We love to work with our surrounding seniors.  Every senior portrait session is unique but it's always fun.  We like to be inspired.  We like to consult with you through email, phone, text, or in person prior to your photo session to get to know you and start the artistic process.  We are always looking for something different that no one else has that tells your story. 

Your senior photo session will be at your favorite spot.  Don't forget about your hobbies and interests both in and out of school.  The more you put forth, the better your images will be.  Bring long your class ring, letter jacket, uniforms, etc.  If you would like black and white images, be sure to bring clothing that is black, white, or high contrast.  Change outfits as often as you want! Solids make for better senior portraits.  Choose items with good color, texture(ie. knits, ruffles, denim), and accessories.s  Please feel free to make suggestions about clothing selections, poses and locations.  If there is a particular look you would like to imitate, bring it along.

 

All sessions include a 2 hour senior portrait session with your choice of surrounding locations and unlimited clothing changes.  You will be able to view your proofs in a private online gallery along with a sneak peek on Facebook.  We want to provide you with the best experience and a meeting is recommended a few weeks before the scheduled shoot.

Illustrative Depictions Photography offers a full line of print styles & fine art custom products.  Custom designed invitations, announcements & holiday cards are also available.

2018 Senior Ambassadors Wanted!

Illustrative Depictions Photography is looking for this year's high school juniors to become the next Ambassadors for the class of 2018.  Get customized senior pictures first and show them off to all your friends.

Looking for FUN juniors who are active, social, and have a great sense of style.  It doesn't matter what that style is, as long as you rock it.

For application, please send request using our contact form, Subject: "Ambassador 2018"