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High School Senior Information

What I do

 

When will you be a senior again? Your senior year goes by so quickly. Capture who you are at this time of transition!

 

I don’t do typical head and shoulder portraits. Sessions and settings are created to reflect your unique personality. I shoot with a very trendy commercial feel, but make sure that we cover more traditional looks as well. Getting the balance between what is important to you, the Senior, and what is important to the adults in your life is always taken into account. Whatever your style, I want your portraits to be exactly what YOU Want -- portraits that reflect who you are.

 

Senior Pricing

 

Session Fees

 

I have 3 options for portrait sessions:

 

Let’s Get it Done - $55 (20 minute session)

Studio session with one to two clothing changes with 10-20 pictures to choose from.

 

I Would Like a Little More - $85 ( approximately 1 hour session)

Studio session with three to five clothing changes, will see approximately 30-40 pictures, Can include my outdoor portrait studio (weather dependent on the day of your session.) Minimum order - $300.

 

I Would Like it ALL - $125 (approximately 1-2 hours) Studio and a location of your choice. Unlimited clothing changes and you will see approximately 50-75 pictures. Your locations can be within 20 miles of the studio in addition to your studio session. Minimum order with the two location portrait session - $450.

 

 

Print Fees:

At Suzie Wolf Photography, you decide exactly what fits your exact needs and budget. I don’t have set packages that are difficult to understand or include things that you really don’t want. Select what is right for you and your family. Please call me to discuss all of the details at 919-523-4003 or email me for complete price list!

 

 

Senior Photo Session Tips

 

Hey Cover girl!

We advise you wear your makeup in your normal style. Simply apply it slightly heavier than normal. Note: Avoid makeup with an SPF in it. Although it is good for your skin in the sun, the SPF tends to create a shine. You can further control shine by using a translucent powder.

 

Hair

Avoid changing your hairstyle or cutting your hair right before your session. Haircuts should be made at least a week before your appointment. If you color your hair, do not forget your roots! Highlights should be touched up approximately one to two weeks before your session. Quick easy hairstyle changes during your session are OK, but make it quick or you loose camera time.

 

Breakout Blues!

No need to fret; all of your finished portraits will be retouched so don't worry if your complexion breaks out right before your session.

 

Got Bronze

We warn you not to over-do the tanning bed or sun. Your skin will have a natural luster and color if you let it rest from tanning for three days before your session.

 

Essential Accessories

Don't forget to accessorize! Hats, scarves, jewelry, boots, jackets, belts, and coats make stylish additions to your basic outfits. Accessories contribute to a variety of looks for your portrait collections.

 

Cool Stuff

Personal props help visually define who you are. Some popular choices are: sports equipment, musical instruments, posters, pennants, teddy bears, hunting equipment, skateboards, uniforms, and collectibles. Look inside yourself to find your personal symbols; then look in your closet!

 

Footloose!

Don't spend a lot of time hunting for shoes for every outfit. We know many of your favorite shots will be concentrated on your beautiful face. Many other shots will be focused from the waist up. Shoes simply will not show in every shot.

 

Walk on the Wild Side

Bring something unique. We request that you assemble a least one outfit that represents your wilder side! Be cool. Be colorful. Be a little crazy. Be fashionable. Be fab. Be fun!

 

Camera Colors

The camera dislikes stripes, plaids and detailed prints. The camera loves solid colors and jewel tones. Black is back and it looks great on everybody. Think "creative." Think "variety." Think "outside the box!" We want you to bring several color choices so we can coordinate them with different backgrounds and most flattering sets.

 

Fashion Bulletin

Be your own fashion editor! Choose different styles, colors, and textures of clothing. Remember that your pictures can represent all seasons. Bring a range of clothing despite the actual weather. Do you want a variety of looks and background choices? Then, bring an assortment of spring, summer, winter, and fall pieces!

 

2017 Suzie Wolf Photography