Sarah – Flagstaff High School Senior Photography
Flagstaff High School Senior Photography: Sarah’s Autumn Session.
Do you realize this transition from being a teenager to an adult, from a high schooler to a graduate, will likely be the last time pictures are exchanged with friends? Think about it – how often do folks past their senior year in high school do this? NEVER! Let’s face it, there are some of the classmates that will never see each other again. This once united class will disperse to different colleges, different cities, different occupations, different hobbies, different friends, and soon these classmates will find their high school years to be little more than memories. One of the more enjoyable walks down memory lane one day will be flipping through these portraits of their friends, and who knows, the memories that reignited that day may very well reignite a friendship.
Flagstaff High School Senior Photography
It’s not all about the memories though, is it? Let’s be real, high school senior portraits are FUN, high-quality images! How often do you get an opportunity to have a fashion shoot? And how often do you get to make the shoot all about you? How often does a photo shoot really show a snapshot of your life? High school seniors have one opportunity to show the world who they are in a really creative way. A high-quality photographer will take the time to get comfortable with the student, and despite their hesitations, their comfort will rise, and the images produced will be a remarkable mirror of the best things in their life.
If we get right down to it, life is going to change. Senior portraits are fun for the upcoming graduate, but in reality, these portraits are for the parents. The child you have raised for 18 or so years is never going to be the same. They will soon move on to college or the workforce, and the recent memories you have now will become more and more distant. High-quality high school senior portraits are a way to preserve this part of their life – to keep these memories alive.
About the Location: Aspen Corner
There’s something incredibly calming about aspen trees. Populating mountain climes through subterranean colonial root systems, the elegant white-barked beauties sway in tight-knit groves above alpine meadows. On the western slopes of Flagstaff’s San Francisco Peaks, canyon-born winds whip canopies of heart-shaped leaves into a symphony of whistles and whirs that only nature could score.
Situated on sloping meadows and open glades high on the western slope of the San Francisco Peaks, the Aspen Loop Trail affords unhindered views of the volcanic field to the west and the Grand Canyon to the north. The Peaks loom high above with fine views of the nearby Arizona Snowbowl.
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