senior pictures

Senior Pictures, Victor NY Class of 2020: Meet Connor

He told me he was just a simple, casual guy. He loves his truck, chemistry, yard work and hunting.

Oh, and he’s also into woodworking and has a little shop in his basement. He was very modest about it, but I saw what he’s made— and don’t let Connor fool you, he is very talented!

It was a pleasure exploring Boughton Park with Connor for his senior portraits. We utilized the natural settings of water and trees but also found a broken down bridge that made a cool backdrop. Check ‘em out and say hi below!

-Lori

Senior Graduation / Announcement Cards

Hey there soon to be high school graduates and parents! Looking to use those awesome photos we created for you on a Graduation Announcement or Graduation Party Invitation? It’s about that time, and we can help with that.

We can create custom layouts using your favorite photos and your personal text. Here’s how it works:

  1. Choose your photo(s). We usually feature one large photo on the front. Your choice of text could include your senior’s name, class year, and/or school overlaid on top. Additional photos can go on the back side.

  2. Send us your text. This could be details for graduation day or your grad party info and RSVP.

  3. Review your proof. We’ll take the information provided and put together a proof for you to review digitally. Make sure everything is spelled correctly, and let us know how many you need. Cards come in sets of 25.

  4. Send them out! We provide thick, high quality cards with envelopes. (Bonus: they are printed on recycled paper!)

It’s as easy as that! Want more input on the design? Get in touch and we can show you templates for inspiration and create the card while you watch.

So what are you waiting for? Reach out today to get started!

-Lori

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

Rena: Fairport High School Senior Photos

People tell her she has an amazing smile and gorgeous eyes. They're not wrong. Rena's also super fun to be around, creative and has a beautiful soul.

Her senior portrait session had a little bit of everything! We did a combination of urban and rural, to show multiple sides of her personality. We even included Tripp, the family dog in some images, and also photographed a great, three generations portrait with mom and grandma!

We had a really nice evening, despite the wind, and Rena just rocked the whole shoot. I love the colors and expressions, and man was this fun! Leave Rena some love in the comments if you enjoy these images as much as we do.  :)

- Lori

Josh: Victor High Senior Portraits

Josh is the middle child of an amazing family. I have been lucky to get to know them over the last few years. His brother Matt's senior photo already hangs in their office, so I felt a tiny bit of pressure going into this session to make something equally as awesome. 

Well, Josh brought his A-game, and we found some amazing nooks and crannies at Center Park that fit him perfectly. Being by the water brought back memories of frog catching days of yesteryear – he almost had one this time too!

And I just love the way those orange pants stick out against the greenery. We also had a few quiet moments in the woods, and I had a lot of fun playing with reflections in the water.

All in all, I'd call this session a success and I can't wait for Ally's (their youngest) turn in front of the lens!

-Lori