Only weeks before she’s thrust into the exciting world of college, new friends, and a move to MUCH cooler weather in the state of Washington, Jade took a couple of hours to have photos taken to document this momentous time in her life.
She’s graduating in a few weeks and will be off on an incredible adventure to study Marine Biology in Washington while her sweet mom, Tina and her dad are also on the brink of their own incredible adventure with a big move to Sunny San Diego!
I used to live in San Diego and just miss it so much! I love my time there and hope to maybe end up their again someday. Even if it’s just to visit but I miss the parks, libraries, and Mexican food!
Now, as I look into becoming a St. Helena Island senior photographer, it seems that we’re all on different adventures!
This session was so much fun because Jade is one of the sweetest people ever and was up for anything! After talking with her on the phone, she know one thing for sure….she wanted to have her photos taken at the Ho’omaluhia Botanical Garden.
Well for those of you familiar with that part of the island, you know that the weather is unpredictable but the mountains are beautiful!
I text her about 30 minutes before her session to let her know that it was drizzling but I still felt confident that we could make some beautiful photos if she was up for it! She text back promptly with a, “yes, I am up for it :)” and I knew it was going to be amazing! There’s nothing better than client trust to ensure gorgeous photos and these definitely lived up to that.
It was sprinkling a little bit at the very beginning of the session and by the time we were all set up and ready to go, like some kind of miracle, the weather was PERFECT! Well, photography perfect which means: overcast with tons of clouds to soften the light! 🙂
Thanks for trusting me with your Senior photos! I’m so happy that we met and i’ll always remember how excited you were every time that I showed you the back of the camera so you could see how awesome the photos were coming out! I love and appreciate how open you were to going barefoot in the grassy area even if it was muddy from the rain, those photos just came out so beautiful!
I’m really happy and excited for you to start on your new journey in college and can’t believe how sweet and fun you are! Your parents have done such a good job raising an incredible young woman and I might have to call them for advice when my daughter gets older!
So, even if we had to wash the mud off of our feet, it was amazing to work with you, meet your mom, and take your photos! Good luck with your move and remember, you are incredible and you will do great things!