We really packed in a trip during Emma’s senior session last week! WE had 2 hours and managed to get in 4 locations! I love when we have the ability to really make your session unique. We had a GREAT time at a jet-ski rental building right in the bay. I personally just love the look of the building , but once I told Emma and her mom about it they informed me that they know the owner! How crazy is that? So we got an all-access pass so to say. The images we shot there might be my favorite from her session-I mean how many people can say they just shot on a boat with little to no planning involved? When we walked down to the row of boats there was a young boy working. He was the cutest little gentleman holding Emma’s hand onto the boat making sure she made it on okay. I just wanted to hug him! (Is that weird?)
We made our way down to Smuggler’s Warf right on the dock. It’s a beautiful restaurant that has an ivy and flower covered entry so of course we stopped there for some beautiful shots. As we were walking from where we parked, I saw the wall of the Bayfront Gallery and I made Emma stop and shoot a bit there as well. I just love a big, white, rusted wall.
The main event was when we made our way to Dobbin’s Landing. The sun was setting (even though it was cloudy) and it was a bit windy- hello model fan- and we were ready! Emma really let loose and had a blast in these photos. Here’s a little bit about Miss Emma:
How would you describe yourself? funny, kind, smart, adaptive
What are your hobbies? Swimming, reading, painting
Why did you want to be a SZP Rep? I love photography, helping people, and having fun 🙂
Emma works at a pharmacy with family and I cannot wait to see what her senior year holds for her 🙂 Here’s a look at the rest of Emma’s senior session!
Isn’t she really just radiating? I love when I can look through images and feel the way they are feeling. All of my senior reps do that to me, and that’s how I know I chose the absolute best kids to represent Samantha Zenewicz Photography.
Whatever ya’ll do today remember- Make it great.
July 11, 2016