When the pretty colors of autumn have given way to the brown of early winter, there is still beauty to be found outside. This senior explored a couple different locations with me and froze her tush off without complaint. LOL But first we did some athlete pictures to commemorate her time as a swimmer. While we did individual images, I also created this cool collage for her.
The swim pictures were done one day after school. But then on our main day, we ventured out into the cold and went as quickly as possible. LOL She was a great sport.
I love getting a variety of looks and expressions for senior pictures. Looking away from the camera gives the feeling of witnessing a moment. I also love the neutral tones with this pale brick, and the leading lines of the wood framing her inside them.
Then we went to another location. Don’t know if you can tell here, but it was super dark and gloomy. Still gorgeous, though by adding some additional light.
Just some playing around. Love her shoes!
These grasses only turn this pretty color in the fall. I love seeing how amazingly blue her eyes are in this image. Her hair goes beautifully with the golden grasses.
It was fun to do such a variety of scenes with her (while also moving quickly). So if you are wondering what season is best for your senior pictures, the answer is really whatever season you want! And don’t forget to check out more of my athlete work in the Athletes gallery, as it is definitely a specialty of ours.
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