I have to tell you, I’m so excited to blog this senior session. I found some new inspiration in our little ol’ county and fortunately, I had a senior session approaching and I couldn’t wait to try to them out.
To say that the images turned out awesome would be an understatement. Considering the locations and the beautiful senior that this session involved, made my job easy and “off the chain.” Ok, I totally do not sound cool saying that, I don’t even know if it’s a cool saying anymore. Did I tell you that I’m not cool? Anyways…
Lauren is a beauty (doesn’t she remind of you supermodel Helena Christensen?) Funny to see her all grown up, as with all of these seniors, seeing that I knew all of them as little children when I was in high school. (I think that’s when I was kind of cool, by the way.) Anyways, Lauren informed me when we met up that she was nervous. Nervous? What the? No way, chick, no need to be nervous. And she immediately warmed up to me once we started talking about, you know, stuff. School stuff, teacher stuff, boy stuff, enemy stuff, good grades stuff, college stuff. You know, all of that high school important stuff.
And I have to tell you, when I’d look at my LCD screen at some of the shots, I was giddy as a kid in a candy store. Her images, her beauty just amazed me. And the new location, the “old gas pump” location(as it has been referred to me in public) was just the hook-line-sinker of the session. I can’t tell you how proud I am of Lauren and how awesome she did during her session. I always think it’s important to develop a rapport with my clients and I think it shows in the final results. This session was no exception, it totally shows in her laughter and amazing poses. Like a model, I tell ya.
Lauren, best wishes on your senior year – keep workin’ hard at becoming the Valedictorian so your name and my name will be on that banner together. *wink* You have much to be accomplished in this life and don’t let anyone tell you any different. Thank you for the laughs and great conversation!