Senior Pictures | Q&A The Senior Influencer Team

Senior Pictures | Q&A The Senior Influencer Team

 

Everything You Need to Know About The Senior Influencer Team

 

By now you have heard of The Studio Kate’s Senior Influencer Team and are ready to learn how you can enrich your Senior Year by joining this amazing team. Here is all you need to know…

 

What is a Senior Influencer Team Member?

Senior Influencer Team Members are seniors who represent The Studio Kate, by using resources that The Studio Kate provides to refer their fellow classmates and friends. As a team member, you’ll get a complimentary session, partake in themed group shoots, then spend your Senior Year showing off your incredible senior pictures and offering discounts, that only team members can offer, to anyone and everyone in need of amazing senior pictures!

 

Why did Kate start the Senior Influencer Team?

Kate has a passion to give to her community and build up other women and girls. This team allows her to do both with the high school seniors in her community. Kate’s favorite part of having the Senior Influencer Team is seeing the girls’ self confidence build from the first shoot to the last.

 

Who can be a Senior Influencer Team Member?

Anyone who is in the current senior class can apply to be a team member.  The Studio Kate accepts students from public, private, and parochial schools in Hamilton County!  We want to have a diverse team made up of all sizes, ethnicities, religions, and cultures!

 

For current juniors, check back in January. We will start accepting applicants for the next years Senior Influencer Team during January of your Junior Year.  

 

How many reps do you accept each year? What are you looking for in a rep?

 The Studio Kate accepts 10 to 12 seniors each year. We look for kind, fun-loving, stylish, outgoing, and incredibly motivated reps who are eager to spread the word about our studio and earn amazing rewards in the process.

 

How does Kate choose which applicants make the team?

After filling out the application, you will also make an appointment to have an interview with Kate. A parent/guardian must attend the interview with you because it is especially important that they also understand the type of commitment this requires. After all the interviews are done, Kate will thoroughly review all applicants and choose the ones who will best represent the studio!

 

 

 

What do I get as a Senior Influencer Team Member?

We created this team to establish new friendships and most importantly build your own self-confidence! All senior reps get a complimentary photo session including hair, makeup, and image reveal session. Please note that Senior Influencer Team Members purchase their images (prints, wall art, and digital files) like any other client, but will have opportunities to earn extra products once you hit your initial referral goal!  You also get to take part in choosing themes for the group shoots. Group shoots are not just group pictures, but also include creating lots of individual pictures, adding extra pictures to your portfolio of images to choose from. Kate might like to spoil you with goodies throughout the year too.  In addition to the swag in our coveted goodie bags, you will also get a Senior Influencer Studio Kate Shirt.  That shirt is unique every year because it is designed by the team.

 

 

Does this sound you?  Are you ready to make some new friends, build up your confidence in front of the camera, and earn some great rewards by representing The Studio Kate?  If so, reach out, tell us a little about yourself, and we’ll help you start your application to be a Senior Influencer! 

 

Senior Fashion Experience

Senior Fashion Experience

How Our Senior Photo Shoots Evolved Into Senior Fashion Experiences 

 

 

Senior pictures has always been one of my favorite genres as a portrait photographer. There are many categories I enjoy but there is something amazing about working with someone one on one, seeing their soul through the lens of my camera, and then sharing the final product created only to see the utmost joy on their faces!

In my office I have a reminder of how lucky I am to be in a career that I love.  In a journal filled with much wisdom, my grandfather wrote “If you must work-find something you would do for nothing, but you get paid well for” I keep that on my office wall along with a picture of my grandfather and me.

 It’s been almost 23 years since my passion for photography was ignited. I was in high school taking the Basic Photography course. Over the last 23 years I have taken that hobby and turned it into my full-time career! How lucky am I? During that process, I have weeded a lot of genres out.  Weddings, no thanks. Newborns, not patient enough. Boudoir, really just not my thing. This list goes on and on, but one of the types of photography that has always stuck with me is Senior portraits.

Since our first senior shoots for the class of 2007, we have tried a lot of different things, and believe we have found the sweet spot for what our Senior photoshoots should include. In the early years it was book your shoot, show up to your shoot, and then wait for the digitals to be delivered. But we’ve learned that if you only deliver digital files, they wind up in the back of a desk drawer somewhere.  For me photography has always been so much more than handing someone a USB stick with pictures on it.  It’s about creating art that can hang on the wall, bring joy every day, and be proudly passed down to the next generation.

