Here are some examples of the kinds of photos you can expect from a high school senior photo session with me. These shots were taken in Laguna Beach, at the Anti-Mall, a fabulous spot in San Juan Capistrano, and the beach….
This is a narrow park that runs along Jeffrey just east of the 5 fwy. It’s very popular for photographers, and some of the beauty was trampled the last time I was there. Oh well, we just have to tread lightly….
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i have been dying to have a session at this location for awhile, and the images created there were worth the wait! this is mack and leo, erika's beautiful boys....
Here are a few of my favorite images from my session with the Trebas family....all the kids were home for the holidays. The tide was super low, that's how I was able to get all that green seaweed-y stuff in the photographs (you'd think I'd know what you call that stuff, I've lived here for forever!) You only get that in the photos when it's low tide. Their colors work, don't you think? I love the pattern and texture, it adds interest to the images.
I volunteered to take the Valentine's photos for my son Mack's first grade class at Top of the World Elementary School in town, and I had this vision that turned into a bit of a nightmare. I wanted to paint a board black w/ chalkboard paint and I thought the kids could write their names on it or draw hearts, etc. and then they'd stand in front of it holding festive, valentine-y items. Well, I had to buy a board that I could carry, and the only thing at Home Depot that seemed light enough was 3/8" plywood. That was mistake number 1, b/c the grain of the plywood showed thru the paint. And then the kids weren't dressed in valentiney clothes, so I couldn't decide how to deal w/ that. Finally it dawned on me that I could minimize the ugly plywood grain by making the photos black and white and just making the x's and o's red. Selective color hasn't been my thing, but i think in this instance, it works. It took me forever to trace the outline between red and black, ugh. I'm sure Mrs. Mattson thinks I'm nuts b/c I turned this simple little photo shoot into my life's work, ha! To further complicate matters, I edited 4 or 5 photos of each kid, ha!! Oh well, live and learn.
These are ALL the photos from my shoot w/ Rebekah and her kids, I'm trying to narrow the photos down more, I used to show way more. Several of these would benefit from a head swap...
I put together a slideshow of family photos showing ensembles that coordinated well together.
I put together a slideshow of the kind of patterned fabric that looks good in photos. Big prints can be distracting, but otherwise, pattern adds interest to the photos.