10 Ways to Get Pinterest Picture Love for Senior Portraits

Saturday, October 4, 2014



My Top Ten most popular Senior picture blogs on Pinterest to help you plan for your 2015 or 2016 Senior portraits.

Click on the letters in Orange to see more photos and ideas from that blog!




 1. Have a point of view... Alex wanted Country Senior Pictures and that is how she styled this Highland Village Senior's Session.  Her blog has over 31,000 pins.  It boggles my mind!





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2. Show something real!  Allison's shot of trying to balance on this blog has been pinned thousands of times.  In fact, this Flower Mound Senior Picture Session has over 23,000 pins.







3. Glam it up!  Do your make-up and hair, and bring your powder and lip gloss.  Plan your outfits around your figure.  Beautiful Beautiful Colleyville Senior Katelyn has had over 15,000 pins for her Photo Session.  It doesn't hurt that she is a dancer and knows how to pose!








 4. Be part of a "How To."  I really have many more clicks and reads than I do pins of this blog because it is about 7 Things You Need to Know about Pictures for Sorority Recruitment, but you can guess that Emily and Riley just have such engaging expressions that their photos keep getting pinned.








5.  Be feminine or masculine.  Gender specific posing is best for Senior Pictures.  I learned about feminine and masculine posing in Photography class, but it is really just about common sense.  You can see why Gabby and Max have so many pins.  But if you want to see a Huge variety of Seniors and Poses and clothes
just click on those words!










6. Show off your activities!  This blog just includes girls, but my football and track guys have a bazillion pins as well.  I'm including three Sports in Senior Pictures. 

They have over 7,000 pins and come up high on clicks and reads each month as well.









7. Think about Posing and Colors.  Hannah's hair and clothes match the Fall setting beautifully in the top photo and are timeless so will look great in her parents' home for years to come, and she nailed the pose, complete with a sparkle in the eyes in the bottom pose.  Her photos have been pinned15,000 times!










8. Be original!  And be brave!  This Southlake Senior Dancer
was up for anything.  From lying on a grimy floor laughing at the fact she would rather check her phone than read, to becoming a fairy in Dress up clothes to make her session unique!








9.  Exude Joy and a love of life!  Kasen has an infectious excitement bubbling up from deep inside her and it is contagious!  It comes through when she is smiling and when she's not.  That intangible quality communicates in photos, and is not easily faked, so a genuine "Joie de vivre" goes a long way.  For this Flower Mound Senior  it means 10,000 pins and growing!










10.  Be Gorgeous.  LOL!  We all know it's true, but people like to look at pretty, and these three Sisters are PRETTY!  Never mind that they are in the Navy, Air Force and Army and I know for a fact that Martha on the left can beat you senseless with her kickboxing.  They are just super pretty and people pin them!











Bonus:  Wear Bright Colors.  Of course, these Coppell Senior Pictures are beautiful because the model, Layne, is beautiful, but we put her in my red skirt and headband, and her Audrey Hepburn beauty pops on the page.  









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2 comments :

  1. Do you have any ideas for senior guys? I love your work!!

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    1. Thank you! Guys need to look cool and laid-back unless they're hyper. I like them laughing, but not a ton of smiling ones. Props are good. Give them something to do with their hands. :)

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