2010 Seniors Rule! {Schertz Senior Photography}

I know school just began today in our local school districts however many high school seniors are already thinking about their senior pictures which rocks.  It really makes things easier for photographers to have senior sessions spread throughout the school year rather than most of them squished into April & May which is normally the case.  It’s never too soon to think booking your senior session especially here in south Texas where we can shoot outside pretty much every month of the year!  This year at Brown-Eyed Girl I’ve decided to try a new program to focus specifically on seniors and motivate them to take their portraits early, it’ll be fun & interesting to see how it works.  I’ve chosen guys & gals from local high schools to represent me and my business as “Senior Reps” and their job is to help spread the word about Brown-Eyed Girl Photography.  I do their photo sessions early, provide them with cute rep cards to hand out to classmates & friends throughout the school year and then hopefully in turn those kids will book their sessions with me.  I have some awesome reps this year and I know they’ll do the best they can.  The first senior rep session I did was with Codie.  He goes to my church and is an awesome role model and wonderful Christian young man, the kids at our church adore him, so I was proud to be able to shoot his senior pictures for him. 






Thank you Codie, you rocked it.

  • Tracy - Those look great Jana! I love the close-up of his ring.

  • Michele Flournoy - omg…those are sooooo GREAT! that one of the ring is soooo cool! i cant wait til you can do dakotas pics! next year!! wooohooo!!!
    Great job jana! you ROCK!!

  • Lori Roberts - Cool pictures!!!! I also love the pictures of Meridith and Waylan!!! Awsome!!!!
    Love ya, Lori

  • Kristin - Those are beyond fantastic! It makes me want to be a senior again……well almost!

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