You’re a high school junior, about to enter into your senior  year. You have never had professional portraits taken of yourself before. Should I even have senior portraits taken? What should I expect? What goes on behind Nicole Henry Photography?

Well, I’m glad you asked! When you book a senior portrait session with Nicole Henry Photography, I will send you a digital magazine with all the information to your questions. It will outline pricing, timelines, reviews of past clients, how to prepare for your session and much more!

A month before your session we will meet for your senior session style consultation. We will go over outfits, accessories, locations, hair and makeup ideas.  This will help ensure that everything is styled cohesively and mapped out ahead of time. Less decisions the day of your session = less time wasted. Because who hasn’t changed their outfit three times before leaving the house? Only me?

The day of your session we will start with professional hair and makeup because who doesn’t need to be pampered from time to time? Once that is finished we will then get to the fun part, getting photographed! Since we mapped out your outfits to locations beforehand, changing and accessorizing will be a breeze. And just in case you don’t know how to pose or what to do with your hands, don’t worry I have you covered!

Behind Nicole Henry Photography, Behind the scenes of Nicole Henry Photography

A few weeks later we will meet for your ordering appointment. You will view all of your senior session images in a slideshow. Then, you and your parents can look at and feel the different products we have to offer. Some of the products available to Nicole Henry Photography seniors are albums, canvas wall art, graduation announcements or your very own senior app.

I will be there every step of the way to help you make the most out of your senior session experience. But don’t take my word for it, check out the reviews page to hear what other seniors are saying about their experience.

Hair and makeup artist in behind the scenes video: Debra Petrielli