Not only are capturing who you are at this point in time of you life, you are documenting one of the most exciting times in your life.
One thing I have learned working with seniors is that they want a senior portrait experience rather than just a photo shoot.
I think it is important to make them feel special or like a rock star for a day!
5 Things to Know about Senior Photo Sessions
1. Book Early
If you are a Junior in High School be sure to book early for the spring, summer or fall before you start your Senior year.
Most photographers book quickly, especially with our short summers, with wedding, senior and family sessions.
So start researching the style of photos you would like to have. If there is a photographer who's work you love, inquire about a session and see if there are some specials coming up you can get in on.
2. Choose your Options
Not all, but most photographers, have options to choose from. Different packages to choose from.
Anything from high end to a low end to make it more affordable. They may or may not have products included. Some include digitals and some don't.
Choose a package that fits your style and needs. Are you wanting prints, an album or wall displays?
I find most parents would like an album to be able to display and look back on for their child's senior year. I have this included in my top two packages and a much smaller photo book in my lowest package.
You can view my pricing by clicking the button below.