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WELCOME TO OUR HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR PAGE

We realize your senior portraits are probably the most important images captured of you up to this point in your life.  
 
It is our mission to acquire images that speak of who you are and what you’re about right now.  Whatever you feel speaks of who you are, whether it be sports, hobbies, friends, pets or specific locations, we want to include in your photo session.  
 
That is why we take our time working with you.  
 
Knowing what you want and then making sure you obtain the portraits that you want to see. Often times when a photo shoot starts it takes a while before most seniors warm up to the camera, that you may feel a bit reserved or self conscious.  
 
We usually start with the ‘mom’ shots- the traditionally posed senior images. These shots are static and more about proper posing and lighting.  
 
After we’ve accrued a series of these poses, things become a lot more fun and relaxed, and we can continue with how you really want to represent yourself.  
 
Your session can take up to 1 1/2 hours and is not limited in any other way.  
 
Change clothes as much as you like, go where you want, do what you want- it’s all about you.  
 
If you need more time, that can be arranged for an additional fee.  
 
If you participate in a school sport, we can go to one of your games/matches and get action shots of you for ‘no additional charge. Your pictures will be posted online and you will be notified so that you and your family can view your portraits at your leisure.  
 
We cover all of the following high schools, Medina County: Brunswick, Medina, Highland, Buckeye, Cloverleaf and Wadsworth.  
 
Lorain County: Avon, Avon Lake, Columbia, Elyria, Midview, Keystone, Clearview,Admiral King, Southview, North Ridgeville, Firelands, Oberlin, and Wellington.  
 
Wayne County: Central Christian, Chippewa, Dalton, Kingsway, Northwestern, Norwayne, Orrville, Rittman.  
 
Erie County: Edison, Huron, Margaretta, Perkins, St. Mary, Sandusky and Vermilion.