I will not lie to you, all photo sessions are a lot of work, but some require more of my energies than others. Maybe I have to corral toddlers who refuse to stay in one spot for even 1/250th of a second. Or I’m tromping waist deep through snow in single digit temperatures. But then I will get a session that although I go home physically hot, sweaty, dusty and scraped from my normal “get the shot gymnastics” I’m also leaving with something else besides fatigue.
This session was one of those. We had such a lovely, lovely evening for Zoe’s senior session. Zoe and the light literally glowed. She is another Class of 2020 amazing creative, old soul and free spirit. Her calm vibe set the tone for our entire session. We enjoyed the setting sun and just wandered, taking pictures along the way. And even after scaring a duo of deer, and nearly sliding into a ditch, I went home having soaked up some of her aura. Zoe is an artist, traveler and oldest sibling. She has an amazing sense of style, and I’m seriously thinking of hiring her to style all my future sessions. Or at least shop for my earrings. She brought a fun selection of shoes to her session, but I’m pretty sure we never even got them out. I truly love a kid who isn’t afraid to walk barefoot in the dirt.
While senior season is just about done – yearbooks keep inching that deadline up – I have spots open for family photo sessions. I even have some mini session days coming up. Colorado peeps, did this week’s snow start you thinking about the holidays? I’ve got some fun late fall/ winter ideas to customize your family session. Oh, and 2021 seniors? I am already booking! Give me a shout to book whatever session you need.