Lauren’s Michigan high school senior portraits were taken on a gorgeous sunny day in August! Summertime in Northern Michigan is an absolutely perfect time of year to have photos taken.
I met with Lauren and her mother near the Port Oneida School House in Maple City. We first started taking photos in the tall grass in a field by the school. The breeze lightly blowing the tops of the grass and Lauren’s hair had a lovely effect in the images. I selected a spot with a striking tree in the background. We were able to use some of the tree’s shade to keep the sun out of Lauren’s eyes. We love our sunny days, though! Next, we took some portraits beside the barn that was nearby. The look of the aged barn wood and the white and blue dress Lauren had on was a great pairing!
Next, Lauren changed into another outfit, and we took a few more photographs in the same area. We love it when seniors bring a few outfits with them. A variety of options in neutral shades is the best. Then we are really able to magnify their natural beauty!
Senior photos are so much fun in Michigan! We took a few more in the same field and on a stack of aged logs. There are so many wonderful spots in this area! One of Lauren’s favorite places is the Leelanau Peninsula. We love to photograph in areas that are significant to our clients.
After capturing some fantastic shots on a gravel road, we moved to a really gorgeous pine tree site. The sunlight falling through the trees looks so beautiful! After taking photos in these trees we moved to the beach. We had so much fun getting some really stunning portraits by Lake Michigan.
Beautiful Michigan! What could be better than the beach in the summer? Tall grass. Sandy beaches. Rolling waves. There is so much to love! Thank you so much, Lauren, for choosing us for your Michigan high school senior portraits!
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