Visually Pleasing the Senior

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Visually Pleasing the Senior

If you ever feel like you have this whole photography thing all figured out, it may be time to hang your camera in the closet and search for a new path. With each passing year, our technology seems to be growing a little too quickly. Just as we get one thing figured out, it’s often replaced by the next big thing.

This is exactly how I feel about my own photography career. This feeling goes beyond the obvious software and camera gear. It hits home with my style, how seniors portray me, and making sure my work is maintaining the edge that I know I am capable of. One task that all of us face is figuring out how to visually please our seniors and their parents. This task is one of the most important of the year, and I don’t think
that even David Copperfield could make this one go away. During this series, I will share with you several things I’m doing to make sure
I keep my name in the mouths of my seniors.

One important thing you have to remember is this: Just because you can see it, that does not mean you can have it. This is an important message

that would make our senior sessions so much easier if only they realized it. I am speaking of Pinterest, Instagram and the Internet in general.

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