Grace is a 2015 senior at Prosper Highschool and a leader of their swim team.
When her mother contacted me for senior portraits she wanted to capture her beautiful daughter’s natural features and personality. She wanted to make sure Grace wouldn’t look “too made up” because in her own words “she is a sports girl, not a glam girl.
We kept that in consideration when our stylist did her make-up and hair before starting her combination indoor/outdoor senior picture session.
I planned on asking Grace’s mom if we had succeeded in capturing the “real” Grace but she loved so many images at the sales session I had my answer. I did ask what she liked the most about her daughter’s senior portrait experience and she said it started with the sneak peak of one image on Facebook the same day as the photo shoot. She got so many complients and was able to show off her daughter. [Each family also receives a personal photo app with all the images they purchased to share via smart phone/tablet/internet with friends and family. You can see Grace’s photo app here.]
When Grace’s mom picked up her wall portraits and desktop portraits she summarized her daughter’s portrait experience as Professional, personal, painless, priceless!. I could not have come up with a better set of P’s!
Here are a few of my favs from Grace’s senior portrait session.