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2016 Port Angeles Senior Portraits: Sydney

Late last year I had the opportunity to travel out to Port Angeles on the Olympic Peninsula to take some senior portraits of Sydney.

We went a little east of Port Angeles to Morse Creek, and took photos along the river, bridge and an older building - I think it's an older ranger station.

Anyways, below are a few photos from the set. As always, feel free to get in touch.

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Sequim Summer Shoot: Brenna

Can't believe it's been almost a year since I last did a portrait shoot. I definitely have a lot of practice and catching up to do, it was tough getting into the groove (especially with my strobe setup)!

Anyways, we went out to Railroad Bridge Park in Sequim, and then later headed out to the Dungeness River for some golden hour/sunset shots.

It was an absolutely beautiful day, which made me realize that I really need to make the most of whatever nice weather we have left for the year. So with that said, check out this set and keep an eye on the blog for more shoots to come!

Senior Portraits: Precious Memories That Last a Lifetime

Precious moments and memories occur every second of our lives at the blink of an eye - or at the click of a shutter, as we're able to visualize the emotion conveyed through an image. In this essence, a photo really does mean a thousand words.

Sometime between Summer and Fall each year, an opportunity arises to create such moments that can last a lifetime, and generations - otherwise known as Senior Portrait season. The challenge to capturing such everlasting and precious moments is that we often times, as a photographer, only have one chance to get everything right.

A Senior Portrait can last generations - as the subject's children pass the photo down to their children. Because of this