So what makes your senior portraits not the cookie cutter photos of the big chain studios? It’s all about bringing the things that make you, you! Looking for inspiration on what to bring along? I think some of these Seniors that I previously photographed nailed it for their sessions. Whether it’s identity clothing that defines their interest or their man’s best friend, it reflects their life and their personality.
When booking your Senior portraits with Danielle Neil Photography you’ll receive a What to Wear guide in your welcome packet. It goes though all the tips and tricks on making YOU the superstar for your photo shoot. Interesting in learning more about what I offer to my clients for a Senior portrait experience? Contact me today to learn more!
One of Angelisa’s locations reflected her life. She was an active member in the Poland High School band and spent a lot of her High School career at the football stadium. Why not use that location as a reminder of all her good times to look back on.
John was a wide receiver and safety for the Ursuline Irish. To mix it up instead of being head to toe in football gear, he put on dress clothes and showed off his football.
Sophia was a star on the Canfield High School soccer field. Wearing her soccer jersey in the studio for her photos, I turned on the hair fan to give this player a glamorous soccer look.
Sisters Katie and Emily graduated a year apart. They both wanted Senior photos with their car. We did similar shots that look amazing side-by-side hanging in dad’s office that reflect their styles and personalities.
Musical theater IS Brittany life. I’ve known Brittany’s family for a very long time and the first thought when I hear her name is her amazing singing capabilities. What better location than the Youngstown Playhouse with her own vintage microphone.
Christian was a baseball player for Gahanna Lincoln High School. He wanted to represent the Lions and all his hard work though high school with his jersey and bat for this photo.
Last minute addition to Paige’s Senior photos was her pup! I love photographing dogs as much as High School Seniors. So it’s double the fun when I get to photograph them together!