Downtown Columbia Senior Session
I can't believe that once upon a time, I thought I would hate senior sessions. When I first started in photography, families and young children were definitely my comfort zone. But with some encouragement from friends, I gave senior sessions a try and was pleasantly surprised with how much I enjoyed them. It's so fun to get to know these young people, and also to try to capture their personalities and passions in photographs. I just love that Dylan brought his guitar to this session, and my favorite photos from it are ones where he is playing.
I also love the ability to get creative with backgrounds and lighting. I can do that to some extent with younger kids, but they just don't stand in one place for long. I love the look and variety of downtown sessions, but don't recommend them for my young clients because it's not a safe space for them to roam and explore freely. But with seniors, it's just perfect. Downtown Franklin is great, but I also have grown to love shooting in downtown Columbia. It was just the perfect weather and perfect location to commemorate Dylan's senior year.
Keywords: 2018, Columbia, crystal freemon photography, downtown, fall, outdoors, photography, portraits, senior, teen
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