Kansas City Seniors Photos
Here’s some info for a typical Kansas City Seniors Photos session.
As you can see from the senior photos here, there really is no limit or constraint to the possibilities of what we can do for your senior photos! Almost any location is possible as well as our studio. Just let us know your ideas and we’ll share some of ours.
I’ve won multiple awards for my senior photos in various competitions.
I’m also an instructor of photography and photography software and I’m and constantly looking for cool places, poses, props, lighting effects, digital editing effects I can use to enhance your photos. Naturally we try to get as much as possible captured in the camera as possible, but I’m always looking for a good B/W or Sepia possibility.
Typical Senior Photo Session
Your typical senior photo session will last a couple of hours, but be flexible. We may go longer if the light is great and if your energy is up as well!
I usually take about 400 shots. I then take them back to the office and load them into our photography software. The shots are graded for exposure, light, smile, look, energy and the 400 shots are usually whittled down to about 50. I then grade out those 50 shots and select about half of them to take in for some additional editing. I always look for any potential blemishes or acne. Those can be corrected easily. I can also go in to the software to brighten up the eyes, add a bit of sparkle to the smile, add a bit of blush to the skin and soften it up if needed.
Okay, enough of the technical stuff. The bottom line is that there’s a lot of work that goes in to your senior photos that you may never see. It’s all done to give you and your friends and family the memories of a lifetime!
Frequently Asked Questions
Seniors Photos Checklist
More people will see your senior photos than ANY OTHER PHOTO you have ever, or will have taken. YES! Even more than your see your wedding photos!Mike Jensen, Photographer
Girls, don’t get it dyed the day of the shoot. Too much stress and potential for disaster. Guys, I’d suggest a haircut within a week before your shoot.
EASY AND NATURAL is the best approach. Enough to accentuate your natural beauty but not so much you need to scrape it off with a putty knife!
Bring plenty of options! At least three changes including more formal and casual.
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