2010 Benton Central Senior/Benton Co. & Vermillion Co. High School Photographer

I finished up “K”s Senior Pictures this morning. I seriously had the best time with her. I believe to say that we got blown around a bit would be an understatement. That wind was very strong!! In fact, the only time the wind didn’t blow is at the very end near the water. I’m not sure why that was, maybe we were down low enough to get out of it. Regardless, we had fun!

I am interested in booking a few 2011 Seniors from Benton Central, so if you are interested in doing that over the summer, e-mail me at julielawsonphotography@yahoo.com.

Enjoy the photos of “K” that I’ve selected to show.

Love this truck!!!

The above pictures were taken at an old run down church there. Definitely going back there.

The above backdrop is from PhotoProp Floor and Backdrop found here: http://www.facebook.com/#!/PhotoPropFloorsandBackdrops?ref=ts

 

My most favorite image EVER!!

Thanks for looking!

~Julie~

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Sneak Peek~Benton Central 2010 Senior/Indiana High School Senior Photographer

I met up with Kelsey today on a VERY windy day. It was so windy that the wind caused my car door to slam me into the side of my car. Pretty hysterical, but not when you want to take pictures. Kelsey really rocked it out and I LOVE the locations! Benton County is a photographers playground, seriously. The majority of our session took place at her house. Don’t ever underestimate the character and potential of your house or town…there is something to use everywhere.

Kelsey sings with her schools choir and will graduate in June. She will start Ivy Tech in the Fall to start working towards her degree in Secondary Education. I can tell from talking to her and her mom that she has a huge heart for little ones. I think she will do very well in the area.

Her is such a small taste of our session. I am definitely going back to this place soon. I don’t know how much longer it will be there, but it is SO cool!!

Barbara/Indiana Portrait Photographer

Yesterday I drove up to Benton County to photograph my Aunt! She needed some headshots and so she asked me do to them for her. Of course I said yes. The day was overcast, and windy….wait…..it’s ALWAYS windy at my Grandma’s. I can’t think of a time that I’ve been there when it wasn’t insanely windy. LOL Anyway, Aunt Barbara and I chose what she should wear and we picked a nice spot. I chose to use my 50mm 1.4 and really love the sharpness of the images. My family has some crazy blue eyes, huh?

Aunt Barbie…you look fabulous!!