There are many ways to display your senior photos – most traditionally in a framed print in your parent’s house – but have you ever thought about a senior portrait album? What a fun way to collect all your favorite memories from your session with Sarah Sidwell Photography!
Class of 2015 has some pretty stellar graduates — and Andrew is no exception! He is a true renaissance man. He plays guitar, is an excellent artists, and can hold his own in the academic world, as he is looking into some pretty impressive majors (hint: majors that require enough math and science to make my brain explode with too much information!)…
This lady is off to college! Corinne has second shot weddings for me many a time over the last 3 or so years (she has a great eye and is so fun to work with!). It was fun to turn the camera around on Corinne and put her in front of the lens instead of behind it, and isn’t she beautiful! . . .
When Jessica was a senior in high school she decided not to take senior photos, but when she was a sophomore in college—- she and her mom started to regret that decision. In comes *Krista* who recommends they contact me to take some senior portraits…. errr, should I say sophomore portraits? Either way, I am so glad that I got to meet Jessica when I did. As a sophomore in college she was taking many of the same art and photography classes that I took a few years before, we had so much fun chatting about professors, the photo lab and the endless hours spent in the dark room developing film. . . .