But even beyond the finished product, I dreamt of creating a Senior Fashion Experience that was as memorable as my own senior photo shoot. So we have spent years working with mentors, sharing ideas with other photographers, and asking seniors what they loved about their own senior sessions.  That dream has been realized in what is now our standard process.  It’s a vision that includes everything from getting to know who my client is, and what they aspire to become.  It’s making sure I’m capturing her unique personality in the images I create.  And maybe most importantly, it’s about making her feel like a queen for a day.

Next week I will go into more detail about what is included in our Senior Fashion Experience

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Senior Portrait of Hamilton South Eastern High School Senior, Stephanie
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And all of that should come with an unforgettable experience.

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Senior Pictures | Going Back to Katie’s Senior Photo Shoot

Senior Pictures | Going Back to Katie’s Senior Photo Shoot

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Katie’s Senior Photo Shoot

 *Warning these pictures might invoke uncontrollable laughter*

My senior photoshoots have always been more to me about creating an experience these kids will hold onto for years, than just about taking pictures. My own senior photoshoot experience played a huge role in the photographer that I have become. It was just a few years ago 😉 that I experienced having my senior pictures taken.

 As I drove to Broadripple, I quickly realized that the anticipation of my senior pictures had mounted since my 8th grade year at Hamilton Southeastern.  A few years before, my sister Megan, had her pictures done by “The Photographer” everyone who cared about their pictures used, and a few years before that my oldest sister, Kari, had them done by the same photographer! And I just couldn’t wait to see what creative ideas this photographer had for my pictures!

I remember driving down the entire time, wondering if I brought enough outfits. Did my hair still look good? Would my makeup fade before I even got my first picture taken? What if my pictures just didn’t turn out as good as my sisters!? Oh, the thoughts that crossed my mind!

Andrew Scalini was the photographer that any kid in the Indianapolis area dreamed of having their pictures taken by. I was lucky enough to get to. He was ahead of his time in style, and creative beyond the mind can comprehend.

I remember walking into his studio, slowly opening the door and just standing in awe. I was immediately drawn in to the art on the walls. And by art, I mean photos Scalini had taken himself. They were smooth, but edgy. Perfectly posed but not too posed. His angles were that of an artist. He told a story with each picture.

And then there he was, Scalini. The man I had idolized for years now, was shaking my hand (well the best he could with the layers of clothes hanging over my arms). His studio was upstairs, so we walked upstairs to where we would do the indoor portion of the shoot. I was simply in awe of this studio.

The setup of different backgrounds encompassed me. But they weren’t like other photographers with those faux backgrounds that were supposed to look like you were in the woods or some fairytale setting. His backgrounds were something that you knew were produced by a creative mind.  

There was a tin wall that made from material typically used for roofing. A black wire piece that was grid shaped, and when he would shine a gelled light on it that would produce the same pattern on the wall plus the color from the gel.

He was a creative genius with all he did. He had a white wall that he used to take pictures of his clients on, and the contrast of dark brown hair was beautiful. (I know you can’t believe the current blond isn’t real, huh?) He would produce matte pictures with them instead of using the typical glossy finish and this was one genius way his photographs stood out from the million other photographers in the area.

After we finished in the studio, we took a drive to a local park to get some outdoor shots.  As we were driving he suddenly slammed on the brakes pulling off the road.  My mind began to race trying to figure out if something was wrong with the car or if Scalini was having some type of medical issue! But I quickly realized to my right there was a huge field of Black Eyed Susans that caught his eye as the perfect setting for a picture. To this day it is still my favorite senior picture of myself. It may be because I’m in the overalls I lived in while in high school, but I think it’s because of this great memory I have that is connected to that picture and that field. I don’t know Broad Ripple well, but one place I can get you to is that field.

Scalini had the reputation of being the “expensive” photographer in our area. But he proved over and over, with my sisters, and with me that he was worth spending every penny. He didn’t just create pictures, he created memories that I will hold close forever.  Andrew Scalini, thank you for helping me understand that I can create valuable memories for my clients. What seemed expensive at the time, will forever remain priceless to me.

