Solid Planning: Adelaide's Senior Session

November 21, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

Often times, when planning senior sessions, the discussion is limited to a phone call or a series of emails.

Often times, but not all the time.

Adelaide and her Mom, Lisa, opted to meet with me and discuss their plans on a Saturday morning over coffee. It was a good chance to discuss outfits, preferences, location ideas, and overall just make sure we're a good fit.

And y'know what? The actual, practical result can be seen pretty clearly in her photos. We shot for roughly 2 hours, but had a lot of fun exploring downtown Tacoma, the UW area, the glass museum, and at one point getting caught in the middle of "Walk for the Cure". We had a blast! We were able to keep an eye out for what she wanted, the colors she liked, and the areas she was interested, because we had discussed it beforehand.

If you're considering a senior session (or really, any kind of professional portrait session) with us, planning is important. And the best kind is when we can sit and chat in-person. We're happy to go over those details via email, but if you've got the time, we'd love to meet you face-to-face!



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