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.**

Sneak Peek~The “C” Family/Terre Haute Indiana Photographer

I met up with this family on Friday morning. The light was just beautiful!! Here is a real quick peek for you all.

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.

Kaysee~W.V. High School/Indiana High School Senior Photographer

I just finished with Kaysee’s Session. She is such a cute young lady with a great smile! I had so much fun driving around with her and her mom looking for great locations. You’ll be seeing her again as I’m editing her boyfriends Senior pictures next.

Have a great Senior year!

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Kayla~2010 S.V.H.S Senior Session/Indiana Senior Photographer

This is just a peek for Kayla.

Stayed tuned for more photos of Kayla and for information about this cool set of Actions I bought yesterday.

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Chelsea~2010 S.V.H.S Senior/Indiana Senior Sessions

Last week I met up with Chelsea in Terre Haute to do a fun urban Senior session. Chelsea is going to be really busy as her Senior year begins. She is on yearbook and class officer. She is also going to try out for our towns local Grape Queen contest.  Because of the weather that day, we chose to go to Mansfield on Thursday to get a few more photographs. I think Chelsea will have a good amount of photographs to show in her senior book.

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