My run of working with beautiful spokesmodels continues! Meet Jordan, class of 2013 at Havelock High School. I tell you- I think I must hands down, have the most beautiful spokesmodels of anyone.
I’ve had a really hard time picking images to share for Jordan. I just have too many favorites! As I was working on preparing her images I thought it might be fun to show you what a subtle before and after looks like. I started with this lovely image of Miss Jordan.
There was already a lot that I liked about the image but there were a few things I wanted to tweak. I loved the airy feel to the image and I wanted to keep it but overall I thought the image was a bit cool. So, I warmed it up a tad and gave it just a bit more of a glow. Check out Jordan’s face. Can you see how she is a bit brighter? Next, look at the background. Can you see the warmth I added? These are the types of things I do when I am working on my client images. I capture the image with good exposure, in a nice location and pleasing composition and then, while you wait, I “play” with the images. It is so much fun to watch an image really come to life on your screen!
This next image might be my session favorite. I just love it! The location, the pose, and Jordan’s perfect appearance. Wow! My neighbor saw it and said it looked like it was an album cover or something. So, if Jordan ever becomes a rock star, I’ve got her first album’s cover art all done for her
After a while Jordan changed outfits and we went for a slightly different look. I love how Jordan is gazing right into the camera for this one. Her expression seals the deal for me and I think it is a winner.
And speaking of winners, I love a good close up and I believe this image is the winner for that category. I loved it so much I converted it to a black and white image so that you could we could simply focus on the beauty it features.
And lastly, I really like these “gone country” images as well. One of these was posted on Facebook and a comment was made that Jordan had gone country. I love it! So, in case she becomes a country star we have cover art for that as well! LOL!
Thanks for a fun session Jordan! It was great to spend some time with you, your mom and your aunt! I hope you love your images!
And, just in case you want some awesome images, like Jordan ( or if you are needing cover art for your latest album!) just visit my Facebook page and let me know. I’ll get right back to you and we can set it up. It wouldn’t be fair of me to not tell you one more thing. From now until May 15th, you can save $50 on a senior session. The best part? You don’t have to hold your session by May 15th. You just have to book it ( complete session forms and pay session fee) by then. So, if you are a rising senior and are planning on getting your portraits done this summer or fall, go ahead and book your session now and save yourself some money!