Time flies… Heidi, who works part time with me at the studio, recently received her high school grad portraits. As she talked to me about these portraits, she mentioned that she was not very happy with them. I was interested to hear and see what Heidi was talking about. As we talked, she started to explain to me that she did not feel they had the depth and quality of lighting she had come used to seeing here at the studio. Heidi has been with me for little over a year and a half and has learned very quickly! Through her time here at the studio, Heidi has learned that using different disciplines and creativity within the portrait process can create a different portrait all together. Heidi, has now raised her personal bar, as to what she feels is a creative and well-done portrait.
I did not want Heidi to be disappointed with her graduation portraits, so I suggested that we do a session at the studio- to see if we could improve on her previous prints and get her to a point she was happy with. Graduation is an important time in every young adults life and they should have portraits of this time they are happy with and proud to display. I personally, did not want anything less for Heidi.
We did get together and created some wonderful new graduation portraits for Heidi, which, I think, reflect the beautiful young lady she has grown to be. Heidi is always a joy to work with and she takes such great care in all her work here at the studio. I hope I was able to also do the same for her with her new graduation portraits.