The Capati Family got everyone together and had me over to their home to photograph them. What a great looking Family!
Then the cousins arrived. Check out the group of 42. The more the merrier!
You can have great photographs of your Family, like the ones you see here. Call us and together we will make plans to create some just for you.
Paige is one BEAUTIFUL young lady!
She chose our finest session, complete with makeup and hair styling here in our studio.
Quite stylish and fashion conscious, Paige brought in about 20 outfits altogether. We all had a great time putting many combinations together and photographing lots of different looks!
Thank you for choosing us for your Senior Portraits, Paige. Glad to know that you love them and think we did a great job! We hope college will be some of the best times of your life. You are a winner and we are delighted to know you.
While our makeup and in studio hairstyling session is perfect for Senior Portraits, it is ideal for ladies from 8 to 80. We especially recommend it for Sisters, Mother/Daughter and Generation Portraits. Get them together for Mothers’ Day, a Birthday or ‘just because’ you love someone.
Bring out ALL your Beauty!
For her birthday, this lovely grandmother asked to celebrate with her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren in a Family Portrait.
Together we planned their photography session outdoors at a picturesque park. What a good looking group to arrange with so many combinations, from two different states, no less.
The more the merrier!
What do grandparents really want for Birthdays, Anniversaries, Christmas or Holidays???
GRANDCHILDREN in a fine Family Portrait!
Get them together. We will help keep them together.
Before having his Senior Portraits taken, Chuck stopped by the studio for our suggested planning session and put it to good use. He had his session held at a stunning 1898 Victorian Mansion that offered a plethora of places in which to photograph.
As you can see in the portraits, Chuck is a starting letterman on the Lexington Basketball team and the Track team. Chuck excels in Math, and the many award medals draped around his neck were from Math team competitions. After graduating, Chuck will be attending the University of Alabama with plans to major in Math. Since it does not snow in Alabama, we had to get some outside in the snow while wearing a University of Alabama outfit, just so he could show everyone there what snow in Illinois looks like!
It was a great to meet you and to photograph your Senior Portraits, Chuck. Best of success to you in college.
Years ago, June used to be the most popular month for weddings, and Anna and Collin’s June wedding was a reminder why. What a perfect day to get married. The day was bright and sunny, warm but not too hot.
The stately New England style Christ Church in Normal Illinois was their ceremony location. Most notable at this wedding was the family love that was prevalent among everyone involved. There seemed to be no in-laws, only brothers and sisters. Everyone made it so enjoyable to be photographers for this beautiful wedding.
While many weddings have flower girls and ring bearers, Anna and Collin made it known that children were welcome and wanted at their wedding. When a baby began crying during the ceremony, Pastor Bob, Anna and Collin all smiled and accepted it in stride, then all the guests did as well. It was not an interruption. Instead, it was like an ice breaker that helped everyone relax. With Pastor Bob’s lead, it was warm and touching.
After stopping for some outdoor photography on this ideal day, a reception followed at the Miller Park Pavilion in Bloomington Illinois, a great location for weddings with huge windows on three sides to let in an abundance of daylight, great for photography. We have had the pleasure of photographing numerous Weddings, Proms and Homecoming Dances at Miller Park Pavilion, and hope to photograph more events there in the future. Nelson’s Catering of Springfield Illinois made it a superb wedding reception and served a delicious meal.
June weddings are back.
When Nathan’s dad called to make an appointment for Senior Pictures, it became obvious that he is very pleased with his son. Nathan has quite a list of achievements that would make any parent proud.
Nathan and his dad have some great times golfing together. Nathan was co-captain of the BHS golf team, lettering both in tennis and golf, and received the good sportsmanship award. He made the All State 3rd team in doubles tennis. Nathan was awarded a Big 12 Scholar Athlete, played in the BHS Band for two years, and was a sound tech at his church.
In academic achievements, Nathan was a member of National Honor Society. Math is his favorite subject, and he has taken classes in Algebra, Calculus, Geometry, and Statistics. Now he is pursuing college with the goal of a degree in Actuary Science.
Nathan came in for our In Studio Senior Portrait Session, for which we have been known for many years. It was most enjoyable to photograph Senior Portraits for such an outstanding young man.
Amber had lots of fun when she came in for her Senior Portraits. To start with, her date was right after that horrendous heat wave, and we had an absolutely beautiful day. Very well prepared, Amber arrived with a plethora of outfits, and had a great time changing into so many for her Senior Portraits. Seniors love our unlimited number of outfits, and we photographed Amber in at least 10 or 12 different looks.
Our studio dressing room made this all so easy, so we began in the studio. We started with her Prom dress, in which Amber looked absolutely stunning. She looked so gorgeous, it was difficult to stop photographing. After she changed into her Clinton Maroons Track uniform, this girl was all business. Amber is a 3 sport athlete at Clinton High School, participating on the Track, Basketball and Cross Country teams. After photography in her team jerseys and uniforms, Amber tried two or three casual outfits in the studio.
Next, we headed to the park for some outdoor portraits on our beautiful sunny day. Amber was prepared, with several outfits picked out especially for the outdoors, along with the various shoes, accessories and of course her shades.
After the park we went downtown for some casual portraits by some funky old alleys and store fronts and the old courthouse. We both had fun picking out cool places for backgrounds, and we are glad Amber had more outfits to add even more variety to her Senior Portrait Sessions.
Hope you are happy with how we captured you, Amber, and hope your Senior year is fabulous. Here are a few of our favorites: