I think I’ve photographed more Fyffe red devils this year than ever before, and it’s always great to get seniors from new schools in front of my camera! Libby’s senior session was especially fun because I got to photograph so many different looks. It’s not that Libby brought tons of outfits, but rather each one really showed a piece of her personality. After hair and makeup with Tasha, we started in downtown Scottsboro with our most dressy look– a navy, a-line dress with cute pearl detail. This outfit was so timeless and elegant I knew we had to have a setting to match, so we shot with an old brick wall and a beautiful white doorway.
If you know Libby personally, I’m sure you know she was ready to get out of that dress and into her basketball gear! She brought two uniforms, so we were able to use both in different locations to really mix it up and give her images more variety. The red Coca Cola wall (yes, you’ve seen it before) was the perfect compliment to her black and red jersey, and it was fun to do something totally different than what I’m used to with that location. When we finished up there, Libby switched into her white jersey and we got a few shots with her beloved (and awesome) Camaro. That same location provided us with a really pretty spot for Libby’s next outfit, a burgundy top and jeans, which was casual but still super cute.
Our final stop was at the Jackson County Park, where we found the most gorgeous light to end our session. This was in September, before we really saw any color on the trees, but the golden sunlight coming through the leaves gave some warm fall color. I loved hanging out with Libby and her mom, who are some of the funniest, sweetest people ever and I love all her images too, but I think my favorite is the final image of Libby laying in the grass. The light is perfect, her eyes are absolutely stunning and I just think it totally shows her beauty, inside and out!