A photoshoot in Cary, NC with Amanda and Izzy.
Layla thought the family portrait session was over until Mom asked for one last picture. An expression says it all (this is why I love my craft) because in a split second I was able to capture a quintessential Norman Rockwell moment!
Yet another well prepared senior from Covenant Life School. We’ve included some samples for the guys to use as a guideline on what to expect from a portrait session. Each session lasts about 30 minutes.
Mady is the first CLS Senior to have her portrait taken in our studio. Hopefully this will help other seniors to prepare for their sessions. Mady Dressed appropriately and was prepared for her session. Remember, your portrait will be seen not only by your classmates but also by anyone else including your choice of college interviews and/or your future employer. This image will last through time and be viewed by many people. It’s important to take this opportunity to realize that your image represents you and your school which is preparing you for the future. We have included a link to prepare for headshots: https://www.carlcoxphoto.com/headshots-washington-dc-md-va/ .
This is a retouched sample set of four proofs from Grace Gaynor’s senior portrait session . If you play a sport, have a favorite hat or hobby, play an instrument, let’s include a dynamic photograph in your portrait session that will be remembered and represent you or your passion.
This is the first of two marvelous family portrait sessions in our Rockville, MD studio today. We will post some images from the second session tomorrow with some technical comments.