We love this Cheely Senior Portrait Session. Welcoming in fall means more than just everything pumpkin spice. It is also the time of year when most high school seniors are wrapping up their senior portraits.
For some of our clients, this is the last time, and maybe even the first time, that their soon-to-be college-bound children will be professionally photographed. It’s even more important and heartfelt for parents like Cindy and Greg, who only have one child.
Cindy wanted to make sure that her son Hunter, would have a proper senior session to document this special milestone.
Since Benedictine has been a huge part of their lives for so long, Hunter’s main portrait had to include his uniform. Cindy also wanted to take advantage of his time in front of our camera and get a few images in his letterman jacket and a few casual shots that allowed him to show off his personality.
Hunter was amazing in front of the camera. He even let his guard down when we were outdoors, just enough for us to get a small glimpse of laughter as he gave us his authentic self. We just knew that it would make for an amazing series of images that would look great framed together.
We are sure that these images will continue to be cherished, as they reflect on this once-in-a-lifetime milestone that is now documented for years to come.
Cheely Senior Portrait Session