Elsa F (Cary Academy Class of 2020) was ready for her senior portraits Cary. We did portraits for her older sister a few years earlier, so we were thrilled to continue the tradition!
Senior Portraits Cary: Reflecting on the year
We met with Elsa to get acquainted. Elsa shared that she used to be a figure skater but suffered an injury. She loves to hang out with her friends near the water because it is such a calm place. In school, she loves environmental science.
Elsa was excited for her senior portraits Cary. She loved the idea of a natural setting with flowers and perhaps a touch of urban. We chose a date for her clothing design meeting, and her session.
We met Elsa at the NC Museum of Art, which is a surprisingly beautiful, sprawling, natural campus. Elsa was casually glamorous in her jean skirt and simple black top.
And a beautiful natural field was the perfect combination of sunlight and wildflowers.
For a touch of urban, we used a reflective wall at the museum for several stunning portraits.
Elsa did all the poses perfectly the first time, even if they felt a little silly. Especially the “cowgirl” and the “wobbly cruise ship walk”! And the results were beautiful! See it all in this amazing behind-the-scenes video:
Elsa and her family returned to the studio a few weeks later to view the portraits and video. Elsa chose her yearbook portraits, which we submitted for her. Teresa helped them select a portrait for a framed print. Teresa also recalled the archive of her sister Lydia’s images, and they selected one for a matching framed print, resulting in a beautiful wall art grouping. Elsa also chose her favorite portraits for a keepsake album.
Elsa and her family took advantage of our free family session for our senior portrait clients in the fall of her senior year. They chose an image for a framed family canvas, and some gift items and cards for the holidays.
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