Sonia’s spring senior photos showcases why you wait to do your senior portraits in the spring. It was a lovely spring day, it was so nice and wasn’t humid. We found some gorgeous blooming trees (check out the lilacs we caught) at the Acton Arboretum. Sonia is graduating in just a couple weeks. I think this is the perfect way to celebrate the end of your senior year.
Often the rush for senior photos is in the summer and fall right before you start your senior year. This is the right time to do them if you are planning on using your senior portraits in your yearbook. Each school has a different yearbook deadline and in my experience it’s usually October (some times we luck out with a November deadline).
Some schools require all the students to have the same studio headshot portrait for the yearbook that you have taken at school. If this is what your school does then you have the option to do spring senior photos. You aren’t tied to the yearbook deadline. If this is what your school does keep scrolling to see how lovely a spring senior portrait session can be!
Sonia opted for a full senior photo session (instead of a mini session) which meant she got to do a few outfit changes. I love the choices she made. The dress she wore was so cute. I love seeing my seniors express their own personalities with their outfits.
Are you a class of 2021 or class or 2022 senior? Check out our senior portrait portfolio to get more information!