25 Unique Senior Picture Ideas

25 Unique Senior Picture Ideas

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25 Unique Senior Picture Ideas

Senior picture ideas are easy to find, but somehow difficult to remember once it’s time to start your senior portrait session. We’ve scoured the web looking for some of the most unique ideas, and some that are tried and true. Not every idea will work for every student, but if you come away with just one more great picture that you had before, I’m sure it will be worth the read.

We’ve divided it up into categories for you so it will be easy to find what you are looking for.  Some photographers have specific locations that they always visit but may need your help with some up to date posing ideas.  Others might have a whole closet full of props but not know what’s on-trend for this graduation year.  In any case, have a quick scroll, see what you think, and if you find something you absolutely love, let us know!  The Studio Kate can help you create senior portraits that will make all your friends jealous!

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So here we go…

25 Unique Senior Picture Ideas

Current Trends

Let’s start with a few current trends.  Some of these ideas have been around for a while, but they are still trending with this year’s seniors.  Others might seem a little silly, but if people didn’t love them, kids wouldn’t be still be posting them!

1. Colored Smoke

I’m seeing a lot of images right now using different colors of smoke bombs.  I don’t LOVE this effect, because it’s so often done without much thought.  Once you pull that ring, you only have 90 seconds to get the shot, so a little pre-planning goes a long way. If you decide to use them pay attention to the direction of the wind and give yourself a little room.  A big cloud of smoke is a cool way to create something different than everyone else, but you’ve got to have a good plan, and execute on it quickly.

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2. Scrabble Tiles

Scrabble might not be the newest board game on the block, in fact, it’s almost 100 years old, now, but it’s still a wildly popular game, especially among high school girls who love to read.  The great thing about this trend is that you can do so much with it.  You could write your name or your high school, you could spell out your graduation year, or even your college destination.

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4. Chalk Graffiti

Graffiti walls are always fun for senior photos, but there’s no need to permanently deface something for a 10-minute backdrop.  Chalk is easy enough to spray off, and it lets you, the creative senior, do anything they want.  Something as simple as a graduation year will work, but maybe you have been drawing this one specific character in your notebooks since 3rd grade.  There’s no reason not to express yourself with something that’s highly personal for you.  Just be sure you either own the wall, or have the owner’s permission, first!

5. Sign Board

A funny phrase, a favorite Bible verse, or again even just your high school name or graduation year.  One of those velvet-like signboards and a bunch of letters could be all it takes to make a custom senior picture that no one else will have.  My advice?  Get one that already has “pre-cut” letters, so you don’t spend all of your time breaking them apart.

 

Location Ideas

6. In Front Of Your High School

I know. Genius, right?  It seems like this would be something that’s done all the time, but it’s really not something you see a whole lot of.    You could also consider that sign at the entrance to your city limits or anything else that has your city name on it in huge letters.  You’ll be surprised at just how big they are when you get right up next to them.

7. In A School Stairwell

Senior in a stairwell. Yes, it’s been done.  But what about THE stairwell.  You know… that one particular stairwell at your school that you spent a ton of time in.  Maybe you just went up and down it a dozen times a day for four years, or maybe you had your first kiss here, or first saw that guy that you are now sure you are going to spend the rest of your life with.  What’s great about a picture like this is that it can just be a stairwell to everyone else but could help you remember something very special 20 years from now.

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8. At Your Sports Venue

How many hours have you spent in that gym, on that field, or around that track?  When you think about high school, sports might be your very first thought.  Most schools will give you access to those facilities if you just have your photographer give them a call and schedule a time that it’s not in use.  You can do some amazing things when you have a wide-open space like that all to yourself.

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9. In A Field

Tall grass and a big open area really put the focus on you.  Even if you take a big blue velvet chair (or anything that seems completely out of place in a field) and put it right there in the middle, it can really create a fun shot that’s all about you.  Plan on going well out of your way, and doing a little walking, but we’ve found that some of the best senior pictures are the ones that have almost nothing to distract the viewer.

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10. Next To An Old Barn

There’s just something about the texture of the paint peeling off an old barn that looks great against the young style of a fashion-forward senior.  If you have one you love, let your photographer know.  This is another time that you’ll want to check in with the owner so that you don’t get run off their property during your photoshoot.

