Everything about this session photographing their senior portraits I just love. It was one of those overwhelming locations – I could have stayed there and photographed different spots for hours. (Like being in Charleston with a bunch of photographers a few weeks ago. It’s like we can barely get anywhere because we want to stop and take pictures!) This senior was very involved in the planning process for this session and we even spent a day hiking to find the best spots for the canoe. I am not crazy about nature so I will admit I was scared half to death hiking through the woods assuming a snake was coming for me at any minute! We ended up finding a spot that was a little more open and would be better for carrying a canoe (see here) and especially since we knew we’d be done after sunset which we were. We spent every last second in this session, and I love, love, love all the images! (You can see part one here and stay tuned to the blog for part three!)
According to the Senior…
What was your favorite part of the session? whimsical theme
Were you nervous about the session beforehand? No, because you’re so easy to work with!
What does this session convey about your style/personality? I love nature, and that I am unique.
What advice can you give to other Seniors preparing for their Senior Portraits? If Becky is taking your pics, you have nothing to worry about!
Raleigh NC Senior Portraits Photography | Rebecca Keller Photography
Rebecca Keller is a Raleigh Senior Portraits Photographer featured in People Magazine, Denim + Grace Magazine and on several blogs including Lemonade and Lenses, On To Baby, and Let the Kids Dress Themselves. Contact Rebecca Keller Photography for more information about travel sessions and Raleigh NC Senior Portraits Photography.