Brianne had some definite ideas about what she wanted for her senior portraits. "Something with columns and stairs, like the capitol building", and "something kind of outdoorsy"...okay, no problem. "And something on the track (she runs track for TCA)...kind of like a Nike poster." O....kaaaay. Man, I'm so glad she asked for that--we really loved shooting those portraits--lots of fun. It was cool, also, because when we did get down the the track, she put her game face on--I thought she was going to run through the camera. Intense. In fact, she built up so much intensity, she had to run a lap and get it out (very. fast). Thanks, Brianne--you rocked our world!
senior portrait session at ute valley park and colorado college in colorado springs
senior portraits in colorado springs
senior portraits in downtown colorado springs
senior portrait session in downtown colorado springs and ute valley park
We wanted to get a photo of Taylor doing her thing--hitting softballs really, really hard. But the angle we wanted was low and kind of in the line of fire. It required laying down on the field and trusting her to crack balls past you. Anything for the shot. Also, though, it was clear from the beginning that this young lady was in her element. A very precise hitter, and we lack the scars to prove it. Know what's not fair, though? Put that same young lady in a dress? In dress casual? Lovely.
Senior portrait session in Old Colorado City and Bear Creek Park.
Senior portrait session at the US Air Force Academy.
Spencer is a laid back guy--so laid back, he brought a hammock to his session. So laid back, he wasn't at all alarmed when we saw...snakes. Lots of snakes. Okay, they were small snakes, but still. Lots. Meanwhile, Spencer relaxed in his hammock, penning deep thoughts about trees. He's a funny guy. In fact, we couldn't have enjoyed our session with him more! Well, okay, maybe if there hadn't been quite so many snakes...
We loved meeting Hannah! She's an amazing dancer and clearly a beautiful young lady. Plus, she was adventurous enough to go downtown for some totally awesome ballet photos in the city...and that's after dancing six hours! Thanks, Hannah--you rocked our world!