Katy contacted me one day looking for a photographer for her daughter Grace’s senior portraits. They considered a number of location options after we talked, and they settled on Long Lake Regional Park which was near their home. When they arrived, the whole family was there (including their dog Zurie!) so we could grab a few quick family photos prior to Grace’s session since they hadn’t had photos taken in awhile. Everyone had a great time – even Zurie!
Long Lake Regional Park Senior Photos
Once the rest of the family left, Katy, Grace and I walked throughout Long Lake Park for her senior portraits. Grace had so much fun, and she was a champ following directions so her session went off without a hitch. Grace was prepared with a few different outfit options and we had time for several.
Once back at my studio, Grace and her family chose a wall canvas of her favorite portrait to match photos as she was growing up, as well as an Heirloom Portrait Box filled with their favorite photos from the session (including family photos and prints of Grace and Zurie together.)
Thank you, Cool family, for working with me for Grace’s senior portraits. I had so much fun working with you, and I am thrilled that you love your artwork!
Make sure to take a look at some of my other senior portrait sessions I photographed too, including at Como Park, Willow River Falls, Hidden Falls Regional Park, Stillwater, Como Park, Guthrie Theater, Mill Ruins Park, Maple Grove Arboretum, Cathedral Hill, Lyndale Peace Park, Silver Lake, Father Hennepin Bluffs Park, North Loop, Cathedral Hill, Loring Park, Long Lake Regional Park, Loring Park, Stone Arch Bridge, Mill City Museum.
If you’d like to work together for your senior portrait session, contact me soon!