Another senior model experience at Disney! The perks of being a JPSearcy model include getting to go to other places outside the normal locations for a fun shoot. (All of my shoots are fun, btw ;). It is just that those participating in the model program get to shoot at many different places throughout their senior year, and some of those can be out of the box type locations. Like Magic Kingdom!). Sarah is a Disney fanatic, and was so excited for her shoot at Magic Kingdom. She had in mind that she wanted to do a shoot with her favorite Disney treats! Hey, whatever she wants, she will get! We had a great morning exploring (and eating) our way through the park.
I will be taking sign ups for the class of 2020 seniors very soon! So, if having multiple senior shoots throughout your senior year, sounds like something you would like to do, please follow me on social media (I’m jpsearcy everywhere), so you can be kept in the loop when I am putting together my next class of seniors for the “Model Experience”!
Now, if you are class of 2019, there is still time for the regular senior session! Just contact me to get on my calendar! Or if you are class of 2020, but only are going to want one shoot, that is perfectly fine too! I will be taking regular clients starting in May. Follow me and stay tuned!!
Back to Sarah, here are a couple of sneak peeks from our Disney shoot:
Next senior up on the blog, is beautiful Sarah! We had such a fun time on our deluxe (two location) shoot. She bought her big sister along with her to act as her assistant (who is also a former senior of mine 😉 ). The three of us started her session at Dickson Azalea, and then finished it up doing something totally different. “Glam golf”. She is a very talented golfer, and we will be doing another sports session for her later in the school year. But those will be all action shots. This was to get some pretty and fun golf photos for her! At the golf course, they were so sweet to us. After seeing Sarah in a full length gown, they offered us some golf carts to make things a little easier. Definitely made it easier than walking a couple of holes in heels!
Now that the school year has officially started everywhere, if you haven’t booked YOUR senior photo session yet, what are you waiting for?! Have an idea of what you want for your session? Let me know, and I’m happy to make that happen for you. Your senior photos should be all about YOU and what you want!
Now back to Sarah! Here are some sneak peeks from our session:
Next senior up on the blog is the gorgeous Francesca! We had such a great time on our shoot at Rollins and Dickson Azalea. Those two locations give a nice variety of backgrounds for us to work with. She was such a natural in front of the camera, makes my job easy! She seemed to have both the smiles AND serious faces nailed (which isn’t easy to do, especially in summer heat!).
Here are some sneak peeks from our shoot:
Next senior up on the blog is the beautiful Haley! She brought mom and a good friend along with her to play the role of assistant/guest snap chatter for the day ;). She is such a sweet girl who had really been looking forward to her shoot! We had so much fun! The two locations that she chose were Park Ave and Dickson Azalea. Two great locations. Haley learned quickly that it is tough work being a gorgeous model! The getting up before dawn/squatting/posing/outfit changing/smiling even though you are getting hot, can really be tough! She was a trooper though, and looked beautiful the whole way thru the shoot. I can’t wait for her to see all of the photos, but for now, just a little sneak peek!
Here are a few shots from our shoot:
The next senior up on the blog, is the gorgeous Sarah! We had such a great time on her shoot with her friend and her mom. She was not only stunning with all of that red hair, but she was super sweet and a lot of fun to photograph! The two locations she chose were Park Ave and Dickson Azalea. First up was Park Ave and then onto Dickson, but then we had to go back to do the famous fountain photos! Once you get wet, there is no going back, so we save those for the very end of the shoot. I am not sure if they are keeping the fountain though, and that makes me a little sad. There is construction all around it now, and they have taken some of the areas around the fountain down. It has been so many fun years photographing seniors at that fountain, so I hope they keep it where it is!
Here are a few sneak peeks from our shoot:
The next senior up for the class of 2019 is Megan! She is so sweet, and beautiful, and we had such a great time. Megan wanted to pick a location that I don’t go to very often. She wanted to go downtown Orlando for her shoot! Happy to do it! I’ve got some favorite little spots to go when photographing downtown (all safe spots to go!). We started bright and early, so we wouldn’t get too hot (I always like to start early in the summer). And she brought her mom along to be her assistant ;). Personally, I love it when the moms come with. It is just as fun for mom to be there and watch, as it is for the senior actually having her shoot! (As long as they get along and don’t make each other crazy!). If mom isn’t able to come, I encourage my seniors to bring a sister or a friend with them. Makes them more relaxed and more comfortable in front of the camera.
Here are a few sneak peeks from Megan’s downtown session:
Thought I was done with the class of 2018, but I am happy to say, I have just one more senior! She was such a delightful one to end the school year with! She is so beautiful and so sweet, not to mention, photogenic! Delaney and her mom chose two great locations – Rollins and Dickson Azalea. And thankfully, with all of the rain we have had in the past couple of weeks, we totally lucked out and had a very nice morning to shoot.
Here are a couple of sneak peeks from each of her locations:
It isn’t often that I get called for a newborn session, but boy do I love them when I do! This sweet little girl was no exception. So gorgeous, so sweet, and so brand new! For newborn sessions, it is best to get them to me before they turn 2 weeks old. Typically then they are still pretty sleepy. This little girl was supposed to be sleepy, but she showed who was in charge. She wanted to be awake and see everything going on! That’s ok, I’m patient, I’ll wait. So, we got some awake photos, and some sweet sleepy photos. All in all, it was a great shoot!
Here are a few sneak peeks from our session:
Can you believe it is almost time for the class of 2018?! I have officially started photographing my new reps, and I look forward to sharing lots of photos of my fabulous team with everyone. Next rep up is Taylor. I had such a great time meeting and getting to know her better. The two locations she chose were Downtown Orlando and Kraft Azalea. If you know Taylor, and want to have gorgeous photos like hers, talk to her about it! Talk to her about what shoots with me are like, and how to book your own shoot!
Here are a couple of sneak peeks from each of her two locations:
Next senior up on the blog is Maddie! We (Maddie, her brother, and her parents) all had such a good day together. She and her brother were both having their senior photos taken, and both were having a deluxe (two location) session. So we got to spend a lot of time together! (I have a sneaking suspicion that it was her idea for two locations, and not her brother’s 😉 ) But I’m so glad she was able to convince him! We started off the morning at Rollins, and then met back up in the evening downtown for some night photos at Church Street. They were both great kids and I enjoyed getting the chance to know and photograph them.
Here are Maddie’s sneak peeks from both locations: