Raleigh Horse Farm Senior Portraits Photography
Every once in a while I get time to squeeze in some Senior Portraits, and it’s always such a fun time celebrating the end of high school. The farm where her horse is boarded is just beautiful and so far off the beaten path, I definitely had to call for help. I drove down the gravel road a few times before I found them. We had beautiful light that evening, and I always love the challenge of finding just the right light spots for photos. (I am just a little picky about my light. I was looking at a mini session location last night and was just like nope, not going to work, because the light isn’t perfectly perfect) It’s my goal every single session to look at light + use it in the prettiest way possible. And if it ends ups being cloudy, woo hoo, we can shoot in so many more spots (as long as they are not too dark) Dark, dark cloudy days are not my favorite. It is kind of crazy how I am always at the mercy of the weather. It is always changing so much, too. Before I go to sleep the night before a session can be a completely different forecast then the day of. Another fun part of this session was adding in her soccer jersey, the barn, a chair that happened to be in the car, and an image that happened when a horse walked in front of her. It gave a pretty white light because it was just so fast. Working with horses is fun but you never know what’s going to happen during the session. They kind of run the show!
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Raleigh Maternity + Newborn Photographer
Rebecca Keller is a Raleigh Newborn Photographer featured in the Bump, Let The Kids Dress Themselves and several other blogs.