Their moms were dreaming of having photos of their baby boys all grown up and all dressed up. Cousins Lance & Bryce just wanted senior pictures that looked wicked cool. We took them to hip downtown St. Pete and I think we managed to hit both targets, don’t you agree?
Our boy Anik from Boca Ciega HS is into bodybuilding so we took some time to show off the results of his hard work. We love how the lighting in these images highlights those chiseled muscles!
And then a slight change in pose and light and whoomp, it’s like he’s a whole different boy. I don’t think I’ll ever stop being amazed at the magic of photography for capturing facets of our selves that we maybe don’t normally see.
Totally diva-licious! Though I think my favorite images were still the traditional senior portrait looks..
We had a FANTASTIC fun time shooting these portraits of SPHS senior Pami out on the downtown Saint Pete waterfront. Contact us to schedule your own Beachcomber experience!
Today I’d like to introduce the first of our new crop of Beachcomber Ambassadors for the 2013/14 school year, Anik! (cue fanfare)
Among other things Anik’s big on fashion so we decided to go for a high fashion vibe with his first Beachcomber portrait session. Can you guess who the designer inspiration for this shot was? *grins*
Anik was amazing to work with, a natural in front of the camera, and we captured TONS of fabulous images. Our Tim was on fire! (Unlike the one special effects shot we tried that failed miserably despite my herculean efforts.) There’s so much gorgeousness here I can’t bear not to share it all…so I’m just going to have to do more than one post. ;p
p.s. No, we didn’t leave his sunglasses on the whole time, lol! Just wait til the next installment…
The feather drape has been a Florida senior portrait tradition since well before I was in high school and that was two decades ago. A deep red background and exquisite lighting combine to give a dramatic new take on the old tradition in this gorgeous portrait Tim took of a senior girl.
Love the classic Hollywood style of this senior boy’s portrait Tim created. Doesn’t he look like a post-millenial Gary Cooper?