As the winter chill fades away and the flowers start to bloom, spring is the perfect time to schedule a senior portrait session in Kentucky. Not only does the scenery provide a stunning backdrop, but there are also several other reasons why spring is an ideal time to take your senior portraits.
1. It’s not too hot and it’s not too cold. Seriously, the weather is wonderful!! Spring weather in Kentucky is perfect for outdoor photo sessions. The days are longer, the sun is warmer, and the weather is usually mild. This makes for a comfortable and enjoyable photoshoot experience.
2. Kentucky is known for its beautiful natural scenery, and springtime in Kentucky is no exception. The trees are budding, and the flowers are blooming, creating the perfect backdrop for your senior portraits. With a variety of locations to choose from, including parks, gardens, and historic landmarks, you are sure to find the perfect spot for your shoot.
3. Booking early means less stress (especially with yearbook deadlines) and you get to enjoy your images longer. The end of the school year, and summer can get super busy for families, and photographers. Booking a senior portrait session in the spring means you will have more flexibility when it comes to scheduling your shoot.
We recommend booking your spring senior session as early as possible! I have seniors who book over a year in advance to ensure they get the perfect spring senior session date!
If you are ready to take the next step, book a consult now. This will be a quick zoom call to make sure we are a good fit to work together.
We’ll go over all the details about our custom senior sessions, and hopefully by the end of our time together you will have a date on our calendar for your senior pictures here in Henderson, KY!
We work with high school seniors from all of the surrounding areas: Evansville IN, Henderson KY, Webster County, Gibson County, Posey County, Vanderburgh County, Warrick County, and many more!
Planning ahead can help your senior be stress free! Check out some of our additional planning blogs here: