November 2, 2017 – Tennessee Senior Pictures
Fall in Tennessee is here. One thing I love about fall is pumpkins! Pumpkins and mums are around street corners and it gets us excited for the change in seasons. Fall is a beautiful time for photos and I will take macro pictures during this time. Through my lens I see things in a beautiful way like the changing color of leaves and how golden rod grows on the side of highways, fields and fences. I love to see the beauty in seasons just like I love to see the beauty in my seniors.
I especially love working with senior girls, I think they are beautiful in many different ways. Some girls don’t see how beautiful others around them see them. I love being able to help them pick out clothes and talking to them about makeup and picture locations. We talk about what they want most in a session and plan what and where we will go from there. During our session I like to ask them questions to get to know them better. I want them to feel comfortable and confident . Not everyone is comfortable in front of the camera. I help to make sure hair is in place and that we have a natural looking pose. It makes my day when I show them how they look on the back of my camera and their eyes get big and they say WOW!
Julianne chose natural settings for her senior session. One of the locations she chose was Long Hunter State Park. She is thinking about being a optometrist and she will graduate in 2018 from Mt. Juliet High School. Julianne you were so much fun to work with and you totally rocked your session!! You look beautiful. Thank you and I hope you have a great year. Good Luck at Lipscomb University! Remember a smile is the prettiest thing you can wear 🙂