This time it was with Scott who’s a natural in front of the camera.
Scott started out a little nervous
At the beginning of Scott’s senior portraits session, he was a little nervous because he hadn’t been in front of a camera for professional senior portraits.
This was different for Scott. So, it was understandable for Scott to be a little on edge because he wanted his pictures to look their best.
Second, Scott wasn’t sure what he wanted he needed to do are how he was to pose. It’s natural for most seniors to feel uncomfortable when their session begins.
Since this was Scott’s first senior portraits session and we had no intention of doing a retake.
My goal was to quickly get Scott to relax and be himself.
That didn’t take long once we got his first couple of test poses out of the way. That’s when Scott realized it wasn’t very difficult to be yourself in front of the camera.
As he became more and more comfortable in front of the camera, his personality came to life with each picture we took.
A Few of My Favorite Senior Portraits of Scott
For example, the pose just above was taken while sitting on the ground in a small open area. He wanted a natural picture of him to look as if he was sitting in the park relaxing because that’s what Scott likes to do. He enjoys going to the park just to relax.
Just across the street is Wells Fargo, so we took of few pictures of him standing in front bank.
One of Scott’s goals is to learn how money works and become an investor.
So, I figured it was a good idea. Who knows, Scott may become a bank owner in the future.
This last pose is one of my favorites and was taken near the end of Scott’s senior portraits session.
As you see, he’s now posing for the camera with confidence. And this was not a pose I suggested, this is all Scott enjoying his senior portraits session once he realized how fun it was in front of my camera.
‘Til the next episode,
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