Can I tell you how much I love photographing seniors?! They are some of my favorite subjects to photograph! I really believe documenting this time is just as important as when they were little babies. I photographed a lot of seniors this past fall and each one filled me with so much hope for our future. It is a time worth capturing.
Senior Callia, from South Eugene High School, chose Dorris Ranch as the location for her senior session. Dorris Ranch is a national historic site, a living history farm, and a public park complete with walking trails and beautiful filbert orchards. These filberts started in 1892 and now more than 100 years later, Dorris Ranch continues to make history as a fully-productive commercial filbert orchard. One of my favorite parts of having photo sessions at Dorris Ranch is the variety of different backdrops with the orchards, the large oak trees, and all of the cool barns and out buildings. It’s no wonder it’s a popular spot for photographers.
We had Callia’s senior portrait session on a fall morning in Oct. It started out foggy and then burned off to give us just the right amount of sunshine. Callia was comfortable and natural in front of my camera, making my job easy as a senior portrait photographer. I always leave it up to my seniors to decide how many outfits they want to be photographed in. Some wear 1 the whole session, others bring 2-3. It’s really up to them. Callia chose to bring 3 and I loved all of them. I had a really hard time narrowing down her images. They were all so good! She was a delight to photograph and I know has a bright future ahead of her.
Thank you for a beautiful senior portrait session!