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Detail Ideas

When you are thinking about your senior year, you often think about all the big things.  What dress you wore to prom.  Who showed up at homecoming.  The final score of the state tournament.  But there are lots of little things that need to be remembered too.  Don’t let those details pass you by.  One day they’ll be just as important as that picture with your school mascot.

11. Class Ring

Class rings are highly personalized.  And while you may think you’ll have it forever, one false move on a jet-ski and it may be at the bottom of the reservoir for the rest of your life. (Not that I have any personal experience in that) This is a fun time to get a close up of your class ring with the rest of you not quite so in focus.

12. Cap and Gown

Lots of students just rent their caps and gowns for the graduation ceremony because it’s too expensive to buy them for just a couple of hours’ use.  That’s just fine.  Do what your school tells you to do but mention this to your photographer.  It’s not all that expensive to get a set that can be used for senior pictures. In fact, they might already have a few different sizes for your school color!  If not, you can at least order a mortarboard cap for your pictures.  It’s called a mortarboard because it looks like the board that brick masons used to hold mortar, but it’s a perfect fresh canvas for you to express your own ideas. Even if the school doesn’t allow it at your graduation, it’s a fun way to show your personality in your senior portraits.

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13. Tassel

Don’t forget about the tassel that hangs from your cap.  There are a few fun things you can do with that thing.  Hold it out and make it the only thing in focus, like a class ring shot.  Or even just have it hanging in the background next to that beautiful smile.

14. Awards

You might not take them to college, or even take them with you when you move away from home, but if you have a few awards that you’ve earned over the years, this is a good way to remember them without holding on to them like you were on an episode of hoarders.  It doesn’t matter if they are academic awards, sports awards, or just a participation award from a school fundraiser, get a good picture with them all, then you won’t feel like you need to drag them from one house to the next for the rest of your life.

15. Senior Cords

OK, this was a new one to me, and it might be regional to Indiana, but at least here in Noblesville, every year at homecoming all the girls wear their ‘Senior Cords.”  As I understand it, the tradition started with yellow corduroy pants, but these days, white denim seems to be a better palette for these wearable works of art.  The girls spend the week decorating a fresh pair of white jeans with markers and puffy paint.  They write their names, grad year, and their friends’ names.  They draw their school mascot, their favorite sports symbols, and other pictures from their twelfth year.  I’ve seen everything from phone app logos to inside jokes displayed on these pants, and it’s one of their favorite memories.  When you have something that special, I don’t know why some fun close-ups of them wouldn’t be included in your senior pictures.

Expression ideas

If the only direction your photographer gives you is “SMILE!” picture after picture, you might want to consider hiring a different one.  Smiles are classic, and yes you want some big happy smiles in your photos, but a well-rounded set of expressions can really make for a much better senior portfolio.

16. Natural Smiles

You may not love it. It may not be perfect, but it is your smile. And that’s the face that your friends and family will remember in the times that they knew you were happy.  So, yes, play along.  Think of something happy. Giggle to yourself a little bit and offer up a full genuine smile to your photographer.

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17. Hint of Smile

It doesn’t need to be big full smiles all the time.  Relax your face of all expression, barely bring those corners of your mouth up, and let your eyes do the smiling.  Again, thinking of something that makes you happy, and let your belly giggle just a little. This is worth spending a little time on in the mirror before you head to the studio for your session.  A soft smile can create an amazing image that’s different from everything else out there.  When you get it right, you’ll know it.  Practice a little at home, so you can turn it on and off during your session.

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18. Genuine Laugh

You may not be in the most relaxed moment of your life, but you have got to find something to laugh about.  While you may have your eyes shut, a good image of you laughing will bring smiles to everyone who sees it.  Fake it if you must but find a way to get a good laugh out of yourself.  You might even find that forcing a laugh will get you laughing for real.

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19. Fashion Serious

Here at The Studio Kate, one of our favorite things to do is treat our seniors like fashion supermodels.  When we are shooting senior sessions, we take the position that we are shooting for a high-end fashion magazine.  While fashion models don’t always appear to be happy, the elegance of a flat mouth and a hard stare are always a sought-after look.  Sometimes, just trying to create this look will lead to capturing great genuine smiles and laughs as a reaction to the fashion serious attempt.

