Brother and Sister

Joe: Class of 2019 Senior Portrait

His mother told me that it’s rare to see Joe without a hat on. She just wanted some simple photos to remember her son at this stage, before he heads off into college and then the real world.

For Joe’s senior photos, we returned to the same location where we photographed his sister just a few years earlier: the always beautiful Eastman Museum.

It was one of those mornings where I drove through a passing rain shower on the way to the session. Uh oh.

But it held off for us to make some images. Joe chose the very first portrait for his yearbook photo, a nice casual close up. Then we had fun using some of the different backdrops and textures available to us on the grounds. Rochester NY has so many great options for senior portraits.

Here are a few of my favorites. Say congrats to Joe in the comments!  

Have a great year!
 -Lori

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The title really says it all - they're fun to be around, loving, and pretty darn adorable... and that is just the kids. Oh what the hey, Mom and Dad aren't bad either. I don't get to see these guys that often, but I love them all to pieces. While they were in town for a family birthday party, we had the chance to get their yearly family portrait in. I love doing this every year for them, because I get to document their family as they grow together. I love it, and them, so much. Thank you to my family, for being so special, and for being such a huge part of why I do what I do. Enjoy! ~ Erin

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Ever wonder how long it might take to get the image on the right? About 15 laps around the tree by a running two year old! He loved it, and so do I!

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Ok, as a woman with a younger brother, I LOVE the image on the right. So true to life!