My favorite part about booking Nebraska senior portrait sessions is getting to meet teenagers from all over the state. While I absolutely enjoy working close to home, I really enjoy getting to go out and shoot high school seniors from different schools even more. Noah attends Ashland-Greenwood High School near Ashland, Nebraska and doing his senior pictures was an experience I thoroughly enjoyed!
Noah is a high school senior who is attending Ashland-Greenwood High School here in Nebraska. When getting to know him he mentioned he spends a good portion of his time out on the race track. So while planning his session we of course to choose to include his very own race car. And of course, like most senior guys taking pictures with race cars, the focus was on the car. 😉 We talked a lot about racing, the amount of time he puts into working on his car. I enjoyed hearing him talk about how much he knew about racing. In all honestly, totally impressed that he puts so much compassion into something he loves doing.
After we took those pictures with his race car we buzzed over to Memphis State Park. I never get out to that area so it was nice to see some of the great parks here in Nebraska. The Ashland-Greenwood senior’s have it made with so many cool and unique locations to shoot their senior picture’s at! The park was filled with grassy areas, lots of trees, of course the beautiful lake and even a dock to take pictures on!! There’s a bridge just west of the park where Noah’s mom grew up so we of course made one last stop to snap a few shots there. Noah was a trooper and stuck it out the entire senior session. He really just wanted pictures with his race car. But ultimately, we ended up giving him some senior pics he’ll always appreciate.
If you’re an Ashland-Greenwood senior we’d love to meet you and create some magical senior pictures for you! Shoot us a message and let’s start planning something beautiful for you!
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