Kelsey, a Coe Brown Northwood Academy senior, is a remarkable young woman. This was such an amazing session for me since I literally have been waiting years for Kelsey to become a senior so I could get her in front of the camera. 🙂 I spent days pre-visualizing the kinds of shots I wanted to get, and how I was going to edit the images to give a certain look. Even though we had zero sunlight for our session, I was still able to manipulate the photos to give a rustic, autumnal feel to the session which is exactly what I was looking for, and I think fits Kelsey’s natural easy-going style and personality.
As an artist I’m always hoping to learn, grow, evolve, and develop my style and skills. This session in particular represents a turning point for me. Not only have I embraced a new editing style which I hope you all enjoy, but I’ve also discovered a true love for the senior portrait genre. I feel like this combination of portrait style meshed with this age group is a really dynamic pairing for me, so I hope to find more seniors and teens in the coming year. Please pass the word if anyone you know is looking for senior portraits!