Gwyn’s winter wonderland! ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ Gwyn had her summer session in July, fall session in October and now her winter session. That much closer to graduation! This school year is flying by and she is about to walk on stage with her cap and gown. ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ We met at my favorite winter location to capture Gwyn. Gwyn likes to ski so we captured this fun memory of her. We had to giggle when she brought the same sweater from her last session. I get it, when you love something you want to wear it! Thankfully her mom had a sweater on that she didn’t think she would like but we LOVED it on her! She liked it too! Phew!! ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ I brought the red couch and I think it pops beautifully for a fun look! I think that might have been the first time I have used that couch! I have four in my studio as of Sunday! I think I have a problem folks! ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ Gwyn has one more season senior session with me. She will be rocking springtime in April. We will get a family portrait at this time as well. Great time to update the family portrait before she heads off to college. It’s not too late to get senior portraits!
Meet lil miss Camden…
This girl is so well rounded. So talented. So kind. So beautiful. When we met for her planning session I was in awe at all of her activities, hobbies and interests. I have known Camden as a mountain biker. 🚵🏻♀️ She is the kid that decorates her helmet for every race, yet walks around with a book in her hand.📖 Always a book in her hand. 📚 She is confident in who she is and that is a beautiful thing. That is how I want all women to be! I loved all of her outfits and the meaning behind all of her locations. We started in Freak Ally for a few shots. This captured some of her artistic side. We then walked over to ‘Rediscovered Books’ store as she spends a lot of time there. We jumped in the van and stopped at ‘The Cabin’ for a shot there as she likes to take writing classes there in the summer.📝 She changed her outfit in the van and we walked to the bridge. The bridge has such great angles and textures! We then went to the Capitol building to capture her with one of her signs. 🌏 She likes to rally on the steps…that was a first for me! She is so brave and confident! We went to the foothills for the rest of the shots.⛰ We loaded up my “session wagon” and went for a little hike. Camden loves to snow ski and is on ski team.🎿 We captured a few more book shots with some of her favorite books, got some more shots without any props, except her hat and she looks freaking darling in the hat by the way! The hat! 🧢 A girl after my own heart! Then of course we finished with her mountain bike in the foothills where she rides and trains. How cool is all that??
Sometimes I get seniors like Camden that have a lot they want to capture and remember and sometimes I get kids with one outfit. Either way, they are memories I’m honored to capture. I love it all! I love the kids and their love of life! ❤️
Ride on, Camden! Enjoy your senior year!! Hope to see you in the foothills!
What is your favorite book? Comment below with a book recommendation for Camden (and me) ⬇️⬇️⬇️
Look at this smile!! Shanti was pretty excited for her senior portraits. She pretty much had her outfits picked out before we even met for the planning session! 👗 I loved her excitement!! 🙌🏻
Her hair!! So stunning! Who wants hair like this?? 🙋🏼♀️ Shanti wanted some variety that we got from the Train Depot, a bridge and the foothills⛰. It has been a strange fall 🍁 and not the best leaves on the ground in the foothills.
I was on my way to her session when I saw these beautiful, orange leaves at a church. 🍁🍁🍁 I contemplated going back and grabbing a pile for pictures. I just didn’t want to be late. I like to be early.
I decided it was worth it so I drove back around the block and got a pile of orange leaves. They worked perfectly!! Her fall senior session turned out perfect!
I got to photograph this girl due to a referral! The best compliment for sure! This is one beautiful girl, inside and out!
Do you have a senior like Shanti that was/is excited for senior portraits or do you have a senior that just doesn’t care but will do them for mom? I get a good mix but quite honestly I get a lot of boys
that don’t really care, but do it for mom…and end up having fun and are excited to see the pictures! Yep, that might be my super power! 🤪👊🏻
This kid!! He has grown up so much the last few years! So crazy how they are a boy one day and man the next! 💪🏻 Taylor wanted his senior portraits done at his grandparents ranch in Council, ID.
So that is what we did! Grandpa has the prettiest, old red truck that we even picked a special outfit for! I have to say that this kid has style! I really loved his clothing choices with all the color!
I’m sure it was mom that should get the award 🥇 for this but Taylor was willing to do whatever! After a fun evening in Council capturing Taylor, we scheduled one evening at the Bishop Kelly football field.
We captured Taylor! That is what senior portraits is all about! Taylor is such a gentleman! Great smile! Great attitude! I have no doubt that he will conquer his dreams and goals.
Why don’t you “comment below” and wish this kid a great senior year!!
She is just too cute! She is goofy, smart, fun, and so kind! Love her heart! 💜
We spent her summer session in the lavender, and this is her Fall session 🍁. She makes me laugh with all her funny jokes and giggling!
