The third of Megan’s 4 Season Senior Sessions was such a fun one, but as you might guess, it was REAL cold. I think in the middle of this session, both of us stopped and realized that there were pieces of our hair that were frozen!
This winter in Fort Wayne has been really warm and unpredictable at times, so as soon as I saw a pretty big accumulation of snow, I texted Megan and her mom to see if there was any possibility of doing her Winter session THAT afternoon, and they were both amazing and made it happen! I was so grateful that we got to take these photos with plenty of snow around!
Here are my favorites from Megan’s winter wonderland senior session! 🙂
Just as you would expect, this fall was quite a whirlwind of photo sessions, transition, and of course, leaves! It was busy and I’m just now getting to blog about all the fun sessions I got to do! Bre kicked off the Fall senior photo sessions I had this year. We started her session at the Solomon Farm Park Trail which I believe to be one of the most beautiful places in Fort Wayne – especially in the Fall!
For the second portion of Bre’s Senior Photo session, we took the party downtown for a little more of a modern feel! If you’ve ever driven downtown from Northern Fort Wayne in the fall, you’ve probably seen how the trees on Clinton by Headwater’s park almost seem to be lit with color from the sun shining on the leaves. I was so glad we were able to get Bre’s senior photos during sunset during the week that there were just enough leaves in the trees but also on the ground. It was exactly the scene that what I think of when I think of Fall in the city.
Bre, Thank you for letting me be your photographer and for running around Fort Wayne with me for this session! I had such a fun time with you and I hope the rest of your senior year is absolutely wonderful, along with the rest of the adventure that lies ahead for you!
Meet Megan! Megan is a 2017 Senior who also happens to be my cousin’s daughter, which technically (I’ve googled, to be sure) makes her my first cousin once removed. Fun fact: the correct way to address your cousin’s children is niece or nephew, even though you’re a form of cousin (I think we’ll just stick with first names here).
Megan is a 4 Season Senior, meaning that we’ll be doing one Senior Photography Session in every season of her senior year! I love the idea of documenting each season of a senior’s last year of high school with photos they can always look back on. Since it’s such a time of change and transitions (and I’m such a sucker for nostalgia), I think the ability to have a snapshot of each season from such an important year can be such a priceless thing to have!
With this being Megan’s summer session, we wanted to make sure to take full advantage of the vibrant greens and golden colors that summer brings with it- especially during golden hour (basically an hour before the sun sets, when it gives off a really pretty, warm light). I also loved the colors Megan chose to wear for these photos! They played so well with the natural colors that were already all around us!
We started our session in a field behind a white barn and ended it on a nearby bridge over one of Fort Wayne’s 3 main rivers. The sun was in a perfect spot behind some trees nearby for most of our session, and in some of these shots, it came through and brought some nice warmth and even a few sun flares with it! This session was a lot of fun and I’m really excited for our fall session coming up in a bout a month or so. Stay tuned! But for now, here are some of my favorites from Megan’s summer session! Enjoy!