Posts Tagged seniors

Selecting your photographer – part 2

In my last post I talked about selecting your photographer and went over a few points about who to pick and how to find them.  I listed some pros and cons of certain situations, but I thought I’d list some few trends that I am seeing from local photographers.

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Tags: advice, photography, portraits, seniors, tucson

Your Photographer – MUST READ FOR PARENTS

Selecting your photographer is probably the biggest and maybe hardest decision to make.  But, first and foremost, I would like to call “MythBusters” on a very misunderstood concept about the Senior Portrait market in Tucson, and in general, all across the nation.  A myth and HUGE misconception about High Schools and Photographers.  To read more, please hit the link below.

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Tags: high school, large studio, photographers, portrait artist, seniors, small studio

be different, be yourself

I’m always a big fan of being yourself, being different, being creative.  Not only with your Senior Portraits, but with life in general.  I guess I am one to march to the beat of different drummer: my own.  One think I do hate is seeing the SAME EXACT senior portraits year after year, the same locations, same props, same photographers.  Here’s some good tips on how to BE DIFFERENT!

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Tags: planning, seniors, unique