Senior Checklist

The more outfits you bring to your photoshoot, the more options and styling flexibility you’ll have within your session. You’ll want at least 3 outfits or multiple combinations to create different looks. Here is a set of tips. Think about photos your parents will love, what you like to do, and what are your activities:

  • Parent photos: This is the one you know your parents will love showing off for years to come. Think of a crisp shirt and great jeans, with nice shoes and classic accessories for a timeless look.
  • Your Choice: What are the things you do? You may bring along your musical instrument, a paint palette, or another object that shows off your most important personal interest. On my senior photo shooting, I brought a large video camera and multiple videotapes because I loved videography and photography.
  • Your Activities: These make up a big part of your high school experience.  You can bring a jersey, costume or favorite items from your club to commemorate your achievements

Get Plenty of Sleep

  • Make sure that you’re well-rested. This is a secret to look very good in photos that you will love for years. Sleep earlier the night before your session.

Time to Shine!

Arrive at your session at least 15 minutes early