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20. Game Face

Maybe your sport is football or softball.  Maybe your passion is cello or marching band.  Whatever it is, when it’s time for you to compete, you know what face you put on.  Your senior year is more than just fun and games.  Let your competitive side show through in these milestone photos.

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Together Ideas

Your senior pictures are all about you, but one of the best things about you is those other people you have connected with.  When you look back at this time, you’ll want to remember those people and those relationships, so don’t be afraid to bring them into the shot.

21. Best Friend

She’s been there through thick and thin.  She should be there for this incredible experience with you!  One of the best ways to do this is to both book the same photographer, then have your senior photo shoots on the same day, overlapping by 30 or 30 minutes.  This allows you to each have focused time with your photographer, but still, get some great pictures together.

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22. Your Squad

Whether it’s all the girls at your lunch table, your entire rugby team, or maybe just those 3 girls you’ve known since third grade, they are special to you.  Maybe it’s during your senior session, or maybe it’s a separate one with your friends, but this is a great way to solidify that bond of friendship before you all go off to different colleges.

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23. Your Brother or Sister

We don’t see this a lot at 17 years old, but sometimes your brother or your sister might be your best friend or your biggest cheerleader.  Even if they aren’t, your parents will LOVE that you decided to share the spotlight with them and will certainly want to keep a professional portrait of the two of you hung up in your home.

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24. Your Boyfriend

Tattooing your boyfriend’s name on yourself has been a bad idea for hundreds of years but getting a few pictures with him does not have the same consequences.  Yes, this relationship may not last forever, but senior pictures are all about remembering who you were at this pivotal moment in your life.  And that includes this guy that you’ve been seeing for 2 years.  Don’t let him stick around for the whole session. He’ll kill your high fashion vibe, but have him drop in, get a few pics with him, and then have him go get you a table at Outback for a relaxing meal after the shoot.

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25. Your Mom

Yes, your mom.  90% of the time, Mom is going to be there with you for the shoot anyway.  She’ll always be your biggest fan (and she’s probably paying for your pictures anyway).  Invite her in for a couple of quick clicks.  Don’t let her tell you she’s not dressed right or didn’t put on all her makeup.  You love her just the way she is, and she’ll love that she has a picture with you on this special day.

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So, there you have it.  25 more (yes, I know this is not the first article you’ve scrolled through) senior picture ideas that should help you create at least one image that is totally unique to you.   Now all you have to do is find a photographer who will listen to you and be willing to work with your to create the amazing photos that you have been looking forward to for the last twelve years.  If you need any help with that, just let me know… I’ve got a couple in mind. 😊

 

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Looking for Stunning Senior Portraits? Reach Out!

You deserve senior pictures that you can be proud of… senior photos that you LOVE.
And all of that should come with an unforgettable experience.

We’d love to hear from you!

You can click the button below to chat with us in messenger right now, send us an email, or just give us a call.
Let’s talk about what your ideal senior session would look like, and how you’d like to remember this moment in your life.

Senior Influencer Team | Class of 2021 | The Studio Kate

Senior Influencer Team | Class of 2021 | The Studio Kate

Senior Influencer Team | Class of 2021 | The Studio Kate

Our Senior Influencer Team is a group of girls that serve as representatives of The Studio Kate. We work to create images that capture the personality, character and physique of a high school senior! Creating a team of girls who help represent my business and brand, The Studio Kate Senior Influencer Team, is one of my ABSOLUTE FAVORITE things to do within my business.

For me it’s much less about the business or even taking the pictures, and more about building relationships with these girls on my team! The process starts with a call-out for high school juniors who want to take part in our team for their senior year. These girls walk through an application process on our website. They then schedule appointments for a face to face interview with me. At this interview, we chat about everything from their personality to their favorite color to their family life, etc. I spent DAYS at Noble Coffee and Tea interviewing these applicants. Looking for charismatic girls from different friend circles, who would respectfully represent my business and who wanted to build friendships with the other applicants chosen.

