No matter what high school you go to in the greater Waukesha area… whether that’s any of the Waukesha schools, or Arrowhead High School, or Kettle Moraine High School, or any of the Brookfield, New Berlin, or Milwaukee area schools… I can create an amazing “Sportrait” with your senior portrait session that shows off the passion you’ve been working at. We can customize it with your school jersey or uniform, or keep it simple… after all, the “after effects” that I add in Photoshop are what gives these extreme sport portraits their “WOW factor.” I absolutely love creating these, and there’s no additional charge to do a “Sportrait” during your senior portrait session. Let’s start talking about your session today!
Lauryn, lovely in lilac! This busy high school senior has a great portrait session in the Boerner Botanical Gardens. Bringing a jacket is a great way to change up any outfit for pictures, like the white jean jacket Lauryn brought with her. She was looking for a simple setting and poses, everything we captured looks very natural and fitting with her overall style. Best of luck to her at UW-Madison next fall, all that hard work paid off!
Something most seniors and parents don’t think about is who is on the other side of the camera. For Emily’s senior portraits she brought a friend. I love this idea! Not only are friends good at telling us if our hair needs to be fixed or if we have food in our teeth, they are really good at making us smile and laugh. Emily said, “having a friend along made me feel so much more relaxed during the pictures and I felt like it made my smile and overall face expressions more realistic in the photos because I was actually laughing and having fun while I was there.” We had so much together in Frame Park and she is thrilled with how they turned out. Congrats to Emily and best of luck next year in Duluth!