This adventure senior photoshoot with Brooke at Indian Beach was a DREAM!! That classic Oregon coast gave us the dreamiest atmosphere for this 2022 grad!
We headed to the PERFECT location for Brooke’s senior session in Ecola State Park! Situated between Seaside and Cannon Beach, this piece of the coastline was absolutely ethereal. Indian Beach has similar vibes to Cannon Beach, with epic rocks lining the shore, and uprooted trees framing the trail down to the beach. We played around a few different areas of the beach; from the overlook of the coast, to the bottom of the beach trail. We even found a cute patch of white daisies that made for the perfect portrait spot. So many elements of the adventure senior session made the whole thing perfect, so I’ve compiled 3 tips on how to make your senior photo session AMAZING!
Tips on How to Make your Senior Photoshoot AMAZING
1. Bring a Prop!
Brooke brought along her ballet slippers which made for some gorgeous and extra special photos! If you play a sport, have a hobby you love, etc. bring something along to document that passion! We’ll think up a creative way to incorporate them into your photos.
2. Bring Someone Special!
A friend, a sibling, partner, or your pup! Having someone there to help you carry your things and hop in a couple of photos can make the experience extra special! Bring along a person that will make the experience even more fun (even though it’s already gonna be fun with me I guarantee!)
3. Go Somewhere Epic!
You don’t have to pick somewhere basic, or even local for your adventure senior session! With my Senior Adventure Experience you have the option to go somewhere wild and gorgeous in the PNW like Indian Beach! I can help you decide on the spot, and even offer you some secret locations I save JUST for my clients!!
are you still doing senior reps?
yes! I have a senior rep team for class of 2022 currently & class of 2023 application will go out in the winter of this year 💛 I’ll share all about it on insta this December!
the application opens December 1st!!! 🙂
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