I have added another facet to my business shooting subjects that have become a little more exciting than dudes in suits. And I think, as they say it will help keep me young. The high school senior portrait has evolved quite a bit since I was forced to do it when I was young impressionable photographer. Schools still require the tuxedo jacket for boys and the drape for girls, but the kids themselves have created a much hipper spin-off. It feeds their social media fix and amplifies their personalities. In short, the 'kids" have taken control of their own image and how they want their friends to see them and share experiences. Under the parents supervision of course :) Below is one of my first senior portrait sessions (that isn't quite finished yet). It's Evie Viol. She is a ball of fire that never stops smiling. Her mother is a dear friend of mine, local business owner and great role model. If you are interested in learning more about my senior portrait sessions click here.
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Todd Stringer• photographer