Many people often think that sunny, bright days make for great picture-taking weather. But, the opposite is really more of the truth. As outdoor portrait photographers, we love days that are cloudy, with diffused lighting. Such was the case Monday. I just arrived in Shelby to photograph Matt at the football field. To the north, back in Mason County, about 30 miles away, a storm was moving in. The lighting was perfect. So was our timing. Three minutes after we took the last photo the rain came down! – rob
I can easily say that after photographing professionally for 25 years, this was the first time I ever held a senior portrait session in a hops field. This is Bethany from Grand Rapids. Her family owns a centennial farm on the eastern Mason County line in what is commonly known as Carr Settlement. They also own Carr Creek Hops Farm. It’s great to see the generations taking stock in the heritage of their family’s land. – rob
We had a blast photographing Abbey’s senior pictures. Abbey goes to Ludington High School. We drove up and down the lakeshore creating these special images for her. The key to creating a great portrait is to be prepared. Abbey had great outfits and spent a lot of time on hair and makeup.
Here is a slide show of a recent senior photography session we had with Olivia of Lowell High School. Photographs were taken in the Ludington and Scottville area.
Olivia will be a senior at Lowell High School beginning this week! Here are some of the photographs from her recent senior photo session in the Ludington and Mason County area. We are very blessed that seniors will travel long distances to have us create these cherished memories.