We had nearly 30 girls apply this year. All of them I truly would have loved to place on the team. After lots of consideration, I narrowed it down to 10 girls who I would love to introduce to you! We haven’t done a shoot yet, but I am so excited to get to know these girls and create amazing images with them, and even more amazing friendships.

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I cannot wait to bring these girls together and create some amazing images AND memories!!!

 

 Senior Pictures

If Senior Pictures are important to you, even if you don’t feel super confident in the way that you look, reach out to Katie@TheStudioKate.com.  A high fashion photoshoot can be the perfect opportunity to capture all your personality (or lack thereof 😊) your senior year!

 

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Senior Photo of Noblesville High School Tennis Player, Sarah
Senior Photo of Noblesville High School Tennis Player, Sarah
Senior Photo of Noblesville High School Tennis Player, Sarah

Looking for Confident Senior Photos? Reach Out!

You deserve senior pictures that you can be proud of… senior photos that you LOVE.
And all of that should come with an unforgettable experience.

We’d love to hear from you!

You can click the button below to chat with us in messenger right now, send us an email, or just give us a call.
Let’s talk about what your ideal senior portrait session would look like, and how you’d like to remember this moment in your life.

Senior Photos | Noblesville High School | Sarah

Senior Photos | Noblesville High School | Sarah

Senior Photos with Noblesville High School Tennis Player – Sarah

Senior photos were not at the top of Sarah’s mind as she was entering her twelfth year of high school.  But a friend of a friend reached out to tell us that she would be a perfect girl for our senior model team.  Sarah was a little shy coming into our first group shoot.  I can only imagine that growing up being the only red head and the tallest girl in her class created some would make anyone a little self-conscious of their appearance, but in the world of photography those are the exact things that super models are made of.

It wasn’t long before her natural leadership kicked in, and the other influencers were looking to her for advice.  She is always helpful, incredibly thoughtful, and her smile is more than just a little contagious.  From the moment Rachel started hair and makeup with her, it was one giggle after another.  Since we were already in the studio in downtown Noblesville, we decided to click a few frames in the parking lot right behind Alexanders on the square.  The way the white paint had fallen off that century old brick wall is the kind of things most photographers have to fake with printed paper backdrops or using Photoshop compositing techniques.  All we needed to do was use our portable strobes and a soft box to add a touch of fill light to her face, and it instantly created the kind of portrait that you would find in a fashion magazine.

We continued on to the pedestrian bridge that leads to Forest Park.  Just like before, Sarah’s smile took center stage and made this photo session a joy for everyone.  A clothing change and a quick drive later, we found this beautiful open space with tall grass and an amazing tree line.  We dropped this beautiful blue velvet chair in the middle of the field, setup a light or two, and got right back to our senior session as it quickly turned to golden hour.

As part of our Senior Influencer Team, we had the privilege to create dozens of amazing senior photos with Sarah. In addition to her primary fashion shoot and the multiple group shoots, were even able to do a photo session on her home tennis court at Noblesville High School.

While there is no way that we could take credit for all of the growth that Sarah has done over her senior year in high school, her mother made a point to tell us that our Senior Model program was exactly what she needed to create a whole new level of confidence in herself.  In fact, the biggest issue that her mom had with the incredible senior photos that we created together, was that she didn’t know about us when Sarah’s older sister graduated  a couple of years ago, and that her sister is going to be more than a little jealous!

Makeup by Rachel At Inked Hair Guru

If senior photos are important to you, even if you don’t feel super confident in the way that you look, reach out to Katie@TheStudioKate.com .  For some students, a high fashion photo shoot can be the life changing experience they need to see themselves as the beautiful girls that they are.

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The senior experience you provided for Sarah went above and beyond.
The Senior Influencers program that Kate offers is highly recommended.

Laurie Dyer

Co-Owner, T&T Sales and Promotions

Senior Photo of Sarah from Noblesville High School
Senior Picture of NHS Tennis Player, Sarah

Looking for Confident Senior Photos? Reach Out!

You deserve senior pictures that you can be proud of… senior photos that you LOVE.
And all of that should come with an unforgettable experience.

We’d love to hear from you!

You can click the button below to chat with us in messenger right now, send us an email, or just give us a call.
Let’s talk about what your ideal senior portrait session would look like, and how you’d like to remember this moment in your life.