You can still have a senior session in the winter…yes you read that right. We did her session in December, right before Christmas so it was a little bit cold outside, but still turned out absolutely amazing! Winter senior photos are totally doable, so don’t worry if you missed out on the warmer weather, I’ve got you.
If you play a sport of any kind, you can always incorporate them into your senior photos, whether we go to your home field or on location with props from your sport. These are your photos, so make sure to show off who YOU ARE. She has been dancing forever so we started her senior session in Spindle Tree to show off some of her skills. If you were ever looking for dance senior photos on pinterest, most of the options are a little cringey(pretty much most sport photos on pinterest are that way). So take a look at Addie’s photos below to see the way it should be done!
I absolutely love this shot. We set out all of her pointe shoes around her…and no, these were not all of them.
I mean….how amazing is this shot?
We included her boyfriend’s football jersey for a few photos!
She changed into her second outfit which was perfect for her.
We left the studio and shot around downtown Clinton. There were some Christmas trees left and we LOVED the ones with lights in them!
Addie is graduating from Grace Christian Academy this May. She is SOO talented…like so talented its crazy. She dances, sings, does theatre and so much more. She is headed to Anderson University – School of the Arts in the fall of 2021.
We had to include some of the classic Tennessee mountains in her photos. How great is that view?
What screams Winter Senior Photos other than a beanie in a field?
I love getting family in the photos! Addie’s mom and sister came to her session and look how adorable they are?!?
Need to see more senior photos? Check out my latest blog post here!