wanted to do, but for each of the two assignments they have to submit two pictures. For any who want to “play along” the assignments were 1. Take two shots of the same subject illustrating blurred action and stopped action. 2. Take two shots of the same subject illustrating a “bird’s eye” view and a “bugs eye” view. Let me know if you “play along.”
I’m trying to get better at blogging and keeping up-to-date on my Facebook fan pages. I just uploaded a few pictures to the Seniorzrock fan page from T. Brack’s senior portrait session. I’m still booking sessions for the class of 2010 and recruiting models for our Seniorzrock spokesmodel program. Details are on the Seniorzrock website. See more of T’s photos on the Facebook fan page.