This set of portraits was taken at Tenny Park in Madison, Wisconsin.
I love the many bridges in the park which make it a wonderful place for creative poses.
Katie was very agreeable for taking a variety of poses. I love her smile in this shot.
Katie’s parents were willing participants to add more interest to this shot.
Katie was willing to stand in front of the “gangster” car.
There’s the parents photo bombing the shot again!
It was a beautiful evening.
I love this shot next to the fuzzy flowers.
This was taken at the dock.
One of several silhouettes.
Katie and her mother. It reminds me of a famous Indian statuette.
Holding the sun.
Nothing says fun like a good jump.
Katie was wearing a coat for this shot.
There is a family of ducks in the back ground.
I love the warm sun shots coloring Katie’s hair.
As the evening went on Katie got into modeling. It was very comfortable at it.
She was not a friend of spiders and bugs though. Her parents had to clear the place of bugs.
The next series of shots were taken from a Phantom 3 Drone.
Katie was very good at playing for the drone.
Katie’s dad, John was our photographer for this shot while I was controlling the Phantom 3.
Obviously taken from the Phantom 3 not from up in a tree.
James Studio offers the Phantom 3 photos and video as a free add on to senior portraits!
Now we are back to shooting from a regular camera while on the ground. One of the things I recommend to all my clients is to think about accessories to wear. Katie followed my instructions very well.
Group hug. What a great place to have pictures taken of the whole family.