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Senior Portraits Investment

It's your senior year of high school!  Congratulations!  You are probably planning out college applications and scholarships, plugging away at those pesky last credits in order to graduate, or working on your sports accomplishments!  It's also that time of year to take senior portraits!  You know, the ones that go in the yearbook, on invitations for graduation, or your parents walls.  

That's where I come in.  My senior portrait sessions are fun, adventurous, and relaxed.  It is my goal to make sure you come away from your session feeling confident, and your self esteem boosted.  I connect well with my seniors, achieving truly authentic smiles. 

Senior Portrait Packages


Pre-Session Consultation

(phone / in-person)

 1.5 to 2.5 hour session

15 digital images

2 outfits / 2 locations

Post-Session Consultation

(discuss prints / canvas purchase)




Pre-Session Consultation

(phone / in-person)

2 to 4 hour session

35 digital images

4 outfits / 3 locations

Post-Session Consultation

(discuss prints / canvas purchase)



The Session: How I Work

My job is to enhance your philosophy of style. I’ll use a variety of lenses to get full length, mid-length and close-ups. I welcome your ideas for location and I have a few favorites we can recommend. If this is your first solo shoot, it might feel a little awkward. So, I’ll take a few “icebreakers” just to get you warmed up. I want you to be relaxed in your photos, so I like to joke around with you and make it fun. Remember, senior sessions are all about the extraordinary phase of life that you are in. It’s a great way to kick off the new school season, but I'm available to shoot them at anytime throughout the year!  Schedule your session today! 

What To Wear

1)  Match Your Personality

It is important that you wear what your consider comfortable, something that matches your personality and your own personal style.

2)  Dress For The Season!

Try to stick to colors that work with the season.  If it is winter time, stick to warm clothing so that you will be comfortable.  Warm colors are great for the cooler weather.  During summer time, stick with clothing that is lightweight.

3)  Don't Go With What Is In Style

Things that are in style do not necessarily always photograph well.  Find clothing items that you can move around and sit comfortably in.  Perhaps, explore activities that you are currently into (extracurriculars, sports, CART, etc.)

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4)  Bring Options

Accessories (scarves, jewelry, floppy hat, a cardigan).

Multiple outfits (what outfit works best for the location).

Props (a classic truck, sports equipment, pet, etc).

What's Next?

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Become a Senior Rep!

Every year, I have one male and one female Senior to

represent the JHP Senior Photography brand. 

To learn more, click the button below.

Interested?  Let's connect!

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