Tropical High School Senior Portrait Session

Tropical High School Senior Portrait Session


The school year is coming to an end, the final test of the year is in sight, late night studies are over, what better time to reward your high school senior with a personalized high school senior portrait session.

Today we’re featuring McKenzie, a high school senior from Orlando. This beautiful young lady and her family have been vacationing on the West Coast since McKenzie was a little girl . We absolutely love that she chose our Southwest Florida studio to capture such memorable photos. Senior portraits are full of personality and the perfect way to showcase ones own personal style. We knew the second we met McKenzie she was going to be a breeze to photograph. With her vibrant personality and stunning style she owned this session and we let her imagination run wild. McKenzie was up to try everything from dancing around in the ocean and not afraid to get sand in her hair, no stopping her energy. Just Another reason why we think Senior Portrait sessions ROCK!

For this Senior portrait session we are on North Captiva Island at the South Seas Island Resort. Sitting on 330 acres of tropical preserve, 2.5 miles of which is pristine beach, a gorgeous marina and royal palm lined streets, its indisputable the resort offers an myriad of breathtaking scenery. We took to Sunset Cove for the majority of McKenzie’s shoot, loved using the over sized boulders that line the turquoise waters as our backdrop.

We just know McKenzie will go far in her ventures, the oldest in her family, our studio looks forward to capturing her siblings senior portraits in the near future. If you’re considering a session for your senior, our studio is here to assist you in deciding a location that suits their style. We also suggest personalizing this special milestone by incorporating a favorite sports gear or musical instrument. We’ve also seen many sessions with a favorite vehicle- most of all have fun!

– Congratulations McKenzie!


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