It’s spring and this year’s San Antonio senior class is getting so close to the finish line! You have your cap and gown and you’re making plans for graduation.
If you’re a 2023 San Antonio high school or college senior and you haven’t yet gotten any senior pictures done – or you did early on but really want a few more pictures with that hard-earned cap and gown – I’ve got you covered! Graduation is such a momentous occasion. It definitely deserves to be commemorated with some beautiful and timeless photographs. But you don’t really need 50 pictures in your cap and gown – just a couple great ones.
I’m excited to offer San Antonio Cap and Gown Mini Sessions for seniors this year! This is a great way for you to capture this exciting milestone. I have a beautiful and classic San Antonio location with a bathroom, easy parking, and plenty of neutral background options that will work with any school colors. Mini sessions will take place at the location pictured above.
I’ll prep you before our session day so you are all ready to go and know just what to expect. I’m pretty efficient and can get a lot of variety in just 10 minutes, so I’ll be able to provide you a good variety of images of you in your graduation attire. These sessions are ideal for those who want to get a few great Cap and Gown pictures without committing to a full graduation photo shoot. I’m happy to include pictures of the senior with parents or any other significant person. Whatever you want in your 10 minutes!
I will send a personal gallery of all your watermarked images about a week after your session. You’ll get your choice of three high resolution digital downloads that you’ll be able to print and share as you please. If you want more than three, they’ll be available for purchase separately.
If you missed Cap & Gown pictures, you can still get on the calendar for family pictures and summer is a great time to do them. If you’re researching for next year’s seniors, don’t wait to reach out!
You may be interested in seeing a few more examples of senior pictures in these posts: