A couple weeks ago, I shot my first (ever) senior portraits. I was nervous. But also full of ideas. I couldn't wait to see what I would create. I knew that my photos had so much potential, and I was going to work as hard as I could to make them me.
I had forgotten how long it'd been since I'd last directed a shoot. But it didn't feel foreign. Or awkward. I felt like I had been shooting my entire life. I was in the zone. And I didn't want it to end. As I flipped through the photos later that night, I fell deeper in love with photography. With the light. With the colors.
To me, these photos really helped me discover who I am as a photographer. Who I want to become. I am proud of these photos. But not in the mine are sooo much better that yours way. I am proud to say that I took these. And that these photos are me. And that I am finally discovering who I am as a photographer.
So with that, I present, Claire and Adam. Brother and sister. Twins, if you will. Claire is chair of the Relay For Life commitee. And Adam has a large array of playbills. Both are equally wonderful. Both, seniors.