We have kept a steady stream of high school seniors coming through the studio over the past couple of months. We’ve been so busy with them that we have neglected to post anything here in a while. So today, we’re posting Megan’s session. She called us a few weeks ago and said that she was familiar with us through our work with Virtuosi Houston. She played in the orchestra when we photographed them individually and at a few of the concerts last year. She is a Klein Collins senior this year.
Megan wanted a full blown indoor and outdoor session at the STP Images Photography Studio in Houston’s Museum District. We scheduled a time for an evening session on a weeknight and planned over the phone what she should wear and what we would accomplish in each of our photography locations. Megan and her Mom arrived at our studio at the designated time and we went right to work. We were losing daylight fast, so we started with our outdoor locations that are just a couple of blocks from our studio. We loaded up the Jeep and headed to our favoriate local graffiti wall. From there, we headed to a small convenience store with lots of current movie posters on the wall and using our portable lighting setup, got a bunch of great images for her.
We re-loaded the Jeep and shoved off for the studio where we started in our second story studio with some high key images on a plain white background. We tried a few things including some headshots for our latest Andy Warhol styled Pop Art Print Project. After a change of clothes, we got some elegant images of Megan against our trendy brocaid wall at the other end of the studio. We wrapped up with a few natural light images that were just stunning.
We’re posting only a few sneak peek images here since Megan and her Mom have not yet come into the studio to proof the final 24 images. We can’t WAIT for them to see the entire set of images and the music video we made from the session. If you have a senior (or you ARE a senior) and you’ve not scheduled your high school senior portraits yet, it’s not too late! Call us or email us and get on our calendar so you can Ride Your Own Wave! To see our website dedicated solely to our high school seniors, head to Senior-ology.com.