Monday, September 21, 2009

Alex - High School Senior!!

I met Alex last weekend to start our adventure together. We drove up and down Central looking for some interesting back drops for her senior photo session. We were going for an urban theme, and Alex was up for anything... my kind of girl! I had so much fun hanging with her!

Alex is so pretty and the camera loves her! Just look at her gorgeous brown eyes! I had such a hard time narrowing down the photos for this sneak peek. There were way too many good ones to choose from.

Having a little fun with some water...

Alex is a singer, and we wanted to incorporate her passion somehow in her photos. I borrowed some microphones from my boyfriend so we could use them as props. I have not heard Alex sing yet, but I hear she is amazing. She is in her high school choir and has performed at Carnegie Hall. How cool is that?!!

I love black and white photography, and the below photos are some of my favorites from the session.

I also love bright, vivid colors... and we found plenty during our photo session.

Alex.. you're awesome girl!! I hope you like your sneak peek!!


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Hello. My name is Danielle Daigle. I am a photographer in the Phoenix area. I love taking pictures and capturing those special moments in life. I consider myself a lifestyle photographer, because I want to capture what's important to you in your life... think "documentary meets fine art"!

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