Skip to main content

Torie's Senior Modeling Session



Torie's Senior Modeling Session at Walck Portraits in Coudersport Pa



We had a blast with Torie!  We planned to spend some time in the camera room, and then head outside.  Torie did a wonderful job picking out cohesive outfits which our backdrops and locations complimented well.  We like to have fun with our seniors, and Torie was up for the experience.  We had her spin in her dress while Meg (my wife and co-owner of Walck Portraits) used a light reflector as a fan for her hair!  This resulted in a few fun photos, as well as some amazing captures :)




Once we finished up in the studio, we headed out to the Baker's Creek area of Coudersport PA and trekked into the snow!  BRRRRRRRR it was cold, but this didn't seem to bother Torie!  I had packed a bunch of lighting gear with anticipation that the sun would be too low, but to my surprise, the light was just perfect.  So happy these short winter days are starting to get longer!  Check out some of the images in the snow from this slideshow:



Shortly after our session, we brought Torie and her mom back the studio, where we showed them all of the finished images on our larger than life projector screen.  They loved them!  They ordered a handful of our die-cut wallets, a few 8x10's printed on our professional Metallica Kodak Endura papers, and a hand designed 5x7'' album.  The album is my favorite!



"We had family photos done previously and were thrilled with the results!  Tim is very easy to work with and he makes the process fun. The finished product is amazing and well worth the investment."  -  Jalyn Tezik (Torie's mom)












Comments

Popular posts from this blog

What REALLY Happens Behind the Scenes

Recently we updated our website with a few "behind the scenes" images to show off a few things that happen during a photoshoot that you may not think about... lights/other family members acting silly/pets being ...pets...  children being... children...  -  you get the idea.

But there is yet another aspect behind the scenes at a portrait studio that many people don't think much about.  What do photographers do BEFORE the session?  OH and another!  What do photographers do AFTER the session?

WELL.  Let me show you!

We've been doing this long enough that we know its best to have a checklist.  In the industry we call this a Workflow.  This ensures that we don't miss any step in the process, which means our customer service level will be high and consistent.

I guess I could end with that and let you read the things on our workflow sheet... but where is the fun in that?  Lets see some pictures!

BATTERIES.  Every flipping thing in the world seems to take batteries.  LOTS…

Supporting Local Heroes: Fire Prevention Week

Firemen have always held a special place in Meg's heart. Growing up, her hero was not only her grandpa, but he was a volunteer fireman too.  Her grandpa taught her many things about hard work, dedication, and being prepared.

With Fire Prevention Week coming up, we thought it would be nice to do some throwbacks to some of our favorite firemen (and women) that have given us the honor of working with our studio throughout the years.
Hannah & Dave Lacher Hannah & Dave are with the Roulette Volunteer Fire Company and are some of the most wonderful people we know.  We've been blessed to celebrate their wedding, their pregnancy, and their precious, growing family.  Click to read all about their adorable firehall maternity shoot  and also their newborn portrait session (and see some of their favorite images).



Tadd & Joe Ostroski Like Meg's grandpa was, Tadd and Joe Ostroski are also volunteer firemen for the Coudersport Volunteer Fire Department.  We are so thankful…

The Struggle with Senior Portraits Posing for Guys

If you search Pinterest for senior photos, overwhelmingly, girls show up.  Tons and tons of examples of beautiful senior girls in flowery fields, on the town, in a stream.  There are a few exceptions (and some really great ones) for guys, but it made me stop and think about the struggle with taking senior photos of boys.  Sure, many of them aren't really into it, but rather having photos done because mom said so.  Many aren't used to having such undivided and direct attention showered their way.  Also, the teenage years can be awkward for boys.  Where do you put your hands?  How do you look like you're not enjoying it too much?  What if you're not into sports?  The struggle is real...but fixable.

Here are oursome of our best senior portraits and tips for making them feel comfortable: