Seth~2011 S.V. Senior/Clinton and Terre Haute Indiana High School Senior Photographer

I guess it’s a sign that I’m no longer as young as I think I am when kids that I saw as newborns are now graduating, huh? I still feel young so that’s all that matters.

Seth has turned into such a nice young man. I really loved spending time with him and his mom during our session together.

Here are some of my favorites. Thank you for choosing me to do your pictures.

~Julie~

Sneak Peek~Taylor 2011 S.Vigo/Terre Haute High School Senior Photographer

I met up with Taylor and her mom yesterday morning at 8:00 a.m. in Bridgeton. Bridgeton is in Parke County and is such a beautiful place for pictures. I’m glad that we started as early as we did….by 9:30 or so…it was getting too hot for outdoor pictures. From Bridgeton, we headed to my house for the studio part of her session. Here is a peek for now of her session. Check back for more.

Meet “Tank”

Isn’t she stunning?

Playing around/Clinton Indiana Teen Photographer

I have been getting quite a few backdrops from PhotoPropFloors and Backdrops. Recently I saw this really cool graffiti backdrop and new that it would be perfect for high school seniors or teens in general. I have a friend (actually more like family) that I knew would be perfect in front of this drop. She didn’t disappoint! I really think she rocked it out. Thanks Shelby for modeling for me. I ❤ you bunches! There were more pictures taken, but these 5 are the ones that I chose real quick to show off this awesome backdrop.

**2011 Seniors! I am currently looking for one Senior to be my rep in your school. If you are in the Terre Haute/Clinton area, email me at julielawsonphotography@yahoo.com so I can share with you the details.**

Haley~2010 Oakwood High School Senior/Illinois High School Senior Photographer

I finished editing Haley’s Senior photos the other day. This session really touched my heart, and I could have photographed her and her daughter all day. She has a beautiful little girl and I loved that I got to capture their bond. As you look through the images, I really believe that you can feel the love. 🙂

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This was quite...um..freaky...

The train came by so we were more than happy to get out of the way. Of course, I couldn’t allow that opportunity to pass though. Haley handled it very well. 😉

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I’m so glad to have had the opportunity to photograph Haley and her daughter.

Kayla P.~2010 S.V.H.S./Indiana High School Senior Photographer

I finished up Kayla’s session yesterday. I really am so pleased with the way the session turned out. The lighting on the second day was just so beautiful. I am noticing more and more lately that the sunlight seems softer in the fall. Very beautiful.

Kayla, I really enjoyed working with you. Have a great Senior year!

Kayla is an amazing artist! Check out this picture

LOVE this image!! Love the light, location, everything!

Kalli~2010 S.V.H.S Senior/Indiana High School Senior Photographer

I’m slowly getting through the numerous sessions that I had in October. =D

Kalli is such a neat girl to be around. When I first met her at the beginning of the year, I could see why she should be a cheerleader. This girl has energy and she never stops smiling. I love it! Her smile is infectious!

Kalli,

Bri and I really had fun hanging out with you too.

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We got a little bit country in these. 😉

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And we wouldn’t be complete without her little doggie. So cute!

Sneak Peek~Kayla P.~S.V.H.S. Senior/Indiana High School Senior Photographer

October was a very wet month and because of that, Kayla and I had a hard time finishing up the session. I had her scheduled only to have to reschedule twice. On the day of the session, we ended up getting rained on about 15-30 minutes into it. Finally, this past Saturday we had the most gorgeous weather ever!

We started at 10 a.m. and the sunlight was just so yummy!!! This session was also a first for me. I shot the entire session in Manual. This may not mean anything to most, but the photographers reading this will know. Usually I shoot either in Priority mode, or in Aperature Priority. I don’t imagine that I’ll use manual when shooting families with little ones though.

Enjoy your peek, more to come soon.

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