Every once in a while you meet that senior that makes you feel like your job is so amazing. Jack is that senior. With his boy next door charm it makes this feel like it’s not really a job at all. I’m just lucky being able to do what I love.
Trying to give Jack some diversity and not travelling too crazy far, I ventured out earlier in the day to scout. I found a gem! A little path down to the Mississippi River created just what I was looking for. After the river and urban setting, we headed back to Jack’s house. He lives on a gorgeous 5 acres. Jack also wanted to incorporate his late grandpa’s Chevy Silverado pickup truck into his session. This was the perfect touch for Jack’s portraits.
Jack knew he wanted his dog Libby included in a few of his senior pictures. Libby was bouncing around like a piece of popcorn for most of her debut. But look at this, she saw her buddy and magic appeared.Sunset images are my favorite. Backlighting with the sun is something I try to include in every senior portrait experience.
With each session, it is always my goal to lift the self esteem of a senior and still be true to who they are. When you have a senior and all parents happy with the final results of a portrait session that is success!