Y’all know I love my Fort Payne wildcats! Almost a third of the seniors I shot this past year were from Fort Payne, including beautiful miss Allie! Scheduling Allie’s session was a bit difficult because of her basketball schedule, but we managed to fit them in before practice one day, and at a time when she could get some shots with her bff Abby, too! Stay tuned for Abby’s session in a few days– you won’t believe how beautiful these girls are!
Since we had to start Allie’s shoot a little earlier than usual, I had some unique lighting challenges to deal with. The upside to this was that we got some serious golden light, plus I got to explore some new areas where I wouldn’t normally be able to shoot. The first pose below is one that I love, but not everybody can do it. When I mentioned it to Allie she said “yeah, the Spiderman pose,” and went right into it! So now every time I use this pose, I think of her!
As you might have noticed, Allie is basically a super model with that thick blonde hair and legs that go on for days. I love the dark green dress she picked out for her second look, as the color was beautiful with her complexion and her hair, plus it showed off those great legs! For this look, we hiked down into the creek bed, which you saw on the blog yesterday for Trey’s shoot. The colors we even more vibrant this time, so they made for a stunning backdrop to these images.
We wrapped up Allie’s session with a few photos in her volleyball and basketball uniforms. I always enjoy when my seniors bring their sports uniforms for a handful of shots, because the images we get will be so different from your normal school sports photo. I mean sure, you may not usually be standing on a wooden bridge with a volleyball on your shoulder, but it makes for a beautiful picture, so why not?!