I hope you’re as excited as I am! High School juniors will have a busy year ahead of you. I would like to make your senior year more fun by offering you outdoor high school senior portrait sessions!
If you following me on Instagram (@ leeleemarea) you can see the many places I explore around the Gwinnett County area that would make for an awesome portrait. Here is one spot that I frequent:
If you have any place in mind please let me know. I am open to suggestions! If you’re a skateboarder, when can do some shots in a bowl. Pets? No problem; they’re family too! BFF? We can include him or her. The possibilities are endless.
There are many products that I offer like canvas prints, pop outs, photo books, announcements, collages, and more!
I would love for this portrait to be a reflection of you so remember many years from now so please call and set up an appointment!
What would make a great gift for a loved one? A photograph! Call for an appointment today!
There were many floors in this building, hence the many pictures. Too bad the elevator wasn’t working! 🙂 It’s amazing to see the various textures, lighting, shapes, and colors. Everyone should do this once.
These elevator photos I liked because of the texture. I didn’t dare open the elevators to get a picture because I didn’t want to fall inside the shaft!
I don’t get too many opportunities like this. But since I was free of child and husband, I took advantage of this. Unfortunately, it was during the time of my mom’s death and I was staying at her house getting her finances in order. Sooo, I needed a break!
I’m so glad that there was no one there to share the building with. From what I understand many people come here. I was told that people bring their kids there! Not a smart move on their part. The buildings are so dilapidated that someone can get hurt. We went in the morning and got some nice light.
This post is long over due since I took it last year! I can never catch up! Her parents are on my FB and I saw a photo of her in this dress. I told them, “I have to take your daughters picture in this dress!” Little did I know that they didn’t own the dress and they thought I had access of this dress (we both belong to the same church and it’s the church’s dress). We eventually got it together, just like I eventually am blogging about it!
I was getting too stressed out taking my class. I decided to drop out. At first, I was disappointed in myself because I felt like I failed. Now I’m ok now and I know I need to move on.
I need to start looking for a job—something I needed to do for a long time.
It may take me longer to get where I want to be with my photography, but it’s better than getting stressed about it.
I am free.