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Hughson High Class of 2018
It’s September which means senior portraits are in full swing. Ethan will be graduating from Hughson high this coming June, class of 2018, and stopped by recently for his senior portraits. After meeting with Ethan and his mom for a consultation we decided an outdoor session was the way to go and headed out to one of my favorite local spots. We had a lot of fun during the session, Ethan and his family are wonderful, fun, happy and an overall pleasure to work with. To make the session even better we had some wonderful light. You can’t ask for more. Good luck to Ethan on the rest of his senior year and the journey he’s about to begin.
Here are a few images from Ethan’s senior portrait session. I hope you enjoy.
Are you a class of 2018 senior or know someone who is? You’ve found the right place. Give me a call, 209-324-5160, or email today to schedule your consultation or session. Still, need more convincing? No problem, check out my senior portrait gallery.
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Mayra and Clinton – Wall Art
I don’t think anything truly makes a house into a home like portraits of the ones you love. Surrounding yourself with portrait wall art of those you love brings a smile to your face each time you walk into the room. Here are a pair of wall art displays of Mayra and Clinton from their recent engagement session. They are a cute couple and we had a great time hanging out with their puppies and checking out the “gun show”. They have a mutual affection for both each other and firearms so we worked a couple awesome riffles into the session. A big thank you to Bloomingcamp Ranch in Oakdale for the perfect setting for the engagement session. I’ll have more images from the day soon.
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How will your story be told?