How to Personalize Your Senior Session

Your senior session is all about YOU! We want to make sure that we really show off your personality and make your photos unique to you. Now is the time to start planning your session so we can fully showcase you during your photo shoot. Think about your routine – where you like to go, what you like to do, etc. We want to get to know you through your photos. We’d love for you to take a list of your hobbies and extra-curricular activities and send them over to us so we can help you prepare your perfect session.

Below are some ideas of things you might want to incorporate in your session. These are just suggestions to get your brainstorming started:

  • Sports

  • Art/Theatre

  • Music

  • Favorite movie or book

  • Your job or the career you’re planning on going into

  • Your car

  • Your school

  • Your future college

  • Your pet

  • Your BFF

  • And don’t forget about your favorite hang out – whether it be a coffee shop, park, football field, book store, etc. We can try to add this location to your session.

Alyssa incorporated basketball into her shoot because that was her biggest passion in high school.

Alyssa incorporated basketball into her shoot because that was her biggest passion in high school.

Best friends Hailie and Sean had their senior shoots together on the same day so they could pose for a few pictures.

Best friends Hailie and Sean had their senior shoots together on the same day so they could pose for a few pictures.

How Long of a Senior Portrait Session do I need?

Not sure how much time you need for your custom senior session? You’ve come to the right place! We’re here to help you figure out the perfect length for your photo shoot. We currently offer three slots:

  • 30 minutes: This half hour session is great if you just need some basic photos to document you during your senior year. You will be allowed one outfit and one location for this session. We can do a variety of poses and headshots in this time and we’ll still get some awesome photos!

  • 1 to 1.5 hours: This session will allow us some more time to get creative. We can add in another location and up to two additional outfits. This is our most popular option.

  • 2 to 2.5 hours: This is the ultimate senior session. It allows for up to four outfit changes, three location changes, and you’ll have time for hairstyle changes and adding in pets or friends.

If you have any questions about which session you should choose, feel free to contact us at zamphotographytx@gmail.com

kaleigh senior portrait downtown houston

Sean Senior Portrait Session

What an exciting time to be a senior in high school. Graduation is a wonderful time of the year. I’ve had the pleasure of teaching Sean for the past three years. He’s been a great student and a great friend to all of his classmates. He will definitely be missed. Congrats Sean, Class of 2019, from Hargrave High School.

Michelle and Ben Engagement

Congratulations to Ben and Michelle who are engaged and are getting married in Februrary 2020. For their engagement session they wanted a small town feel and chose downtown Conroe, Texas for their engagement session. They are a very relaxed and fun couple. We definitely had a great time during our shoot together. I can’t wait for their wedding!

Hailie Senior Portrait Session

What a beautiful senior portrait session for this class of 2019 graduate from Hargrave High School. Hailie is one of my former students for the past three years. It’s been so cool to watch her grow these past few years. Hailie chose this beautiful location at Mercer Botanical Gardens near Humble, Texas. The garden is beautiful with lots of shade, color and different backgrounds. My personal favorite is the bamboo garden. I love that spot!

Vanessa and Eduardo Engagement

Congratulations is in order to this cute and happy couple. Vanessa and Eduardo are set to tie the knot in November 2019. But first, an engagement session in beautiful buffalo bayou park in Houston, Texas. The sabine street bridge is an excellent spot to get some awesome urban backgrounds of downtown Houston. There is plenty of greenery around the park for nice spots too.