Queen Creek Senior Photographer
Every high school senior brings something different and unique, which is one of the reasons being a Queen Creek senior photographer so amazing! But Krista, who will be graduating from Queen Creek High School, was especially different bringing her color guard props and unique skills! I was amazed just watching her toss the flag and rifle so high…and catch them flawlessly every time! We were lucky enough to have beautiful lighting and perfect weather. We headed out to the Riparian Preserve in Gilbert for her session and she chose some lovely colors for her outfits. Her long, beautiful curls will make anyone envious! There was water in the creek and in a few other areas which is a special treat for us here in Arizona. Quite often it is just dry beds full of rock, so I made sure to get images of Krista in the water as much as possible! She was a real trooper, actually wading into the water for a few shots! And then, just when I thought our session couldn’t get any better, along came the ducks! Yes, they nearly came right up to Krista! Amazing!
Color Guard Senior Pictures
Ah yes, so you move to AZ and there isn’t a color guard at your high school? No problem! Just start your own! And that is exactly what Krista did at Queen Creek High School. She brought her flag, sword, and rifle for some very unique senior pictures! If you’re on Pinterest, this image comes up quite often for creative senior pictures!
Wading in the Water
Who says you can’t have senior pictures taken in the water in Arizona? If you know the right locations, there is plenty of water to wade in! Krista’s simple sundress was perfect for a few quick pictures in the water. Even though it was warm outside, the water was still pretty chilly! But she was a champ and she got some great images as a reward!
Gorgeous pictures! I admire her for not being afraid to toss that rifle up so high AND catch it!!!
Right??? It was definitely a unique senior portrait session!
I love those black and white shots! Beautiful location and gorgeous images.
Thanks Christy! I wish it always looked like this!