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While throwing around ideas with Tabatha for her outdoorsy Senior Session it was quickly apparent she was up for something a bit different. Once we got talking, I mentioned the Trash the Dress shoots I had shot in summers past. Creation, more than destruction – getting a new look by not being afraid to take a bridal gown somewhere that would mess it up, muddy it down, or get it wet. It instantly struck up an idea –
Enter a new twist on the bridal themed TTD shoots – Trash the Prom Dress.
While I hoped for a bit more sunlight after the first set out on a tree over a pond, I have to say I loved the addition of the storm clouds that started to move in for a good weekend of downpours.
Always great to work with creative subjects not afraid to go out on a limb -or fallen tree trunk- to try a new idea for a new look.
The more ideas and involvement you give me the more the creative energy gets going to make your photos that much more uniquely yours. Go ahead, drop me a line and fire away to see what I can do for you!
It’s official – the class of 2009 is here.
Last week we had an awesome Senior Session shoot with Brandi to celebrate the last days of summer at the beach. What a perfect afternoon and evening of fun, photos and great weather!
Nothing like a golden summer sunset!
For the final shots of her session, Brandi brought along her Prom dress for some very classy sunset and dusk photos.
It’s amazing to see the youngest students of my 2002-2003 drama class now getting ready for graduation day. I was proud of them back then for all the hard work they put into our (elective) class, and I am even more proud as they get ready to celebrate all their hard work throughout high school. The most recent of our students to join us for a Senior Session was Miriam.
What started as a rainy few days turned out to be a vivid, sunny afternoon at the Japanese Gardens. Here are a few of my favorites from the shoot – enjoy!