If you’re going out and photographing a senior session in the dead of winter you can STILL create beautiful images! Over the last decade of being a senior portrait photographer, I’ve learned how to nail those wintry senior sessions AND how to capture images that are light, bright, and bold (my signature style) for my clients.
Once you see Emma Jo’s senior session in downtown Fredericksburg, you’ll see what I mean! Not only do I walk you through how to find a location and how to navigate your camera settings when it gets super dark super early, you’ll also see how to ask for permission to shoot on private property and how to get a shy senior out of her shell!
Oh, and did I mention that we found some old school VW vans on the side of the road!? They ended up being the perfect backdrop for this session!
If this sounds like something you’d love, I have great news for you! You can watch Emma Jo’s entire, uncut winter senior session TODAY inside The Senior Scoop, my monthly membership community for senior photographers. Every month over 450 photographers get access to real senior sessions just like this one as my virtual second shooter. Plus, they get access to live coaching calls with me, private access to our members-only community, and so much more – and you can too!
All you have to do to get started is CLICK HERE to tune into Emma Jo’s session right now! I’ll see you inside!
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