When should we book our Seniors session:

Once your senior year begins,it goes FAST. So many important things to turn in and cross off your list, college applications, finals, homecoming, prom. The BEST time to book your Senior session is the end of Junior year or summer/fall of the start of your Senior year.


Where are Senior sessions located:

Senior sessions are unique and amazing because the location helps us tell your story! Really, your Senior session could be anywhere. If you live in South Bend, your session location will be within 20 minutes of town. However, if you live elsewhere and are interested in booking a session with us, simply contact us and we will choose an amazing location to tell the story of YOU.


In hiring us your session will be unique. The perk of hiring an experienced professional photographer is the opportunity to shoot in locations not open to the public and not shared with other photographers, but we can certainly go to public areas. 


How long is your Senior Session:

You can expect your Senior session to run 1-2.5 hours. I take a high fashion approach to High School Seniors, so NO silly posing or awkward stances…I promise. We move through several locations/wardrobe changes to create a beautiful session that captures who you are in this amazing season of life.


When will your session be ready to view and order:

About 1-2 weeks after your session, I will contact you to schedule your in person ordering session.  Once full payment is received your prints and canvases will be ordered; they can take 1-2 weeks for delivery and 2-3 weeks for canvas, books or albums.


When booking a session with Weeping Willow Photography you are agreeing to a model release, in case your session is featured in a magazine or on the internet. You are also agreeing to the images from your session to be used for marketing use.

If you wish not to be featured, that is perfectly fine too. Please notify me prior to you session if you wish for your session NOT to be featured in this way.

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