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Don’t do these 3 things during your Senior Portraits

And look your best for your yearbook.

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Congrats! You’ve made it to your final year of high school. Seriously, good job! This year is full of big to-do’s and one of them is your High School Senior Portraits. I want you and everyone you know to look your best for your yearbook photo, so here are a few things to avoid:

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  1. Don’t wait until the last minute Seriously, do not procrastinate booking this session. Space is limited and you should book the best photographer for your style and goals as soon as possible. After you book your session, we will plan all the little details at your consultation but you will definitely need a few weeks to prepare.

  2. Don’t book a mini-session This portrait session is all about you and everything you are, how in the world would you be able to express that during a mini session? Only book a custom session that will allow for unlimited wardrobe changes and multiple locations, so you can have the perfect outfit at your absolute favorite locations.

  3. Don’t take generic advice Many photographers will have a list of outfits or locations that they want you to wear. Don’t be that person. You want photos that NO ONE else will have. Not a generic location, with a lame wardrobe that everyone else has. Make sure your photographer talks with you in advance about how you want to be photographed.

 

Hurry now and call the highest-rated portrait photographer in the Sacramento region to reserve your award-winning high school senior portrait session before space fills up. I want to help you look your best in your yearbook, however that may look to you.

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