Location, Location, Location!

When it comes to choosing the location for your senior photo session, there are many options to consider depending on your personal preferences and style.

One popular location for senior photos is a natural outdoor setting, such as a park or botanical garden. These locations provide a beautiful backdrop of greenery, water, or other natural elements that can add depth and interest to your photos. They also offer plenty of opportunities for creative shots, such as capturing candid moments or experimenting with different poses.

Another option is an urban setting, such as a city street, alleyway, or graffiti wall. These locations can add a modern, edgy feel to your photos and are great for seniors who are looking for a more urban or alternative style. They also offer plenty of opportunities for creative shots, such as capturing reflections in windows or playing with the lighting and shadows.

If you’re looking for a more unique location, consider a place that has personal meaning to you. This could be a location that holds special memories, such as a childhood home or a favorite hangout spot, or a place that represents your interests or hobbies, such as a sports field or music venue.

Ultimately, the best location for your senior photo session will depend on your personal style and preferences. It’s important to choose a location that reflects your personality and interests and that will make you feel comfortable and confident during your photo session.

These are some examples of local location types or “vibes” that seniors can consider for
their shoot. If you want more than one, there’s a package for that!

Horsethief Canyon Park – San Dimas

Think country rustic: open fields, wooden accents, tall overgrown grasses, trails.

Bonelli Park, Puddingstone Lake – San Dimas

This beautiful regional park has water, trees, and bright yellow flowers in the spring…it is a beautiful natural space.

Cal Poly Pomona

This campus has beautiful Japanese and Rose Gardens not far from each other as well as great buildings with brick and metal architecture.

Scripps College – Claremont

This beautiful campus has a mediterranean feel with stuning courtyards, rose gardens, classic architecture, arches, wooden doors and more. Such great variety here.

Claremont Train Station & Packing House

A great mix of classic architecture and urban, edgy vibes all in one block in downtown Claremont.

Downtown Glendora & Azusa

This is a blended shoot of the downtown areas of Glendora & Azusa. Fun colors, art and textures.

The Beach

This one is pretty self-explanatory. The beach is beautiful, classic, fun and OH SO California! Travel fee applies for this location.

Surprise me!

Some of my favorite shoots have been in spots that my clients are familiar with that I would never have access to…private homes, buildings…or just spots that are special to them that I have never come across. I am game for anything!