She is trying to figure out what college she wants to go to with tours and and an open heart and mind. She will do amazing wherever she lands!
Issie has a bird that we will incorporate in her spring session. We will also capture her family, including Ziggy the dog in one of her final sessions.
So fun to capture Issie throughout the year. This enables her to wear her hair differently, have many outfits, and any changes in Issie will be captured on camera to cherish for years to come!
I recently looked at my senior portraits and guess what???? I have a picture of me with my camera!! Are you kidding me??!!! I didn’t remember that!! And now look me! 📷
Senior portraits are a huge milestone and such a fun memory to enjoy now and many years down the road.
What a great time to update your family portrait too! Kill two birds with one stone! Okay, not the best analogy since Issie has a bird. But, you get what I’m saying.
Since most people have a hard time finding time to get portraits done, or just don’t like the camera, it’s a great time to update before your senior heads to college.
What fun (or funny) memory do you have about your senior portraits?? Please comment below! I would LOVE to hear!
This girl is on fire!! 🔥 This is seriously the song I had in my head while editing her session! 🎧🎼 But seriously…look at her!! 💜
I’m so in love with her Fall session! 🍁 She is a natural in front of the camera! 📷 We have done a summer session, a Fall session and then we will meet again in the snow and in the spring.
We did some shots I always do because I know that parents will love them but we also did some new shots. Meaning, shots that I have never done or tried. The ideas were flowing!! So fun!
The lighting, the temperature, and the mood was so perfect on this beautiful evening.
What are your thoughts on capturing your senior in all four Idaho seasons?
This idea came from a parent a few years ago. We gave it a try and it was actually a great idea!! Some kids change SO much their senior year. Senior portraits are typically done in the summer or fall before senior year.
So by the time they get to graduation, almost a year later, they have changed dramatically. Some don’t change much. It is also a fun way to capture a senior with a lot of hobbies, sports, and/or interests but it is also a great
opportunity to do a family portrait at any of the four sessions before your senior heads off to the big bad world after graduation. 🌎
If you are interested in talking more about this option, please schedule a “Planning Session” for May of 2020. ➡️ https://directory.bookedin.com/photography-by-kam
Look at this girl! Sydney is so quiet and shy but she rocked her senior session! She is a simple girl that didn’t want much so that’s what we did!! She had two outfits, wore her hair up and smiled with her beautiful smile! I told her I would love to see her hair down and her mom said, “that is like seeing a unicorn”. haha
Okay, okay…I get it! I will stop asking! hahaha I was honored to do her senior portraits! Have an amazing year, Sydney!
This kid is so beautiful! He is goofy as I’ll get out and the kid that everyone loves! He is an amazing friend, brother, and son! In these images we captured true Cadon. From his hat backwards, those eyes with his blue shirt, his love for hunting & fishing, a shot with his little sister (yep, they are definitely related), and his three best buddies! The best part of this is we shot all of these at his favorite hang out, the South Fork of the Boise River! Not a bad place for a teenager! If you have ever been, it is quite the drive down this windy dirt road with a big drop off on the side. Yep, my butt was puckered the entire time. But you get down there and I am pretty sure it is a little piece of heaven. It literally took my breath away! Cadon forgot a few football props so we got some great football shots in my studio yard a few days later. You guys! This is what senior portraits is all about!! I gathered all of these details at his planning session and we all worked together to plan his big milestone. You know, the one where mom cries (and dad, pretty sure dad did too). Tears of sadness that her baby boy is grown up, tears of being so proud, and tears of excitement for his next chapter in life. To look back on these images and remember who he was at this time is priceless. I’m so honored to be the one
to capture this handsome kid! I’m so excited to see where he goes in his next chapter. I know he will be successful and have fun doing it!! Have an amazing senior year, Cadon!
Meet Sydney…this girl is excited to graduate! She is quiet and a little shy but warmed up quickly so we could capture her amazing smile!! She plays guitar, plays soccer and ski’s in her spare time.
I have had the pleasure to watch Sydney on the soccer field and she is always so calm but gets the job done. So great to work with her! We had some great laughs and just had fun!!
We started off at Boise High one early weekend morning and then we met one evening to capture the rest in the yummy fall light. Give her some compliments and let her know how beautiful she is!!
Always an honor to photograph kids I have watched grow up and bloom for several years now…
Meet Mariah! Mariah and my oldest used to play soccer together. Mariah is still in the soccer scene and killing it! She has committed to Boise State and is an animal on the field. She is so fun to watch! She is SUPER excited to be done with high school and start college. This girl is ready!!! She loves music, loves shoes (Converse and Vans), loves soccer and loves her mama! Love your love for life, Mariah! Keep on keeping on!! Keep smiling that beautiful smile and keep working hard! It is paying off!