Last month, I made a trip to Seattle where I had a whirlwind weekend of photo sessions.  I had a friend ask how many people she would need to get together in order to make it worth travelling to Seattle for some photo sessions.  I told her 4 seniors +her senior.  She called me 36 hours later…  done…  I was booked.  And that didn’t count the 5 families that I also booked.  10 sessions in 48 hours WAS a little crazy but awesome.  Four of the seniors that we booked are friends.  All four are swimmers and all four are Eagle Scouts.  These guys are just a little bit impressive.  In scheduling these guys it was a little complex.  We are talking Seattle…  In November…  Daylight is very limited.  Trying to coordinate travel time to shooting locations plus shooting time was getting a little crazy until we decided to group all four boys together.  All four guys had their senior session together.  We shot a Friends Senior Session.  We even did an added bonus of taking some pool shots (remember all 4 were swim team and 2 actually work at the pool) after the pool closed the night before.

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The next day we shot at two different locations.  The drawback to shooting 4 guys at once is it was hard to be original with each pose and background, but the benefit is that you get some great shots with your friends.

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After shooting at Renton’s Coulon Park on Lake Washington, we went to another one of my favorite locations – Maplewood Park.  It was there that we got these fun shots.

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It was a great afternoon.  We were quite the sight.  Four handsome guys, 1 girl friend, 1 dad, 3 moms and 1 photographer.  There was a lot of shoe swapping (Always important to remember picking the right shoes when planning your outfit!), snacking and even a shirt swap.  I also have to mention the miracles of miracles…  the 100% chance of rain that was predicted, somehow cleared up and it was dry with a couple of peeks of the sun.  Perfect afternoon!


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