observed by Diane » photo journal for those who enjoy vignettes of an ordinary life

High School Senior / Grad Photographer :: Grande Prairie, Alberta (and surrounding service areas)

black & white close up of teenage cello student

You can tell how much I enjoyed doing this particular photo shoot — can’t help but show you more. Since I’m showing another of these photos of the music students, I thought it was an ideal time to remind everyone about unique photos of the [high school] senior in your life.

You know those graduation gown photos you find in your yearbook? The ones that moms and dads love to hang on the wall. I’m looking to take that to a cooler level. No cap and gown. We’re headed outside or a meaningful indoor location. You wear what you want and what reveals you as you really are, and you do what you want, or what demonstrates who the real you is – they’re your photos. Let’s reveal your style.

You can include props too if there is something who says who you are at this time in your life. It could be a musical instrument, sports equipment, your hobby, even a stack of your school books, a pet, or anything that has meaning to you right now.

If you are interested, get in touch. I have a special reduced pricing package from my usual custom photography fees, specifically for those who want to take advantage of these unique custom photos. I also promise to make you look great!

This is an important time of your life. Let’s get some great photos to remember it by – let’s do it right!

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Diane is an on-location Custom Photographer. She takes great pleasure in photographing people, places, pets, and hobbies such as music!

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sherri - March 24, 2010 - 2:48 pm

I like what you’ve focused on. The frayed jeans at one time would have been quite a contrast to the sophisticated instrument she’s playing. Now, it’s commonplace. I like it.

Debi - March 24, 2010 - 3:07 pm

Diane – I adore this shot. Truly a unique point of view revealing something that most might not notice. You are gifted.

Steve - March 24, 2010 - 7:13 pm

Love this candid shot of the cello student. It looks and feels real. Nice!

kyungmee - March 28, 2010 - 9:10 am

well captured and framed! Very nice!