It all started with a first school dance photo on Facebook. Zoe (what a cool name) had this very stylish outfit comprised of a flannel shirt with paint splatters and a long pink tutu skirt. Mark my words, one day she will be a trendsetter, probably known by her first name like Gaga or Pink.
The very stylist hair cut she has just adds to her sense of fashion!
Zoe (or Z as her mom calls her) has an eye for the camera. I am already looking forward to doing her senior portraits one day. Here is her casual look with a soft smile. Her outfit looked perfect with my McKinney Flour Mill studio brick background.
In this black and white image, you can see some of our visualization posing. I didn’t tell Z to grab your collar, mess up your hair a little, and look serious. I told her to think about what an edgy photo would look like and this is what we came up with. Amazing, huh?
Finally, what I could consider the signature image from Zoe’s session. Personality, style, connection with the camera. I place her in the right side of the frame to add some interest to the photo and match her pose.
I always invite my tweens to bring a friend to their session and promise a group photo of them together, just hanging out. Zoe brought her friend Sage. Here was her fav photo of them together.