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High School Senior Pictures


We had a good time doing these pictures until it really started getting cold! 🙂 The Grooms are always fun to work with! hope you like these!

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I had fun doing the Clark/Pixton family pictures a few weeks ago. It was fast and easy because they were great to work with and very entertaining, as you can tell by the pictures!
Family Pictures Taken by Utah Lake in Orem, Utah.

Family Pictures Taken by Utah Lake in Orem, Utah.

Family Pictures Taken by Utah Lake in Orem, Utah.

this one was probably my favorite picture of all the pictures we did because it was completely un-planned and unposed but turned out awesome!
Family Pictures Taken by Utah Lake in Orem, Utah.

Always, to view more of the photos you can either click on the picture to be taken to the album or visit http://www.gputah.smugmug.com


Ok so I hadn’t really done any senior pictures before. I wasn’t too worried because they are just pictures, and I am already good at taking “just” pictures 🙂 But I took the opportunity to practice with my brother in law Seth and his cousin Sam while I was out in Oklahoma this past week. Here are a few pictures from Seth’s photo shoot:
This picture was just a practice picture so Seth wasn’t really ready. But I liked how it turned out none the less 🙂
Senior pictures taken in Nowata, Ok.
Senior pictures taken in Nowata, Ok.

Senior pictures taken in Nowata, Ok.

Senior pictures taken in Nowata, Ok.

Senior pictures taken in Nowata, Ok.

Senior pictures taken in Nowata, Ok.

After seeing the pictures I had done for Sam, Seth wanted some with a sunset. So we got lucky the next day because there was a beautiful sunset perfect for pictures. It was a bit cold ( about 38 degrees) But it was worth it because the pictures turned out awesome!

Senior pictures taken in Nowata, Ok.

Senior pictures taken in Nowata, Ok.

Senior pictures taken in Nowata, Ok.

Senior pictures taken in Nowata, Ok.

Senior pictures taken in Nowata, Ok.

Senior pictures taken in Nowata, Ok.

This is the perfect picture for a country album cover 🙂
Senior pictures taken in Nowata, Ok.

Senior pictures taken in Nowata, Ok.

Senior pictures taken in Nowata, Ok.

Of course you can click on any picture to take you to my site where you can view the rest of the pictures there.

Here are some from Sam’s Photo shoot:

Sam thought this one would be best on the a movie preview:

He wanted to get a couple of silhouettes done so here is a sample:


Both of these young men were great to work with! Of course I knew Seth a little better than I know sam because he is my wifes young brother, but both were easy to photograph and the pictures turned out great!

For more pictures visit :www.gputah.smugmug.com


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Please contact me for custom pricing and needs, other wise see the À la carte price list below. I am willing to work with any budget and we can find something that will work for you! If you do not think you can afford me, contact me! I am open to fair trades and many other options!

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– Wedding coverage per hour: $175
– 2nd shooter $150 (trainee)
– 2nd Shooter $300 (professional)
– 8X8 Photobook starting at $100 (20pg)
– 11X8 Photobook $135
– 12X12 Photobook $155 (20pg)
– Bridal session (up to 2 hours) $300
– Bride & Groom Formal’s session $300 (This is for pictures of the bride and groom on a separate day other then the wedding day).
– Engagement session $300 for up to 1 hour (ask about Student discounts)
– Additional Image Disk with 5X7 size images for family and friends: $45 each
– Full Resolution Disk with Print release: $200

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Family Pictures:

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– Includes CD with 5X7 size images
– $20 Print Credit

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– Includes CD with 8X10 size images
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Senior Pictures/Portraits

In Studio- 1 hr

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– Included Disk with 5X7 size images

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-High Resolution CD w/ print rights                  $50

addt location                                                             $25

High Resolution CD w/ print rights                  $50

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“In the case of photographs, it is sometimes difficult to determine who owns the copyright and there may be little or no information about the owner on individual copies. Ownership of a “copy” of a photograph – the tangible embodiment of the “work” – is distinct from the “work” itself – the intangible intellectual property. The owner of the “work” is generally the photographer or, in certain situations, the employer of the photographer. Even if a person hires a photographer to take pictures of a wedding, for example, the photographer will own the copyright in the photographs unless the copyright in the photographs is transferred, in writing and signed by the copyright owner, to another person. The subject of the photograph generally has nothing to do with the ownership of the copyright in the photograph. If the photographer is no longer living, the rights in the photograph are determined by the photographer’s will or passed as personal property by the applicable laws of intestate succession.”

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