First off, HELLO FRIENDS! It’s been a while, hasn’t it?! I’ve been working so much I haven’t had a chance to blog it all! Which is just too silly. I have a few sessions to share with you from the last few months… I will soon. Promise. Let me get through the CRAZY BUSY fall and we’ll have a walk down summer’s memory lane. Sound good? I’ve missed you.
Tonight I’m here to blog the year’s first of many senior portrait sessions. I had such a great evening at Webb Park here in Weymouth shooting the lovely Miss B. She sure is a stunner, isn’t she folks?!
Her eyes are just incredible aren’t they?!!? Absolutely zero photoshopping went into any of her features. The hair…the freckles, the eyes, the smile… all natural. All gorgeous. And the kicker? I don’t think she has any idea just how beautiful she is.
We were sitting at the above picnic table and I was just so captivated by her stunning eyes I jumped up on top and shot this next one. I LOVE it in black and white as something different for a senior portrait. She and her mum did too; they bought a beautiful framed matted copy. It’s going at the top of their stairs in their home. It’s going to be such a conversation piece, I’m sure. I love it.
This was a shot I took while adjusting my ISO when we first arrived at this beach location. I think she looks like a model. She didn’t realize I was taking a picture so she’s not even posing. #natural.
Miss B. is a bit on the quiet side so, when I decided we both needed to get in the water for a couple shots, I was shocked she agreed! I told her to splash me. She was nice and didn’t really. Meanwhile I wore jeans that day because I figured I’d be climbing through bushes to get a good shot. I was quite a sight all soaking wet afterward. It was totally worth it. Look at that smile.
The teal dress with the yellow wildflowers behind her? LOVE.
Miss B. I had a great time working with you and chatting with both you and your mum. I wish you the best of luck in all that you do and I hope you have an EXCELLENT senior year!
To see the full gallery from Miss B’s session with me, click here. You will need to obtain the password from her or her mum.