DG Photography | Justin | 2016 Senior

Justin | 2016 Senior

December 29, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

Can we just take a moment to appreciate how docile Ohio's winter weather has been this year?!  I'm a fan.  I know we didn't get a white Christmas, but I'm more than okay with that when we get the occasional sixty degree day in December. *cue angels singing*  I'm sure the snow will show up eventually, so I'm enjoying this while it lasts! ;)


Today on the blog are Justin's senior photos!  Over the last few years, I've had the privilege of photographing Justin's older brothers' senior photos when they graduated, so when Mary (his mother) called to schedule Justin's session, I was delighted.  

Justin was loads of fun to have in front of my camera.  He has an easy smile, a fun personality, and there is an air of genuine kindness about him.  All of these factors made for a brilliant afternoon of photographing this mile marker in his life.

Justin carries himself with confidence and ease.  I love the photo above because his comfortable confidence feels tangible.

Justin and his sweet mother at the session!  (It's tradition to get a photo of her with graduating son!) 

So fun to spend the afternoon with you guys!  Justin, congrats on your final year of high school! 


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