It’s that time of year high school oldies, senior photos! It can be hard to come up with original ideas for pictures or poses unless you have a competent photographer. We’ve compiled a list of ideas for you so that you can make the most of your photoshoot.
This will be your favorite if you’re a fan of Disney’s Up. Blow up a bouquet of different colored balloons and snap some photo of you holding them. You can jump up with them and it will look like you’re flying away towards your future. Pull a Mia Thermopolis from Princess Diaries and pop one leg or simply sit cross-legged with them bunched up next to you.
I’m not saying write out your phone number and take a picture of it. That could get weird. Grab some wooden letters or those big block ones, paint them, make them all cutesy and have fun with them! Lay them out next you, try to hold all them in your arms, hang them from a tree. It makes it easier for the forgetful family members to remember your graduation date.
This can be your human best friends or your pet best friend. It’s a great way to capture your friendship and to remember your senior year together. Hold hands and skip down the road or jumping on a trampoline. Another favorite is laying on your back, legs in the air with you hair falling off the side of the bed.
This is one you could do with your best friend or alone. Buy some confetti, preferably all different colors for a better effect, take a handful, and blow them out of your hands. It will be Pinterest worthy!
First grade photo
This will probably by your mom’s favorite photo because she probably took your first grade photo. Blow up your first ever school picture, if it isn’t already, hold it in your hands stretched out in front of you. It’s a great way to compare first and last year of school!
If you are pursuing an education at a university that has a mascot, try to get some photos with it! It will get you in the spirit of going to college, if you’re not already excited, and make you the coolest cat around.
I’m not talking about sports. Reading, shopping, movies, baking, running, and more are all great activities to have represented in photos. Get an action shot of you running, pile up some books behind up and lean against them. There’s multiple ways to portray your favorite activities. But of course if you play sports and that’s your hobby then by all means, take a photo.
What are some of your creative senior photo ideas?