Senior Photography: Tips and Tricks on Posing, Locations and More
With Fall coming, photographers are getting ready for photograph high school seniors again. This style of photography is very popular in the United States and is starting to gain presence in other countries.
I’m back with another compilation of links to great MCP Actions Blog articles. My name is Jeanine and, as Jodi wrote in my first post, I’ll be writing ‘flashback’ posts that compile links on certain topics. I often find myself searching Jodi’s blog on topics of my current interests, or pertaining to a certain shoot, or a technique that I want to practice. I hope these posts come in handy for you and that you can put to use my time searching and utilize all the links gathered in my posts. This time I went to my favorite resource for help on Senior Photography. As always, feel free to comment with topics for compilation posts that you would like to see.
I shot my first Senior this week, and it didn’t hurt a bit! I read up on everything here on the MCP Actions Blog. Actually I had shot one before but that was a quick mini-session with a girl on her way to prom. This one involved multiple locations and clothing changes. You gotta love photographing someone that doesn’t chase after squirrels and has the ability to stay just where you want them. Working with seniors comes with it’s own challenges. I was truly lucky that my client was very comfortable in front of the camera. I credit these MCP Actions Blog articles with getting me more comfortable behind the camera as I break into this new market area. Now is a great time for Senior sessions as they begin that special school year.
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