Posts Tagged ‘Indiana Senior Photography’

Indiana Senior Photography: Abby from Knox HS

Wednesday, August 25th, 2010

I really like these next two shots.  My lovely and talented husband made me a reflector to put under her face so I could try a different lighting technique.  I really like how it turned out.  Thanks Bob!!!

Indiana Senior Pictures

Indiana Senior Pictures

Indiana Senior Pictures

Indiana Senior Pictures

Indiana Senior Pictures

Indiana Senior Pictures

The next shot was taken by her house, it is so pretty out there.

Indiana Senior Pictures

Indiana Senior Pictures

Thanks Abby for the wonderful evening!  Both of Abby’s parents came with.  I love when dad’s are there for their daughter’s sessions.  I think they enjoy watching their daughter’s do the “model” thing and I like it because they are really good reflector holders.  LOL  So girls if your dad wants to come bring them along, the more the merrier.

Have a wonderful senior year!!  :)

Indiana Senior Pictures: Amanda a senior at Knox High School

Friday, July 30th, 2010

Indiana Senior Pictures

This is one of my favorite shots!  Gotta love cool old trucks.

Indiana Senior Pictures

Indiana Senior Pictures

Amanda’s horse cowboy wanted to eat grass the entire time, so it wasn’t easy to get his head up or to get his attention.  Luckily Amanda’s mom figured out a good truck and once she did it worked ever time.

Indiana Senior Pictures

Indiana Senior Pictures

Indiana Senior Pictures

Getting in the water was their idea, and I am so glad Amanda wanted to, I just love this shot.

Indiana Senior Pictures

How cool is this…

Indiana Senior Pictures

Indiana Senior Pictures

Amanda’s boyfriend Connor is a sweetie.  He is also a good reflector holder too.  Not so good at getting a horses attention but that’s okay, he did his job.

Indiana Senior Pictures

Indiana Senior Pictures

Indiana Senior Pictures

Indiana Senior Pictures

I LOVE this jumping shot.  Amanda is a fun girl and this totally shows her personality.

Indiana Senior Pictures

This was one of those sessions where everything just worked out perfectly.  The evening was cool for a July day and the sky was pretty blue and Amanda and her mom had some great ideas, I got to just stand by and let everything fall into place and snap the pictures.

Thanks for the awesome evening gang!!!

Indiana Senior Pictures: Kelsey from Oregon-Davis

Saturday, April 17th, 2010

Look who is going to be an IU cheerleader… (Congrats Kelsey and good luck to you and Courtney at world’s)

IU cheerleader

I did this pose way better then Kelsey did.  If you don’t believe me go check out my photo on facebook.  LOL

KM 201020

KM 201029dark

KM 201024bw color

KM 201030dark

KM 201035bwtex

KM 201040

KM 201048

KM 201043

KM 201053

This session was well, fun really isn’t the word for it.   Hmmm, let’s just say it was very entertaining.  I was laughing my butt off the entire time.  Kelsey did an amazing job considering there was chaos going around her the entire time.  It is going down in the books as one I will never forget.  Thanks Andrea for taking the wonderful photos of me and my cheerleader moves.

Indiana Senior Photography: Taren from Oregon-Davis High School

Tuesday, April 13th, 2010

t April201013

Indiana Photographer

t April201014B

Had to post this one of the SISTERS.  I took Taren’s older sister’s senior pictures and Taren’s nephew’s pictures here recently.  Thanks guys for always using me.

t April201007Ticks are bad this time of the year watch out!  Right Taren??  Ughhh I hate ‘em.  This year as been terrible!!!  Other then that we had fun hanging out.

Studio Model Megan from Oregon-Davis High School

Saturday, January 2nd, 2010




Studio Model Megan from Oregon-Davis School  Class of 2011

Hair by Brooke Weber from Body Reflections 574-772-3020

Makeup by Heather Dirrim from Glamour by Heather

Northern Indiana Senior Photographer: Model Shoot Tomorrow!!

Tuesday, December 29th, 2009

I can’t wait until tomorrow, I have several young ladies coming into the studio and they are going to get their hair and makeup done and we are gonna have lots of fun, oh and I will be taking some pictures tomorrow too, but really most of the time we will just be having fun.  Bob and Kyle are busy working on a new prop for me.  (let’s hope they get it done and there are no fire calls for Hamlet or Koontz Lake in the next few hours)

I know I have’t posted much lately, that will change, should have lots of images to post after tomorrow. The last few days consisted of one entire day cleaning my house,  and one entire day playing Nintendo Wii. (yeah I am addicted to wii fit, if you follow me on facebook you already know that)

So I am now back to work, yesterday I spent most of the day planning and talking with some of my photographer friends about upcoming projects that I will be doing this year.  I am so excited about the new year.  I have goals written down in writing and I will make them happen!!!  If not I think Nichole may end up sending me non-stop facebook messages until I get back on track (at least that is what I would do to me if I was her- hint hint).

A couple weeks ago Gabi was over working on a school project and took some pictures of Samantha in the studio.  I of course had to snap some too.  My kids take instructions better from others so Gabi told her how to pose and I snapped away.   My baby girl is getting so big.  Sometimes she reminds me so much of me when I was her age.  (she talks too much and is loud like I was like I am)Anyways here is a shot of Samantha my little cowgirl.  (her front teeth are still coming in, the joys of being 6 1/2)


Northern Indiana Photographer: Stefanie a senior at Knox

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009






Stef with her sister Sara and brother Danny.

I just couldn’t resist.  If you know this group you totally understand.


This session was unique.  (thought I was gonna say fun didn’t you.)  I think unique describes it the best.  There was a whole gang at this photo shoot.  For some people that wouldn’t be good but Stef and Shandell did great.  I wish I would have turned the video feature of my camera on while Sarah left the shoot.  I can’t get her voice out of my head.  She was yelling, “Run little deer!”  I am sure the hunter in the nearby woods didn’t think it was very funny.

Thanks all for the super crazy evening!!!  It’s too bad I was soo tired and Sarah had to get back to Chicago or I could have beatin’ you all at Wii!