For this gorgeous Batavia High School senior portrait session for “S”, Batavia High School Class of 2018, we headed to a farm in rural Kane County to capture some beautiful summer evening sun, some striking blue skies, a cool chippy paint red barn, and a surprise tiger-striped barn kitty who tried his best to be in every shot. Of course we let him because, well, he’s adorable. This oh-so-pretty July summer evening did not disappoint, with warm weather (that those of us in the Midwest cherish all summer long!), an incredible and colorful sunset, and a senior who was willing to jump over some beans to get a cool silhouette shot at the end of her fun session. As a photographer, all of these things add up to one incredible senior session experience!
It was nice to add a few personal touches to S’s senior gallery, such as a little guitar music at golden hour and a behind the scenes shot of her super sweet mom holding my reflector for me to get the best light! I love it when moms (or dads!) are willing to jump in for the shot. And did I mention chickens? We headed to S’s aunt and uncle’s house in Batavia to capture a few funny moments with their backyard chickens. S is like a chicken whisperer. I know from personal experience that most chickens have no interest in being held, especially for a few minutes of photos, but these hens hung out with S and struck a pose like pros.
Many congrats to you, S, and thank you for choosing me as your senior year photographer!
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