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Christina | Wichita senior photos
 

You probably already recoginzine this gorgous gal from my webite, but I'm still excited to share Christina's Senior Photos. Christina was a 2017 Senior from Kapaun Mt. Carmel and is attending WSU this Fall to study Music Theatre. She was looking for senior photos that were creative, modern and urban. We started her senior photo session downtown, went over to Botanica and Century II and wrapped up at Exploration Place. 

wichita senior photos
wichita senior photos
wichita senior photos
wichita senior photos
wichita senior photos
wichita senior photos
wichita senior photos
wichita senior photos
wichita senior photos
wichita senior photos
wichita senior photos
wichita senior photos
wichita senior photos
wichita senior photos

We even got a photo of Christina and her Mom, Mari. Mom's and Dad's, come prepared to have your photo taken as well. I just love capturing this moment between a senior and their parent. 

 
 
Adyson | Wichita Senior Photos
 

Meet Adyson, a vivacious Class of 2017 Senior from Bishop Carroll High School!  I've know Adyson for a few years, ever since I photographed her and her cousins around the WSU campus, listening to The 1979 and being silly. I knew there would be lots of laughing and fun on her Senior Photo session too. Adyson wanted senior photos that were Edgy, Funny and Unique so we started with some studio portraits then headed to The Botanica then The Ambassador Hotel. I just love how these turned out! Adyson, thank you for choosing me to be your senior photographer! 

wichita senior photos
wichita senior photos
wichita senior photos
wichita senior photos
wichita senior photos
wichita senior photos
wichita senior photos
wichita senior photos
wichita senior photos

Spring is a great time for outdoor Senior Photos. I only have two available openings so contact me today! 

 
 
The difference of 5 minutes | Behind the Scenes
 

This is my beautiful and talented friend, Sheona from Backstage Makeup Studio. We went out for some fun photo several months ago and I thought these were the perfect example of why I love lighting so much. These photos illustrate why a photographer should be able to add light to a situation, which can make the colors in a photo pop. These were literally taken 5 minutes apart and the only change was adding light, using my off- camera flash. I absolutely love sunset photos for this reason, they have so much color and vibrancy! 

Taken at 6:28 PM

Taken at 6:28 PM

Taken at 6:33

Taken at 6:33

 
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