Senior Portraits

Senior Portrait Session: 

Your Senior Portrait Session with SnookySmiles Photography is all about you!  Together we will customize the perfect photo shoot to reflect your unique style and personality.  Select up to three great locations and bring as many clothing changes as you like!  Your Session Fee includes your photographers time & talent, 25-30 custom edited images for you to review during a private viewing at your convenience, and a $150 print credit!   This special session is for one subject only however be sure to check out my new Senior Portrait Session X2 (listed below)
Sessions may be held at the outdoor location(s) of your choice (I am happy to provide suggestions if you like) Feel free to really personalize this session by bringing  clothing and or props that will tell your story (ie: Sports Equipment, Skateboard, Instrument, Jewelry, Shades, School Spirt Wear etc.  The sky is the limit!  Deposit is due as a retainer within 1 week of scheduling to hold your appointment. $300

Senior Portrait Session X2:

The Senior Portrait Session X2 includes all the benefits of a regular senior session but with the fun of getting to do your shoot with your best friend!  Deposit for each participating Senior is $250 and includes a $150 print credit for each model. (a combined savings of $100!)  This must be received within 1 week of scheduling to reserve your appointment!
Senior Session X2 (2 Subjects)

and now available...

Senior Portrait Session X3: 

For 3 Seniors - Deposit is $200 per person (print credit is still $150 for each making each person's sitting fee only $50!)
Senior Session X3 (3 Subjects)

Senior Portrait Session X4 (Best Value): 

For 4 Seniors - Deposit is $150 per person (print credit is still $150 for each making your sitting fee FREE!!!)
Senior Session X4 (4 Subjects)


1 comment:

  1. These pictures look great and show so much personality! My little sister is a senior this year and is starting to look for someone to do her senior pictures. She doesn't know whether to take them during the fall or right before graduation in the spring. With your experience, what do you suggest?