Posts Tagged ‘Nature’

Becca Land | ACS CO 16 |

Introducing Becca Land, Anchorage Christian School senior, class of 2016!

Becca told us she likes to hike in Girdwood, so off to the Arm we went! There are so many different looks to be created along the Turnagain Arm, from a windblown beach along the rocks, to the Alaskan mountain backdrop across the inlet, to the leafy forest of the Chugach. It’s especially diverse in the late summer/early fall when we were there with Becca, because we still have fresh greens and blue skies, while at the same time the leaves are beginning to turn for those rich fall colors.

Becca got quite the variety in her senior photos!

Erica Stewart| SAHS CO 16 |

Take a look at this beauty! We had a lovely time with South Anchorage High School senior Erica Stewart! Among Erica’s well rounded list of interests is a love for the outdoors, including fishing, hiking, and camping, so it was obvious that we had to get ourselves into the Alaskan wilderness for her senior session! Erica’s choice to dress in simple, flowy whites made for an excellent contrast between herself and the vivid natural backgrounds, which allowed her to really pop in her photos without looking out of place.

 

Erin Bachman | EHS CO 16 |

We had a blast with East High School senior Erin Bachman! For Erin’s senior session, we took a trip down the Knik Arm to Beluga Point. The Beluga Point area is such a cool place for senior photos, because there’s a huge variety in scenery in just one location. All you have to do is turn the other way and your photos look like they’re in a whole now place!

Erin found all the fun nooks to pose in, etching out space against the brick buildings and among the rock formations. She simply radiated in the golden hues of the late summer sun!

 

Caiti Hammett | BHS CO 16 | Alaska Cheerleader Senior Photos

What a time we had with sweet-hearted Bartlett High School senior and cheerleader Caiti Hammett! We took Caiti all around Anchorage for her senior session, finding perfect places everywhere from downtown alleys to the shore of the Cook Inlet. The lightly windblown day gave Caiti a perfectly natural look in all her photos, expertly tossing her hair from her eyes in the way that only nature can. Caiti thoughtfully chose her outfits – a sparkled dress, her cheerleading outfit, and a floral piece with a cozy cardigan. We absolutely love her style — in fact we might┬ábe slightly obsessed with her rust colored cardigan.