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After spending several years behind the camera and working as a photographer, I have several favorites from my portrait portfolio. Since I’ve recently begun doing some hobby work as a photographer again, I really wanted to share some of my old favorite portrait sessions and get feedback on them from my viewers. I wondered what my top sessions were in the opinions of others and, because high school senior portrait photography is a primary specialty which I hope to return to, I set out to see if I could discover what your top voted senior session was. (I have another blog for my photography work. It’s at this link: Andrea Hurley Photography
I’ve been doing a lot of web analytics on the blog and my Pinterest account and I have discovered that my viewers definitely do already have a few favorites when it comes to my portrait work. In fact, one of my portrait pins has been reshared more than anything else I ever pinned. I would have guessed it might have been a portrait from a toddler or newborn session, but I’d have guessed wrong! My overall top image was from a themed high school senior session which featured America’s favorite pastime: Softball!
The session featured a local Eastern Ky. Senior named Alyssa who was straight up stunning when photographed in the summer of 2017. She was one of the last Seniors I captured before my work hiatus. The Pinterest pin from the images below has an average of 25,000 views a month and gets more daily saves than anything else I’ve ever pinned. Thanks to Alyssa for allowing me the honor of taking her Senior Photos!
Here are just a few other beautiful portraits from Alyssa’s portrait session.
I have had lots of photographers let me know these photos inspired them or their clients for sessions of their own. If you’re one of the people who used these photos as inspiration for your own session, I’d love to hear from you and get the details for how it went. Drop me a link to your softball or senior session in the comments.
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