Senior Portraits Austin: Kassidy brings on the Spring
Kassidy is one of many seniors who travel a long way to visit our studio. Over the past 12 years, word has spread about the kind of senior portraits we love to capture for our clients. Yes, many of our clients are in the Austin area. But it's always a huge compliment when someone travels from a long distance because they like what they see on our website or what they hear from friends and family.
We're not bigheaded, we are just very thankful for all of the senior portraits we've done over the years, and in the future. In fact, even now our reservations for this Spring are filling up almost completely.
“Oh my gosh! I can’t believe that’s actually me!”
It's one of our favorite things any senior can say to us. We love showing them shots of themselves on the back of the camera, letting them know how amazing they look. It happens every time.
We could always say our studio is the best. But according to whose criteria? However, when it comes to natural, casual, and dressy senior portraits, we do it well. Our studio doesn't try to copy other photographers' styles; we have our own. And our approach is simple:
- Create a fun environment.
- Keep the client relaxed and natural.
- Get a large variety of outfits, locations, looks, and poses.
- Make our seniors and their parents excited about their photos.
It's pretty much a simple approach, but it brings more clients to our studio than any other senior portrait photographer in Austin.
See for yourself…
We're not trying to get every senior into our studio. We only want seniors who appreciate our style and are wanting a great experience along with amazing images. But spaces are almost full for Spring 2015.
If you think we're the right studio for the job, grab your spot and see what we can do.
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In case you have not noticed, I am a newy at Face Book and social net working in paticular, so give me a break, they never taught this sort of wiz bang stuff when i went to school, back in the dark ages, shortly after after WII, they did however teach us Latin, Greek and ancient history, circa Stonhenge and the early Brits, Bye the way my school, Brentwood Grammar School(Essex, England) was founded in1558, the paster/preacher/teacher was burnt at the stake for reading the Bible, which was chained to the lectern and the property on the Church of England who in turn ruled England with Holy Terror and the feeble consent of the King. P.
Guess I did some thing in my rresonse, perhaps I will get the rule book thrown at be, which is OK, have to learn by the school of hard knocks as always. Is reference to the Church of England still extending “The long arm of the Law”, taboo?
Guess I screwed up.
Hey, Paul! It’s cool. No worries :)