Senior year of high school is an important time, not only in the life of the senior, but for parents, grandparents, siblings and friends. Your senior portraits are a great way to express yourself and capture the person you are at this monumental time in your life. One way to do that is to personalize your senior photos. Let’s make the pictures uniquely about you.
For some, this means bringing along a prop, such as a guitar (if you play) or including your beloved pet in the photos with you. For others, the vehicle you drive is your passion right now, and for some, it’s all about the sports. I had such a great time photographing Danton. He is as enthusiastic about his Chevy Camaro as he is his Callaway Clubs. (He really loved these shots we got at the end of the session where he left some rubber on the road!)
Not only is he a great guy from a wonderful family, but I also learned A LOT about golf! Danton started golf lessons when he was 11 years old, and was playing competitively by the time he was 13. Most afternoons and weekends, he can be found on the course, playing a round with friends or perfecting his swing. And this past summer, he traveled to Spruce Grove, in Alberta, Canada, to compete in the Boys Junior America’s Cup with the Junior Golf Association of Northern California.
When I learned all of this, I knew that we needed to personalize his senior photos by incorporating his love of the game. So off we went to Spring Creek Country Club with clubs in hand. I couldn’t be happier with the way the images turned out, and I hope that in the future, when Danton and his family look at these images, they will always feel a special connection to this time in his life.