High school senior portraits taken in warwick ri some in studio som on location all senior sessions in Bailey fox' s portrait studio include some indoor and some outdoor photos. bailey is thrilled to offer a wide range of backdrops and props to compliment any senior. Bailey's senior sessions include so much more than just the yearbook required photo. Ensure that your senior session shows your personality as well as your style. Bailey will work with you to capture the spirit of your sr.
I am so honored to be selected to capture these children’s first portraits. This family was such a pleasure to work with and to hear all about their past travels. This little guy I bet will rack up his frequent flyer miles pretty quickly. Newborn photography is my specialty and it truly is what my studio focus’s on. While I love photographing older kids there is something truly special about being part of a new family’s first family portraits.
High school senior portraits are a right of passage, a tradition that wraps up your years as a child and keeps the memories for your parents of your last year of high school. For some will choose to stay home and commute to school, some will travel and more far from home, some will move out and start employment in the ‘real world’ . After this year your and your parent’s lives will be completely different.
Taking that first step into adulthood. Senior portraits take place the spring and summer before your senior year.
Here at Bailey Fox photography we believe everyone’s portraits should reflect the individual they are at this time. Moments for your mothers to cherish and you to enjoy looking back on some day.
**Selfie With the ribbon... Maybe I'll scan it please excuse the bad cell phone image!**
So excited to announce that one of my images earned the distinguished image ribbon at the Spring PPLA image competition. I am an out of state member of Professional Photographers of Louisiana. I was enticed by their southern hospitality and enthusiastic love for the craft. not to mention the summer convention which is held in the French Quarter in New Orleans every year.
I also earned another image as deserving of a merit and 4 others were scored "above average". This is the first year that I am taking image competition seriously as I'm working toward more degree's with PPA.
My own state Competition I had 4 Images deserving of a merit and 2 rated at above average. No additional awards were given besides the scores. For PPARI .
I entered differant images in This competition as I did in PPARI between the two states and regionls I feel that I have a fairly strong collection of images to send to The International Image competition in June held by PPA.
The image that received this award is actually going to be reworked into a digital art piece and entered in the master artist category. I have a load of work cut out for me ... I have a feeling I will be up late nights for the next month working on competition images!
While I totally understand wanting digital files, in fact all of my packages include some! I also encourage you to print your images, keep them in albums and hang them on walls! You need to print them to preserve them. The digital files is only good for as long as the media its stored on is relevant.
It wasn’t long ago that we were storing things on floppy disks! Cd’s are even starting to fade out of the computer world. The rate of technologies I bet computers will all go to tablets soon as they will be able to replicate processer speed and storage!
What won’t change is our desire to hang beautiful art on our walls. I have my grandmother’s wedding portraits hanging in my living room. Will your portraits be around for your grand children to enjoy? Print them and ensure that your family’s legacy won’ t disappear with a corrupt hard drive!