College Graduation Photography Session via ZaagiTravel.com

Photography Shoot: Graduation Portraits

I was super stoked when a friend asked if I could take some photos that will go out with her college graduation announcements.

This isn’t travel-themed at all but I wanted to share it here because it’s somewhat of a portfolio of my photography. I’m no professional but I enjoy doing it!

So, without further ado…

College Graduation Photography Session via ZaagiTravel.com
College Graduation Photography Session via ZaagiTravel.com

 

College Graduation Photography Session via ZaagiTravel.com

 

College Graduation Photography Session via ZaagiTravel.com

 

College Graduation Photography Session via ZaagiTravel.com

 

College Graduation Photography Session via ZaagiTravel.com

 

College Graduation Photography Session via ZaagiTravel.com

 

College Graduation Photography Session via ZaagiTravel.com

 

College Graduation Photography Session via ZaagiTravel.com

 

College Graduation Photography Session via ZaagiTravel.com

 

College Graduation Photography Session via ZaagiTravel.com

College Graduation Photography Session via ZaagiTravel.com

 

College Graduation Photography Session via ZaagiTravel.com

 

College Graduation Photography Session via ZaagiTravel.com

 

College Graduation Photography Session via ZaagiTravel.com

 

Thank you to my drop-dead-gorgeous friend for being such a great model today.

And thank YOU for taking an interest in my little hobby.

If you like my photos, let me know (it makes me feel special)!

If you have tips, pointers, and/or constructive criticism… I would love for you to leave a comment!

Thanks again, y’all.

2 thoughts on “Photography Shoot: Graduation Portraits”

  1. The pictures turned out great! Loved the fact you took a different perspective with the camera getting above your subject as well as doing a dutch angle. Also, it was great you took the time to play with the light and highlighted your model. One thing I would suggest is to create more depth of field with your shots. I don’t know what lens or camera you are using so this may be a little tough, but crank up your f-stop and get your backdrop a little further behind your subject. Your intention with senior portraits is to focus on the person graduating and less on the surroundings. Overall great job!
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    1. Thanks so much Anthony! I sincerely appreciate the feedback! I’m using a Canon Rebel T2i with the factory lens — 18-55mm. I want to get some better lenses soon, maybe for my birthday next month. haha I’ll definitely work on the depth of field issue. I have a LOT to learn but that’s a good place to start. Thank you again!

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