Bryanna is such a incredibly down-to-earth girl with an undeniable natural beauty! No matter what way she looked or smiled, she made my job was pretty easy. We walked and talked around the field, spending time with the horses, enjoying the sun, and the little bit of wind that picked up from time to time.
It was an honor to be with Bryanna as she dreams and plans for life after high school. It only gets better from here. To share in this time with her on a beautiful afternoon, the kind where you roll the windows down and turn up the music.
At times it can be a challenge to bring out their “true self” in a portrait session. As the photographer, you never know what kind of day they’ve had leading up to your time together, what’s going on in their life at the moment, and so on. You’re test as a professional is to gage that and still manage to bring out their best.
I know Bryanna’s parents are proud of her, yet wondering where the time went and how we’re here now. As a parent, I can completely understand. There’s come a time when you have to look at all the work and effort you put in, and just pray you did all that you could for these incredible people we’ve created. The world will never know exactly what they’re gaining quite like parents do.
Being a senior is such a big turning point in a young person’s life, as they find their place, figure out who they are, and make their first big life decisions. Thank you Bryanna for spending the afternoon with me. I had a great time with you, your mom, and friend, Amy. I wish you the best of luck on your senior year, enjoy all the time you can.