Senior Spotlight Throwback by Loni Judisch near Shelby , MT
I’m going to choose a past favorite senior session for time to time to talk about on the blog. I’ll write about what we did, what we had to work with and why the shoot was was so successful.
This gal was so cute and had an awesome personality- she was a self-proclaimed awkward poser but was so open to doing the actions I asked of her. I knew she was nervous, it helped we met on her turf on her family farm, we played with her piglet first and we started off with candid shots for a warm up. I always start this way to relax my senior.Many factors made this session a success- check them out below!
We had her friend as the hair makeup gal who made sure she looked good at all angles.
We had her father help parking their blue pickup in just the right spot. Her farm was perfect for finding neat little spots for shooting.
We had many props: flowers, suitcases, chairs, 4-h ribbons and trophies, a prom dress and a piglet!!!
She chose her dream closet to shoot in: she admittedly never wears sunhats, romper play-suits or headbands in her typical day but it was sure fun to play with!
She was game for laughing, spinning and throwing her hair around to get that casual fun look!!