This weeks blog is all about Senior Portraits and Graduation. It is a fun time of year for those who are finally gaining their freedom from the bonds of the education system from which they served 12 years of enriching their minds.
I recall thoroughly spending my senior year embedded in advanced placement classes in attempt to knock out a semester or two college. Mean while, my friends were sluffing (Utah term for ditching) class and heading out to breakfast every morning during the hours of first period. Nonetheless, high school is a special in our lives and I agree with the popular crowd that Senior Portraits are a must.
Here's another collaborative shoot with some amazingly talented people. The concept was based around the historic figure, Marie Antoinette. Our goal was to use a blossoming orchard as the backdrop in which our model, Jillian would pose in and around the rows and lines of the trees. Unfortunately, we were a couple weeks off from the blossoms being in full bloom. I had a tough time deciding what color design to give the final images and still maintain the elegance and beauty of the subject and have the trees not appear to be too gloomy.