Last night, I got to hang out with another wonderful senior. Again, how did I get so lucky to get to to this as a job? It doesn’t even feel like work! I convinced Rachael to be a location guinea pig for me. And really, it took no convincing at all because she is totally laid back and go with the flow. I am so thrilled with what we came away with! And despite both of us being scaredy cats at one location in particular (it was a little off the beaten path and we definitely heard some weird noises…), the shoot was a ton of fun as well. I mean, how could it not be fun when I get to work with this gorgeous face? The camera loves her!
She’s clearly gorgeous on the outside, but even better, she’s got such a big, kind, loving heart to go with it. She’s her own person, so confident in who she is. I wish I had an ounce of that confidence at her age. No doubt about it, she has such a bright future ahead of her.
After the scary noise location, we hopped back in the party van to check out this old blue building I’ve had my eye on. I was giddy about shooting there! I kept exclaiming “isn’t this so cool! Isn’t this great!” She just giggled and gave me a great “whatever, Meg” look. I guess those who aren’t photographers don’t constantly notice things like this. But she went with it and really, isn’t it so cool?!
With every senior session, I feel like I could just keep on going forever. Rachael’s session was no exception. We took pictures until the light was completely gone. I’m having a hard time even narrowing down which ones to share on here, and don’t get me started on how I’m supposed to narrow down for her full gallery!
Rachael, I had a blast with you last night. Thanks for being so perfectly you!