Incorporating Fashion into a senior photo shoot gives a shoot an edge and a super cool vibe. This session is exactly that…edgy and cool! The seniors wardrobe shows off her amazing style and the photographer captured it perfectly.
Lissa Anglin of Lissa Anglin Photography in Lubbock, Texas said, “Morgan’s West Texas senior session features a clean, fashion-oriented look. We wanted to get a great collection of edgier images and also simply beautiful ones.”
I think she nailed it! Check out this session below and read what else Lissa had to share about it. Thank you for sharing your work with Seniorologie Lissa!!
What was your inspiration for this photo shoot?
Lighting- Fashion magazines, Styling and posing- Anthropologie
Where did this photo shoot take place?
Did you collaborate with this senior to come up with the clothing and/or concept for this shoot?
No. Morgan and her mother spent the week before putting together the different looks and I was excited to see that they were a great variety of fun, classic and casual.
What camera, lens or other equipment was used for this shoot?
Nikon D700, 50mm 1.4, 85mm 1.4, 14-24 2.8 all Nikkor lenses
What time of day were these taken?
Can you share any post-processing techniques used when editing this session?
I batch edited in Lightroom using some VSCO film presets, and then did minor retouching in PS.
What is your favorite thing about this session?
My favorite thing about this shoot is the fresh feeling I see in these images. I love that they have an editorial look and that Morgan was open to me capturing many different aspects of her personality.
What do you want this session to convey about this senior and about your senior photography style?
I love to create timeless images that the senior will be proud of years down the road. Though fashion and photographic style may change, I want to create a really beautiful depiction of where my clients are at, here and now. I hope Morgan can look back on these images and remember the was she felt at this crossroad in her life.
What is one tip you can share with other photographers regarding photographing seniors?
Look for the story. Seniors have a lot to say about themselves and their perspective, but sometimes it’s tough to pull that out of them and convey it in a photograph. The more we talk- about whatever- the closer I get to really seeing them and photographing them well.
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