Family and Senior Portraits at this Texas Preserve were perfectly captured on this beautiful, late April afternoon during the lush springtime.
In this case, we created not only senior portraits, but family portraits, too, of this Georgetown graduate and his mother.
During our consult we identified aspects of their home and life that were important to them. This is truly what makes every portrait session unique. For example, like many teenagers, this senior wanted to highlight portraits with his car. But, unlike many families, he and his mother live in one of Georgetown’s most unique historic homes, and we got to create portraits against a variety of uncommon backdrops in their one-of-a-kind home.
Springtime in Texas is, perhaps, the most beautiful time of the year. So we also wanted to celebrate being Texan natives by creating portraits outdoors at a local preserve.
It might be hard to tell, but these springtime family and senior portraits at our local Texas preserve were a fun challenge to create because of unknown weather situations. Texas Springtime keeps things interesting and fun when working on location!
Make sure you communicate a plan B with your photographer in case of inclement Texas springtime weather! In this case, we were ready to set up a studio in the client’s garage if it began storming.
Fortunately, everything went according to plan, and the rain didn’t even start until the next day! But better to have a plan, and be safe rather than sorry!
Texas is also known for it’s “second spring” in the mid-fall. Reserve your 2023 Texas fall portrait session right now, right here.