Senior portrait sessions can sometimes be like a surprise party… If I’ve been planning the session with the parent, I have an *idea* of who the senior is but I never see the full picture (see what I did there?) until I get to meet them in person. It’s an exciting part of my job that keeps my on my toes!
Hello, hello! It has been an embarrassingly long time since I have blogged. I’m shaking my head at myself as I write this. For those of you who do not know, I moved from North Carolina back to Pennsylvania at the tail end of April and then got married in May! It’s been a busy year to say the least but as things calm down I am finally getting back to photography which makes my soul sing.
These are some favorites of sweet Grace. She was about to turn 16 and her mom wanted to freeze this moment in time! This session took place in the fall of 2016 on Little Pisgah, a mountain top in North Carolina. As we were planning the session much of our beautiful mountains nearby were under threat of wildfires that were blazing out of control. We had to reschedule this session because there was so much smoke hanging in the air during the first date that we picked! Thankfully all of the fires were put out shortly after this session took place.
The day of the session was a gorgeous but bitter cold one! We had to take a few breaks in the car to get warmed up before braving the cold for more portraits. Despite the weather Grace was a trooper and looked stunning the entire time!