Senior Portrait Blog / Investing in Your Memories

  • Published April 4th, 2012 by Jessica

Let's face it...  your senior year adds up quick.  There are senior dues, prom tickets, college applications, etc.  One other item to add to the list is senior portraits.  I bet if I were to ask a parent of a high school senior when the last time their child had professional portraits taken (other than the ones at school,) he/she will say it has been several years.  Possibly even over ten years!

Most people do not consider this: after your senior year, the next time that you will most likely have professional portraits will be at your wedding.  YES!  YOUR WEDDING!  I know... that is crazy to think about.  However, it is also crazy for parents to think about their child going off to college.  But don't worry... they will come back when they run out of money or want a good home cooked meal.  I did at least:)

Anyways, when you child is off to school, what will you have to remember them by?  Portraits of course!  You will have beautiful portraits that remind you exactly of your child.  We know that this is an important time in your life as well as your senior's.   We want to capture your child's memories and create one-of-a-kind documentation for you to swoon over for years and years.

That is why we offer multiple sessions for you to choose from.  From the standard tux or drape to our 6 outfit session, you are sure to get the session you want.  As for the portrait end of things, most people spend anywhere from $200 to $1800; however, we do not have a minimum purchase at our studio.  This allows every senior and their family to go home with portraits reminding them of this time. We have Collections, A-La-Carte pricing, and other custom items available.  We also offer bonus gifts when you reach different levels of spending.

Bottom line... this is an important time in your life and memories are worth the investment.  To download our pricing, click here.


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