Senior Pictures: Kelly

  

 

I can’t even begin to tell you how much fun it was to take these pictures.  It was all “fly by the seat of your pants” that day.  I knew I wanted to go to Boise – downtown to be specific – but I hadn’t vetted each location.  If I remember correctly, it was one of my very first Lessons in What Not to Do.  The train depot in Boise was spectacular; so much so that we were jockeying for positions with two weddings, other seniors, homecoming formals and family pictures.  Kelly was by far the cutest girl there (excluding the brides who were dripping with elegance) and I again did my best to pretend that I know what I’m doing – camera envy and all.   These are a few of the favorites.

 

Boo-boo’s,mistakes, and “I should’ve done this instead” everywhere.  I’d like to think I’m getting better, heaven knows it’s not for lack of trying.  As long as Kelly is happy I’m happy and she seems thrilled.

 

 

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Angel Kisses is what she calls her freckles and from the looks of it, Kelly is loved very much.

 

 

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   Koi pond, waterfalls and lots of rocks to climb on. 

 

 

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The architecture of the Depot was an amazing backdrop of textures and lines.

 

 

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Kelly was after an Abercrombie & Fitch style photo minus the barely there clothes and the hunky man-child  (the latter much to her dismay).

This is what we came up with. 

 

 

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Yep, she’s standing in the middle of Capital Blvd. and that’s the State Capitol in the background. 

When there was a break in traffic, Kelly and I would dash out into the middle of the four lane thoroughfare,

pose, snap and make it back to the safety of the sidewalk before the next round of traffic blew by. 

Needless to say, there were a few catcalls, honks and whistles. 

 

 

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I love to get those goofy shots; funny faces bursting with personality.

 

 

My second try at senior pictures – check.

3 comments:

  1. Bronco P3t3 said...

    Awesome... As usual. Great Work! I am sure she loved it!

  2. The Gooch Family said...

    These are great...again! They capture the goodness in these girls! Beautiful!

  3. Jackie said...

    very awesome! I love how creative you are! What lense do you use for your portraits?