Senior Portrait Information
Here’s how to get the most out of your senior portrait session
Senior photos are an important part of the senior year experience. Here’s how to get the most out of your senior portrait session:
Time of the session: the best light for outdoor photographs is generally 1 hour before and after sunrise or sunset. Please keep that in mind when planning your shoot.
Dates: As most of the images will be taken outdoors, please have at least two dates in mind in case of uncooperative weather.
What to wear: It’s most important to be yourself! Consider something more formal and something casual. Solid color or simple print shirts, tops, sweaters in flattering colors work the best. Avoid logos or text on the shirt please. They detract from the most important part of the portrait - your face!
Neat blue jeans, khaki or black pants or jeans always look nice. There are lots of variations that look great so please contact me if you need more specific ideas. Please note any specific requirements of your yearbook. That is your responsibility.
Girls - using a touch of make up is a good idea. Style your hair as you normally do. Bring a bit of makeup for touch ups and hairspray to help stray hairs stay in place.
Boys - have hair combed and facial hair shaven or neatly trimmed. Wear dark socks.
Props are welcome - If you want, bring your musical instrument, a piece of sports gear or other items that show what you are all about. Some schools allow props in the yearbook photo and some do not so please check the requirements at your school. Portraits not destined for the yearbook can have props.
Your investment... $150.00+
+Please note: NYS says I must add sales tax to the price
Guarantee: If you are not completely satisfied with your photos I will reshoot them for free.
Contact... For more information or to set up a session click here: http://www.lighttouchphotos.com/contact.html
Thank you for considering me for your portrait photographs. I look forward to
working with you to create memories that last!
Light Touch Photos
Photography by Angela Possemato