Where do we start on this amazing session with Tori? Such a contrast in styles and interests. This is why our senior portrait sessions are so fun to do, we can show off Tori’s ability on stage and her trigger finger in the field, and finish it up with a little sass in evening wear. A young woman with many interests and self-proclaimed inability to show off sass. Let’s start with the the stage portion.
Our good friends at the Texas Theater opened their doors for us to use their stage and balcony areas for us to show off Tori’s love of the stage and performing. The photos are a mix of the ambient stage ligthing mixed in with our additional big lights and are themed with Tori’s acting/singing. Love the balcony area with the restored antique theater seating from the late 30’s. Just gives a cool vibe to the whole process. Tori comes out looking like a young stage ingenue!
From a little black dress to almost full camouflage Tori moved into a different gear and showed us how she hunts with a rifle and shotgun, careful to not let anyone else touch her Remington 700 series with Zeiss optics (something we can agree on) or her 1100 series trap shotgun.
We finished up the session around the town square in Seguin at Tori’s church. We used the long walkway’s to create graphic light and shadow to contrast with the sweetness that Tori brings.
Thanks Tori for letting us flex our creative muscles a bit!
For all you seniors out there, or soon to be, imagine what aspects of your life we can show off.
Josh loves a good adventure.