Sydney is back!! I did her quick model session a few months ago at the studio and we were looking forward to her on-location photo shoot. This class of 2018 Senior from East Palestine High School rocked her outdoor Senior session! The clothes, the hair and the makeup were all on point!
Sydney and her mom, Carrie, picked a Premium Senior portrait session. That gave us plenty of time for wardrobe changes and various locations. The Premium option is made for the Senior that wants it all during their photo shoot! This gave me a great chance to mix up urban and traditional background for her photos. So much variety to choose from!
We started Sydney’s session at Fellows Riverside Gardens at Mill Creek Park. It was a little warm that day, but overall a beautiful day for a Senior photo session.We were fortunate that the rain didn’t start until I was snapping her last few photos Downtown. Right after we got into our cars, it was a downpour. I’m always happy when the weather decides to cooperate for outdoor portraits.
Three outfits at the park then we headed to Downtown Youngstown for the last two outfits. Sydney pulled out a Lilly Pulitzer dress for the first set of photos and it was perfect for the park backdrop. Her clothes for Downtown also matched the areas where we were shooting. Sydney and Carrie told me they went to Francesca’s for many of her outfits and accessories. I was so impressed with the great clothing choices that the sales person had helped them with!
I love how the combination of urban and garden locations turned out for Sydney’s Senior pictures. It was the perfect mix for her! I had the best time working with Sydney and I hope she loved the experience as much as I did!
Girls, there is still some time to book your Class of 2018 Senior photo session with Danielle Neil Photography! I have a few dates left for September, October and November. For more information, visit the Senior section of the website or contact me today. Portrait appointments do book up quickly this time of year with everyone trying to meet the yearbook deadlines. Don’t delay!!