Ahhh senior year - bottom of the 9th and you are READY to graduate! If you spent a lot of your high school career on the ball field, this is the best place to start your senior pictures! Although it is FULL SUN, there is so much character on your high school field that it shouldn't be overlooked. I highly recommend choosing a time of day when the sun won't be in your eyes while you are trying to smile, though, or preferably toward the end of the day when the sun isn't so bright.
Creative Baseball Senior Pictures in the Outfield
The outfield is one of my favorite places on the field. You have a great, wide view of the entire diamond, the stands, the dugout, and the fence line. We headed out with a ball and a glove for a few poses in his baseball uniform.
This pose below was actually his idea and his signature move! I love to incorporate anything that seniors come up with because that tends to showcase personality, which is kind of the whole point. I also enjoy taking shots that include some type of action.
Pictures in the Dugout
This may not be the first place you think to take senior pictures because it isn't where the action takes place. BUT, while the game itself doesn't happen there, the memories sure do! Hanging out with your teammates cheering on the game and waiting for your turn on the field... plenty happens there.
Pictures on the Bench
Much like the dugout, memories are made on the bench! Only seems fitting to take a few shots there as well. I like the field in the background, too.
Senior Pictures with a Baseball Bat
Last but not least, no baseball senior portrait session would be complete without a few photos with your bat! Whether it is a traditional pose, an action shot, or something more casual, it brings the photos to life with a little something extra when you hold a bat.
Let's make your senior session a home run! (Promise it will be better than that joke!). If you are looking for an experience that is fully customized for you, let's chat. Just looking for inspiration for now on an athletic session? We've got you covered!