Lots of graduation ceremonies are coming up: U of M 5/2-5/19, University of St. Thomas 5/24, East Ridge High School 5/31, Park High School 5/31, Woodbury High School 6/1. And many more around the cities!
Taking great photos during and after commencement can be a challenge. Lighting is often poor and there is usually lots of excitement/chaos. And, you may have literally a second to capture the perfect moment.
Here are some tips for taking graduation ceremony photos that will be the envy of your friends.
Planning for the Day:
Enjoy the moment and capture as many awesome photos as possible! Many of these photos will be treasured in the future.
Do you have lessons learned or other tips? Click on Leave a Comment to share your thoughts and/or tips.
Many high school seniors schedule their senior photos around the school’s yearbook deadline. Nowadays, photos are used for so much more than the yearbook. Didn’t get the session in before the yearbook deadline? No worries. There still are plenty of opportunities to get the value out of your photo session.
Top 5 Uses for High School Senior Photos…Beyond The Yearbook:
Contact Todd Wildenauer at 612-859-3568 if you would like to book a senior portrait session.
Spring stirs up all sorts of positive thoughts - new life, opportunities, vibrant colors! After a long Minnesota winter, it's nice to look forward to warmer weather and happy days.
Every season offers distinctive photo possibilities - including Spring. Are you sporting a new look...or are you in a new relationship - think of capturing the moment with blooming trees or flowers in the background. Has your family grown - consider capturing those precious photos at the zoo or with some fuzzy yellow ducklings roaming around. Even Springtime rain can be a powerful photographic element. Take photos of your kids splashing around without a care in the world. Or of you...singing in the rain!
Along the same theme of renewal, I'm happy to introduce my new website look. The site has been streamlined so you can more easily view the photos I've taken, and the great clients that have given me an opportunity to photograph them.
Lastly, I've attached one of my favorite Springtime photos. What is your favorite Spring photo or background?
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