I’ve been waiting for what seems like forever to post Justin’s session! This is also a new experiment with the blog. NORMALLY, I’d post the things I love about the session, then I’d just post pics with a few comments here and there. Today I’m not only throwing in the fun little story from that night, but you’ll ALSO get to hear from Justin about his thoughts on having his senior pics done.
Sooo, the light was perfect, Justin was awesome, I got to hear some amazing music, and I lost some equipment.
Wait, what? Yup! Down the drain… so to speak.
Here we are, truckin’ along, taking some great pics. We get to this bridge that we just LOVE. I set down my bag, get the camera ready, and here we go. Of course, this bridge is over a rushing creek.The rain has been really good to us this year; well silly old me decides it’s a GOOD idea to CHUCK MY LENS CAP at my bag, ON THE BRIDGE! Oh boy, right? So, like any sane person, I go diving into the creek to fetch my oh so precious cap ,right?
Naaah. I shoot Justin scouring underneath this bridge for the lens cap time and again, periodically looking down myself to see if it settled into the murk or swam away with the fishies. AND I got some great pics out of all this!!
The good news is I DID get my lens cap back thanks to some patience, and some reallllly long limbs.
But enough from me, let’s see what Justin had to say about his senior session!
What school do you attend?
Are you a Junior or Senior? When do you graduate?
If you could take one thing with you from your senior portrait experience, what would it be?
Trying to find the lens cap and seeing the pictures you snapped of me doing it.
What was your favorite thing about your session?
Getting to see some new places
What did you want this session to convey about you and about your senior year?
I wanted it to convey the things I do and my style.
What is one tip you can share with other seniors who are on the fence about having their senior portraits done?
Have them done anyways because you may find that you really enjoy it.
Would you recommend Kris Walden Photography to your friends?
Yes I would