I had the best time kicking of Fall 2017 with Miss Tori and her photoshoot in studio and on location
Her mom contacted me way back in July wanting to schedule something for her daughter’s senior photos as well as possible modeling photos for castings. Of course I jumped at the chance and told her that it might be wise to wait until summer was over due to all the super hot temperatures and humidity the south has to offer : )
She contacted me again after Labor Day and we got Tori on the calendar.
We exchanged emails back and forth before the shoot on what type of outfits she would be bringing and some images that inspired her. With teenagers (yes she’s 17!) it’s so easy to make them look so much older than they are, but I really wanted these to represent Tori and who she was as a senior in high school and potential model. She showed me the outfits that she was thinking and we got them all picked out.
We got her into hair and makeup with the amazing Beth Corbley and the fun began! She was so amazing to have on set. Super outgoing, super smart, driven, and her mother is her #1 fan! We had music blaring, lots of coffee and plenty of laughs.
We started in studio and Tori did great with direction. You could also tell that she has done her homework on posing and the angles of her face. She was very comfortable in front of the camera, which always makes my job easy : )
After a couple outfits in studio we went out behind the studio’s building and found a great painted wall and we took some more head shots just to get her some natural light stuff. After we were 100% satisfied with everything there we packed up and headed to Brownwood Park in East Atlanta Village. She wore a beautiful floral maxi dress and with the greenery in the park it was a lovely fit.
I can’t wait to submit some of these images to agencies that I work with and get her face out there. I think she has a super bright future and I can’t wait to watch her shine!
Huge thanks to Beth Corbley for hair and makeup and reflector magic! XOXO
Keep being great to yourselves and one another. The world needs it now more than ever!
Leah : )