When I met up with Dillon for his senior portrait session in Chippewa Valley, we put on some serious miles—both by foot and by car—to find some off-the-beaten-path locations. I love it when I get seniors who are willing to have a little adventure, because it always make the session more fun and more personal.
Chippewa Valley Senior Portraits
Dillon was pretty shy and quiet, but I was able to learn more about him as the session went on. He’s a big fan of camping and traveling—which was probably why he was willing to trek around with me to find those hidden gems for locations. And he absolutely loves his car, so we were sure to get pictures of him with it, too.
It was also obvious that Dillon’s family means the world to him and that they love and support him in return. They came to the session to help out and ended up laughing and smiling with him. It’s so nice to have family like this at my sessions, because who else can get you to open up like the people who know you and love you best?
And what family is complete without a trusty family pet? Dillon’s dog was a great addition to this session, and you could definitely see the friendship that those two have together.
Dillon, thank you for letting me capture these moments for you. I loved getting to meet you and your family.
And remember, juniors and seniors, if you’re interested in booking your own senior portrait session, I would love to hear from you. Make sure to contact me in order to book your own session. Make sure you get senior portraits that are a reflection of who you are! I can’t wait to hear from you.