Editorial Style Grad Photography – DA
I may have mentioned this before but there is something pretty special about photographing young people, er, teen aged people. It’s a bit refreshing. There is a sense of romance there. So much potential, so much opportunity. Of hope. The world is your oyster, they say. I often experience this deep seeded nostalgia when I am around them. Even though, I can admit that for me, being a teenager was an awkwardly interesting time of every emotion you could probably over exaggerate in your head. For example, a lot of the good juicy ones. You know, the usual, ones like: insecurity, doubt, stubbornness, and angst. It’s a time when fear and fearlessness disharmoniously bundle up together in this hormonal demi-adult humanoid. Truthfully, it’s probably that I am damn happy I am no longer a teenager!
Okay, maybe that was just me because, I have to admit, that the energy coming from this young lady for her grad and seniors photography session made me nostalgic for someone else’s teenage experience. This lady is a joy for any portrait photographer: sweet, fun, outgoing, a bit mysterious; with a healthy amount of giggle on her side. See for yourself, you’ll probably agree! For this session, we spent a good amount of time just hanging out at gorgeous Stanley Park in Vancouver.
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