I’m continuing  to blog senior sessions from this fall – October was a busy time for me!

Avery’s session was actually a two-part session.  Part one involved a family heirloom of sorts – this classic corvette convertible!  Even though the sky broke out in a torrential downpour just as we were pulling up to our location for the session, we were able to get some amazing shots after the rain passed.  For any guy wondering if the two hour session is worth it, it definitely is!  Incorporate props, multiple locations, and other creative ideas; that’s how you get the personalized look for your senior portraits!

Avery’s mom suggested this location that I hadn’t seen before, and I love how it turned out!

Part two of Avery’s session was an early morning, right before school.  We headed out to the train tracks, and then into town at some urban locations in Grinnell.

Avery, thanks for a great time!  I’m so glad you love your portraits.  🙂



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