Thursday, May 5, 2011

Seniors Up First | League City Senior Photographer

A few weeks ago I got to go to a workshop in California with Girls with a Camera.  We had a ton of shoots over the two days we were there.  I was so exhausted when I came home that I slept for 3 days.  Staying up late talking shop all night just about did me in.  :)  But it was great to meet several photographer that I "know" online.  I learned so much from watching all these amazing women shoot.

Workshops can be a difficult place to really get good shots because there are so many photographers all shooting at the same time.  Think bad angles and missed eye contact, but it is still so amazing to me to see the shots coming out of the workshop and how different they are even though we were all there together.  Over the next few weeks, I'll be sharing some images from the shoots we did as I get them processed.

Up first our senior models









I love how creative I get to be with seniors.  I love trying new and interesting angles and spots with them.  These two were so great to work with.  They were up for anything and didn't complain a bit when we asked them to lay on the floor or climb a newspaper stand or etc., etc., etc.  Thanks guys for being such awesome models.  And thanks to Laura Morita-Yeun for setting up this great weekend.  You were an awesome hostess. 

Check back for some more photos including some of Laura's family.  :)

6 comments:

  1. Gorgeous shots Kathleen! It looks like you guys had a blast!

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  2. Kathleen, it was SO awesome meeting you and shooting with you. Love your unique angles. You are such a sweet person! Love these, Kathleen. The last one is my favorite. You set that one up just perfectly.

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  3. LOOOOOVE! LOOOOOOOVE! You are genius with teens and HS seniors! I love these images - especially the last 2!

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  4. You did a beautiful job on these!!!

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  5. Beautiful work Kathleen! Love the one on the newspaper stand and the last one. Gorgeous!!

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