Portrait Photography
Tuning Pegs | Rochester NY Photographer Senior Portraits
Tuning Pegs | Rochester NY Photographer Senior Portraits
Sarah, one of my top picks from her senior session.

This week’s photoBLOG entry features senior photos from the Rochester NY area with Sarah. Sarah is a Webster High School student and cello player, or should I say cellist, whose been playing since she was a young child. Her Mom is also a music teacher, so maybe it’s just in her DNA. When her Mom told me she played cello, I made sure that she brought it along so we could work it into a few of her senior photos. Sarah and I made our way around the park, dodging a HUGE track meet that was also taking place that day (which we were unaware of until we arrived, it definitely kept it interesting!). We were also on the Lake Ontario beach so finding great locations for photos was not a problem.

I always encourage photo clients to bring props to their senior portrait session, whether it’s a musical instrument, a sports prop, karate uniform, whatever. If it’s something that you’re passionate about, bring it! I see portrait photography as more of a way to capture this time in your life and what your into & about. Once you graduate from high school and you’re off to college your life will be completely different. Take a minute to check out a few favorites from Sarah’s senior portrait session…

All Images © Canal Town Photo

Senior Photos

Senior Photos Rochester NY


Portraits on lake ontario

Senior Photo cool lighting

Senior Photos with a cello

Outdoor Senior Photos

Senior Photos in Rochester NY

Black and white Senior Photo

Senior Photos with musical instrument

portrait lighting

Check out other Senior Portrait Sessions by Canal Town Photo


Patrick Castania is a Santa Clarita CA photographer specializing in Wedding, Engagement, & Family Portrait Photography.

    Find more about me on:
  • googleplus
  • facebook
  • twitter

One Response

  1. […] Read the original post: Tuning Pegs | Senior Portraits with a Cellist […]

Leave a Reply