Last Day of High School! A Senior Throw Back!

Today is Tiffany's last day of high school, so I thought I'd do a blog post about her in celebration!  Here's a throw back to her senior session we did last fall.  I met Tiffany's parents at a wedding I was shooting in Moundsville, WV in November.  I definitely know where she gets her spunky personality from!  Her parents were a joy to be around the entire night of that wedding.  I knew that her senior session would be a blast!  She wanted something a little different, so we brainstormed a bit.  I packed my car up with as many books as I could carry (in a laundry basket because that was the only thing sturdy enough! HA!).  I packed my ladder too, of course (I never go to a shoot without my ladder.  It's amazing that my clients don't think I've lost it when I start busting out some of my "tools" and asking if I can stand over them as long as I promise not to fall.)

Tiffany is a beautiful girl and she's an absolute natural in front of the camera.  I barely had to pose her at all!  She's going to do big things in life.  I just know it!  Her personality could take on the world!  Hopefully, she remains in front of the camera or at least in front of MY camera....you know - for engagement, wedding, and baby photos! HA!  I'm talking YEARS from now, of course, Karen! (mom).

So, here they are! Enjoy!

Congrats, Tiffany!  Indian Creek Class of 2016!

Ohio Valley Senior Portrait

She takes an AMAZING black and white photo!

Ohio Valley Senior Portrait
Ohio Valley Senior Portraits
Ohio Valley Senior Portraits

This next one was a fan favorite!  As soon as I shot it, I showed Tiffany.  Both her and mom loved it.  I literally ran to my car and grabbed a pen so I could write down the number!  It just had to be in the final gallery!  I do believe this was the large one they ordered in print!

Indian Creek Senior Portrait
Indian Creek Senior Portraits
Ohio Valley Senior Portrait

I always try to throw something fun, unique, or just ridiculous in to every shoot.  This one below was fun and unique!  Blowing dust off of an old book (behind the scenes it was blowing baby powder off my old college book! HA!).

Ohio Valley Senior Photo

Again, congratulations Tiffany!  I wish you all the best!

Thanks again to her mom, Karen.  She was a great assistant this day!  She held my reflectors and even tried carrying my bags for me!  Wonderful people in this family!