Senior Session Day 2
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Well, like I said in my last post the senior session I had on Halloween had to be finished up on Sunday. We met at 8 am at the church we both actually attend. It is a beautiful old building built around 1919 as a nickelodeon type theatre. It is huge! It took me literally years to find all of the hidden rooms and nooks and crannies, most of them quite creepy to be honest. :) This building has so much potential for some awesome shots, but because we only had an hour until church services started we just used the roof and the old managers office. If you are interested in the architecture of the church and want to see photos there are a few on their website at www.bridgeoflife.org. I think I actually took most of those photos, but there aren't enough to do it justice. But this post isn't about the church or the building, it's about these senior photos and this killer grad.
I loved her shoes. She said they were her favorites and by the look of them they look well used. Very cool.
These photos were so fun and ironic on so many levels. First off they were shot in the church in a room that is not currently used, but has been used as a Sunday School classroom. Second, her dad used to be a pastor. Third she used to attend a private school. I could go on, but I think you get the point. So I thought it would be fun to make it look like she got in trouble, was by herself in detention, and that she had a little attitude about it. I think she did a good job. :) Also, the photo right above this one is kind of poking a little fun at the typical senior shoot with the softness and way she is posed. ;) I amuse myself way to easily.
This photo was obviously not taken at the church. :) This was taken at her home with her very sweet dog.
As I said in my previous post, I could post and write about these photos all day. L was so much fun to work with; we had a blast! I ended up shooting literally hundreds of photos that ended up being over 10 gigs of data! Thanks, L, you did a great job! :)