Grayson {High School Senior Portraits-San Antonio Photographer}

    It’s getting to be that time of year again…

    Senioritis has set in. It may be a tad early, but honestly I think seniors have the fever year round.  If you haven’t already began thinking about having senior portraits made, it is definitely not too early.  In fact, now is the perfect time to book a session so you have plenty of time to order custom graduation announcements and thank you notes.  That’s right, let’s get you some fabulous, custom graduation announcements rather than the stuffy school option. I’m pretty sure I didn’t even have that option when I graduated high school.

    If you need some help styling your session, just ask.  I would love, love, love to help you!

    In the meantime, check out this beauty below…

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    Carly | San Antonio Senior Portraits

    I had the pleasure of shooting the daughter of one of my oldest high school friends this weekend.  And when I say, old, I mean old.  I’m not quite sure how we are  old enough to even have children, much less children that are graduating from high school.  It kinda freaked me out a little bit, to be honest.

    At any rate, she is a beauty.  As is her mom. Can you even tell which one is the daughter??????

    Carly swept me back to TWENTY years earlier…when her mother and I were in high school…ahhh, the memories.

    I’m really hoping I looked as fabulous as Carly does in these photographs.  However, I am quite sure my senior portraits were done in a photo booth at the mall back in 1995 (you can imagine what my hair looked like).  I’ll have to see if I can dig one of those up, I’m sure we could all use a good laugh.

    Needless to say, Carly knew knew how to pose flawlessly.  And her hair, her makeup, her nails, and her outfit were perfect.  Tara and I spent the afternoon reminiscing about how our skin used to look like hers, how our clothes used to fit like hers do, and how easy she was to take a beautiful portrait of.

    If you a high school senior, ENJOY THESE DAYS and be PROUD of who you are and what you have accomplished!