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Every Senior Model Xperience is a little bit different. Sometimes they are really nervous. Sometimes they are totally relaxed. Most are somewhere in-between, maybe a little bit anxious at first, but then loosen up the more they get into it. Comes with the territory since for most of them, it’s the first time in their Read more ..
We were beginning to believe we were cursed. Every time we were in the presence of Andersen or her mom, it rained. No, it’s true. From the time we first met with them to discuss Andersen becoming a Studio P Senior Model, right through when we finally got her outdoor shot finished, we dealt with Read more ..
One of the goals that we have for every Senior Xperience shoot is to provide a wide variety of shots for people to choose from. To that end, we often have the seniors give us both smiling and non-smiling expressions. Sometimes a more serious look can be great for a portrait. There are some seniors, Read more ..
It’s not that we disliked answering questions. We LOVE interacting with our clients and are always ready and willing to allay any fear, put to rest any concern. But when it came to the Studio P Senior Xperience, most of the questions we were getting were all the same — What do I wear? What Read more ..
You get them in the mail every April and May. White envelopes. White cards. Fancy type that says “Class of This Year will graduate from Blah Blah High School at 7 PM, yada yada yada.” Graduation invitations that look just like everyone else’s. Boring. What if you could do graduation invitations that were unique? That Read more ..