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Senior Portraits?

In some ways, it’s easier to photograph a bride and groom than other subjects. I mean think about it- they’re in love, they’re all dressed up, hours of hair, makeup, etc. …and they WANT to go through this whole wedding day experience. In this light, I have GREAT admiration and respect for the photographers out there who regularly photograph “rebellions teens” or “cranky toddlers” and make it look good. You possess great skill! (Of course, don’t think that wedding photography is a walk in the park, either. Because it’s a wedding day, the pressure factor is 100x higher than a regular portrait session, simply because there are no do-overs… Each person has their strengths and weaknesses, and while we won’t get into my many weaknesses today lol, I suppose that remaining calm & composed under pressure is one of my few redeeming qualities. But I digress… The point is, every profession has it’s demands.)

Anyways, I recently photographed a few seniors- my sister Alissa, and a few others, by special request. Let me know what you think?

All images were made with a D300 and a Sigma 50-150 2.8, except for the very last one which was made on a 7D. (Been shooting a few jobs together with Emily Ivey; I’ve logged quite a few hours on her 7D and it’s a pretty cool camera…)

Take care,
=Matt=






































www.matthewsaville.com

by Matthew Saville

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April 15, 2010 - 8:33 PM Jesse - nice stuff. the last one is definitely interesting.

April 23, 2010 - 7:22 AM Pam Martin - Hi Matt, Love your senior pics along with other random pics! I have only read reviews on the 7D, would be nice to try one out sometime!

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