Last year, I had the privilege of photographing 5 younger siblings of previous senior clients. While it’s particularly gratifying to be hired again by a family, the fun part about these younger sibling senior portrait sessions has been seeing their individuality. Obviously, in some cases there are definite similarities, some in physical appearance, some in personality traits. But these younger sibs are definitely unique. And it’s exciting to help them showcase their talents and celebrate their turn in the spotlight.
I first met Tino at his sister’s outdoor senior session. He was happy to tag along to the park because he could shoot hoops while we busy photographing. Wingfoot Lake Park is a place of family memories and that’s where he wanted to do his outdoor photos, too. I still have a hard time believing this was at the end of January and we were able to be outside for the first 45 minutes of his session! (Praise God for fluke warm spells!) We finished up in my home studio and had a blast. Tino enjoys expressing his style and he is the perfect example of why even guys should bring along accessories. He brought a ton of outfits to choose from and he looked confident and fantastic in every one of them.
Enjoy the rest of your senior year, Tino! I can’t wait to see what God has in store for your future!