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Does anyone remember senior pictures in the early 2000’s? Let me remind you: it was very prop-heavy. If you weren’t sitting on a giant, white number block of your graduating year, you were at least leaning against it. If you said you loved basketball, you’d better mean it because your senior pictures would then include basketballs on the background, basketballs of several sizes sitting on the floor, and, if you were lucky, you would be holding a basketball that would be photoshopped to be on fire. Thankfully, things have come a long way.

Let’s let Lexi show us how to properly and seamlessly incorporate a prop into a senior session. First of all: let the prop be not a prop at all! Lexi has been playing her violin for years and years. It’s not something she just bought on the way and will only use for pictures. It’s special to her and it has meaning. And, hopefully, years from now when she looks back on these images, she will still be playing the same violin.

Secondly, be as beautiful as Lexi. That’s really all you need to do! ...I say that like it’s easy. This girl is ravishing. Her competition, long dark hair, picture perfect eyebrows, and sweetly innocent smile are crazy easy to photograph.

I had the best time looking through your images. Every pose made me smile. I had an even better time getting to know you more. I know it may seem like it’s lightyears away, but graduation will be here before you know it. Try and enjoy your senior year as much as you can and thank you for letting me be a part of it.

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