High School Senior Session by the Sound
Imagine your High School Senior Session by the Sound, water and evergreens. Even on a rainy day this spot worked beautifully.
It took twenty to thirty minutes to walk to this destination. There was so much to work with.
Jakob spent most of the session in this warm cozy jacket. It wasn’t entirely necessary to take it off or even do an outfit change. The rain and this weather complimented each other.
The whole family joined in on this session.
Its always helpful to have extra hands whether it means watching over the “stuff” or helping make sure a light doesn’t blow down.
Parents/ family/ friends can be helpful in pointing out outfit choices even at the session.
They can also help make the high school senior laugh.
They can help remind their senior about different areas of the location they may have an attachment to.
They can help their senior relax.
All this said, I do what I can to help high school seniors relax, laugh, etc. but its always good when there are trusted members around.
It depends how you feel personally about the weather in Washington State.
I am used to it by now. It would appear the weather “pattern” moves from hot/ boiling hot in the summer, to warm in the end of summer and beginning of fall, to cool but sunny…then suddenly its rainy season.
Being photographed in the rain is doable. If its downpouring then…we kind of need to reschedule to a time/ day that is either dry or drizzle.
If we go through with the shoot you will need an umbrella, rain repellant jacket and a plastic bag for any clothes you bring with you. Getting changed in the car is also a great idea.
If you really want sunlight then we need to plan ahead and have a backup date. If you’re a senior that needs photos done next year its never to soon to plan ahead. Summer and Fall get busy and having two dates set aside for sunny photos is a great plan. Something else to think about is fire season. If smoke is too intense or the heat is too intense like it was this past year…again a backup date is they way to tackle this situation.