Hey everyone! It's been a busy blogging week.
Today, I have something a little bit different for you, but it's definitely awesome!
In the fall of 2015, I had the immense pleasure of working with Rebekah Beaty on a shoot to celebrate her turning 16. She then came back again during the summer of 2016 to schedule her senior portrait session. But what was especially unique about this session was the idea behind it. Rebekah and her mother asked me if I would be willing to split Rebekah's session into 4 mini sessions: one for each season. Of course, I loved the idea and enthusiastically said yes.
The sessions started in the summer of 2016 and ended in spring 2017, in time for Rebekah's graduation. It was an amazing experience, and I can't wait to do something this cool again!
Take a look at all the images we took throughout the year!
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How awesome is this concept?! I had so much fun on each of these sessions, and I was honored to have been able to watch Rebekah grow throughout her senior year.
After Rebekah's last session, we got together for her image premier and ordering session, where she bought an extended album, mounted prints, and a wall canvas. Take a look at how beautifully everything turned out!
When Rebekah received her order, she took it home and created an adorable display to put out during her graduation party. She sent me a photo of the setup:
I love tangible products so much. It's such a great way to preserve your session and share it with your friends and family in a meaningful way.
If you haven't booked your session yet, it's not too late! Submit a form through the contact page and let me know you're interested in booking a session!
Also, I want to give a special shout out to Gardens of Babylon for allowing us to use their space for Rebekah's spring session!
Until next time, fam!
Emily McGonigle Photography is a Franklin and Nashville Portrait Photographer, and can be contacted for booking inquiries here.