You can’t run from it any longer.
Your face is on every point of contact. Your Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram email signature, website and business card all have your lovely mug all up on it.
So what photo did you choose?
Is it professional?
Does it say, “come work with me?”
Does it draw in the clients and separate you from the competition?
Do you look approachable?
Did you crop it out of a cell phone picture of a night out with your friends?
…Did you crop it out of an old pic with your ex?
Let’s be honest. The way you present yourself online is the first impression people have of you. Have you been intentional about it?
“But Ashley, I HATE having my photo taken.” I hear that daily. Truly, 90% of the people that come into my studio tell me that they absolutely hate it.
So that’s my job. To put you at ease, and get you to give me a genuine expression that makes people look at you and say, “Hey, she looks like...
Can we talk for a sec?
Here's the thing.
When I was in high school in Atlanta, we had our senior photography sessions during the summer before, or early fall of senior year.
This was great because during the school year, when different organizations finished their season and had banquets, they could collect the images for slideshows, any yearbook requests were ready to go, and most importantly, we were not rushing to get them done in a short 2-3 week spring window after the weather improved but before we needed to send out graduation announcements.
When I moved to Texas, however, it was all different and here is what I see:
1. Photographers are scrambling to try to fit everyone into the short window
2. "We already bought the invitations, they offered at school, and now I wish we had waited for the photos and made our own."
3. It's raining for the 12th day in a row, as happens in spring time...
4. It is already 90 degrees...how did that happen?
It is time to talk to your senior about their Bryan, College Station Senior Pictures!
Every year, I get the same panicked calls from moms in mid April, "Help! Graduation is right around the corner and we have not had our senior portraits taken!"
Don't let this happen to you!
Our Senior session slots will book up quickly and we will take you through a complete custom process, with a design consultation, shoot day, and ordering appointment and you must allow enough time if you want your pieces back in time for graduation weekend!
Choose your session option:
Option 1: Simple Senior Portrait
In-studio only head shot session,
1 outfit, 1 background
This option is best for the senior just trying to please Mom to get in and out if the studio quickly.
Option 2: Standard Senior Photos
In studio plus 1 alternate location,
Up to 4 outfits total
Our most popular option ensures the formal in- studio portraits, but allows us to venture out to a park, sports...