That’s the word that kept coming to mind while shooting this lovely senior session. Delicate light. Delicate wispy hair caught in a breeze. Delicate pink patterns on a dress and blouse.
I was excited when Shaune’s mom approached me about her daughter’s senior session. Two years ago, I captured Brian’s senior session as well, who is Shaune’s brother. I was even more excited when Shaune and I decided on the elegant Liriodendron as our location and that she would be bringing her ukulele, old books, and notebooks to represent her love for music and writing.
The day dawned drab and overcast, but when it came time for our session there was some wonderful light to play with. I’m so glad we were just able to get the session in when the sky turn dark and ominous and the rumble of thunder echoed in the distance. Thankfully, the bulk of our session was complete before then!
The images above are just a hint of the beautiful details of the Liriodendron.
I think Shaune could be an Anthropologie model, don’t you?
I was surprised by leaves already starting to fall! Just a hint of autumn. I love how a few scattered down to be captured in her picture.
Thank you, Shaune, for letting me take your senior portraits! I hope you love them as much as I do! Have a great senior year!