Excited to share this Dawson Senior Portrait Session with you today! We were thrilled to receive a call from Margaret Anne to photograph her son’s senior portraits. We hadn’t photographed Cash since he was three months old, so we couldn’t wait to see him all grown up.
After a quick phone consultation with Margaret Anne, we had the perfect setting for the session. Portrait sessions that are done at home always have such special meaning. Upon arrival, we took a quick tour that included a greeting from their dog and checking out the vintage truck. We knew right away that we would get some great shots. The property was a photographer’s dream playground, including Cash’s very own Bike Shop.
We started with the front of the house and included some shots with their dog. Then with a quick change into some casual clothes, we photographed Cash with the low-rider, vintage truck that Cash and his dad restored together. Moving to the back yard, the morning sunlight danced through the trees, speckling the thick, green grass as we captured the next set of images. Here we utilized the stone wall for some added texture. This helped give us the garden portrait feel that we are known for. Next, we also captured some shots with mom and dad.
After that, we headed to the back porch area for a few more shots with the dog and onto the orange couch to add a pop of color. This was the perfect prop to create a father-son image that would showcase their relationship and a lifetime of fun and lots of laughter.
Then we moved on to the bike shop that Perry built for Cash to repair and build his off-road bikes. This was one of our favorite locations. Finally, we ended on the dirt bike trail to get Cash in action. With dirt flying off the back wheel as Cash quickly took the jumps and hugged the trees, we got the perfect action shots. After that, it was time to call it a day.
This is the kind of session that truly warms our hearts and feeds our creative souls.
Dawson Senior Portrait Session