Late Summer Senior Session–with Props!

Want to know a secret to a unique senior session gallery?  With tons of unique images that are totally YOU?  


Yep, bringing a few things with you on the day of your photo session can take your images to the next level, and are a fun way to bring out your personality in your senior photos.  Let me show you!

Meet Camilla!  Hanford High School class of 2024, and my first senior of the fall!  

Camilla is an AMAZING young lady.  She’s involved in clubs and student government, is on the swim team, AND plays in the band.  This girl does it all and she wanted to show off some of these achievements and activities in her senior photos.  So she brought a few things along to make her images unforgettable!

Props add variety to your senior pictures, are a great way to remember all the unique things you were involved with in high school, and make your senior pictures so unique!  From horses and pigs, hamsters and dogs, to firetrucks and more, I’ve photographed lots of ‘extras’, and it sure makes the photos unique, and it’s a lot of fun to stretch my creativity in new ways, too!

Camilla brought her swim cap and goggles, several of her favorite books, and her flute and saxophone!  We had a lot of fun incorporating these into her session, and I LOVE the way it captures her unique high school experience.  

So props: always a good idea!  

We had great weather and a dreamy sunset.  I have so many favorite images from this set, so I’m sharing lots here!  It was impossible to pick just a few, and also impossible to go wrong!  I love so many of these!  Senior sessions are so special–it’s really the only time I ever photograph just one person, and it’s so nice to get to know someone for an hour or two in a way that is totally different than getting to know a whole family.  It’s so nice to connect!

Camilla, thank you so much for trusting me with your senior photos!  Your drive for excellence really impressed me, and I can’t wait to see where you end up for college next year.  Enjoy the rest of your senior year!

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