Nicole made the beginning of her session difficult, but in a good way. She and her mom paid close attention to the clothing guide I send to each senior and followed it to the letter. It was very difficult deciding which outfits to leave out of her session because I liked them all.
I also have to give Nicole a big thumb’s up. She did her own make up and hair (I prefer they use our stylist for indoor portraits because dramatic close up portraits show every detail of make up) and I assumed she had just chosen another stylist. You know what happens when you assume! She had done her own. If I get caught in a pinch without one of my professional stylists available, I may give her a call!
We were lucky that we had a beautiful, albeit sunshiny (think HOT) day for the outdoor part of her senior portraits. The results were amazing, especially when she got several Facebook comments on her sneak peek photo about being in a model shoot instead of a senior portrait session!
I was very pleased that they chose the b/w as one for their wall. It was very simple yet classy and one of my favs from her session.