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My Daughter, the Senior Pt. 2

 
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May 20, 2016 05:45 |  #16

Nice set of images and lovely daughter. My favorite would be the old mill image #5.


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May 23, 2016 14:49 |  #17

I like #2 and #4 the best as you show a closer look. As far as the poses go, the mill looks great.

Not a fan of the last one. With her looking down and how her shoe is, it looks to me like she stopped to lean against the tree and wipe something off that was stuck to her shoe.




  
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May 23, 2016 14:56 |  #18

NoLight wrote in post #18012426 (external link)
Great shots.. Gratz to the both of yall!!!

Thanks! :)

ronlane wrote in post #18012897 (external link)
Nice set of images and lovely daughter. My favorite would be the old mill image #5.

Thanks so much and I do love that one, too.

mikeinctown wrote in post #18016474 (external link)
I like #2 and #4 the best as you show a closer look. As far as the poses go, the mill looks great.

Not a fan of the last one. With her looking down and how her shoe is, it looks to me like she stopped to lean against the tree and wipe something off that was stuck to her shoe.

Ha! Thanks for the great feedback. It was definitely something I snapped unexpectedly. :)


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Jun 26, 2016 14:45 |  #19

These are really beautiful pictures. Most kids are very shy at this age and don't much care for their photographs, even though they are really good. I'm sure she will treasure them later in life.




  
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Jun 28, 2016 12:08 |  #20

Another lovely set - really like the pond and the reflection!


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Jun 28, 2016 17:26 |  #21

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Jun 29, 2016 10:34 |  #22

nsaldanh wrote in post #18050562 (external link)
These are really beautiful pictures. Most kids are very shy at this age and don't much care for their photographs, even though they are really good. I'm sure she will treasure them later in life.


Northwoods Bill wrote in post #18052398 (external link)
Another lovely set - really like the pond and the reflection!


Brad999 wrote in post #18052666 (external link)
Beautiful

Thank you so much, everyone. I know that she will treasure these photos always. :)


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Jul 02, 2016 14:14 |  #23

Lovely daughter...lovely work1




  
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Jul 02, 2016 17:02 |  #24

Great set of pictures. They pop very well.




  
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Jul 03, 2016 21:34 |  #25

Great job on all of these. She will be very happy to have these later in life. Congrats!


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Jul 18, 2016 06:58 |  #26

Amazing set! This set is may favorite. The fall colors really accentuated your daughter.

By the way, if you don't mind me asking. Did you also take her studio shots to be used for the school's yearbook? If so, do you mind posting a couple of shots from that set. I am prepping to take my daughter's senior shots and I'm just getting some ideas and it will also be my first senior photo shoot.

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Jul 18, 2016 07:46 |  #27

Nice work, I really like #6. I get the sense of the unknown future, but all the possibilities....

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Jul 18, 2016 17:26 |  #28

Great shots! .....and looks like a great location too!


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Jul 19, 2016 00:28 |  #29

Beautiful photos!!


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Jul 21, 2016 11:17 |  #30

AZ Pix wrote in post #18056101 (external link)
Lovely daughter...lovely work1

ndelacova wrote in post #18056226 (external link)
Great set of pictures. They pop very well.

jpsamora wrote in post #18057258 (external link)
Great job on all of these. She will be very happy to have these later in life. Congrats!

Thank you so much! :)

Yanis wrote in post #18070321 (external link)
Amazing set! This set is may favorite. The fall colors really accentuated your daughter.

By the way, if you don't mind me asking. Did you also take her studio shots to be used for the school's yearbook? If so, do you mind posting a couple of shots from that set. I am prepping to take my daughter's senior shots and I'm just getting some ideas and it will also be my first senior photo shoot.

Thanks!

Peace,
Yanis :-)

Hi Yanis -- I did not and do not use a studio for any of my shots. I take Senior portraits all the time and there has never been a request for that. The client usually just chooses among the outdoor shots I take, but I make sure to include, at least, one good head-shot.

Joemt wrote in post #18070362 (external link)
Nice work, I really like #6. I get the sense of the unknown future, but all the possibilities....

Joemt.

ResolutionMax wrote in post #18070892 (external link)
Great shots! .....and looks like a great location too!

goldguinn86 wrote in post #18071172 (external link)
Beautiful photos!!

Thanks so much, everyone! We are really happy with these and love the fall setting, too. My daughter actually prefers spring/summer, but I think these colors really work well with her, too. :)


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