Tyler’s session summed up everything I love about being a senior photographer: planning a shoot that fits a senior perfectly, watching a senior shine in front of the camera, and bringing their passions and dreams to life! It doesn’t get much better than this, and I am grateful every day! Tyler is a graduate from Round Rock High School, and he feels most at home in two places: the football field, and the woods (hunting)! We couldn’t quite replicate a football field, but we did bring in his awesome truck, and some of his hunting attire, because it’s important to me that seniors feel represented in their shoot. Tyler was up for pretty much anything, and handled being in front of the lens like an absolute pro. He has been playing football at RRHS, and one of his favorite memories was beating rival team Stoney Point, in overtime! He is also very active in his church, and in his spare time, loves to eat out with friends and family. Lastly, he’s eager to begin the next step in his future: attending Texas Tech!
Maybe you’re the parent of a graduating senior (or the senior themselves), and you’re reading this, wondering if we can accomplish this sort of session for your child. I get it! Not everyone feels excited to be a “model for a day”, and even Tyler wanted to make sure his session accurately reflected him. I want to assure you that from the moment you book, to receiving all your prints and products, I am beside you! I would love to answer any questions or concerns that pop up along the way. One thing in particular is clients or parents who worry about posing or the editing; No one wants to see photos that really look overly edited or are awkwardly posed. Some of my male clients worry about looking too girly, and others don’t want to look like they somehow have makeup on! These are real concerns that some have dealt with when shooting with other photographers. To help put your mind at ease, I am happy to speak with you about our editing process, and how we make everyone feel comfortable in front of the camera…just reach out to me and let’s get started!