Raven’s Senior Photography at Home

It’s Raven’s turn!

We photographed Raven’s big brother Julian when he was about to graduate in early 2009 and that is when we first met Miss Raven.  She was a beauty then but now, she is quite stunning!

We started by photographing Raven casually around her home and backyard in a few favorite outfits.

Senior portraits at home Dallas Ft. Worth

Comfortable by Carpe Vita Photography

Senior portraits at home

Stylin' by Carpe Vita Photography

Then we added in the family’s puppy who has as much personality as Miss Raven so it was a contest to have them show off their diva-ness.

Senior Portraits with Pets Dallas Ft. Worth

Dos Divas by Carpe Vita Photography

Senior photos on location Dallas Ft. Worth

Truly Texan by Carpe Vita Photography

Fun Senior Pictures Dallas Ft. Worth

Fun Senior Moments by Carpe Vita Photography

We like to keep our Cap and Gown photography more relaxed and casual like today’s seniors really are.

Fun Cap and gown photography

Relaxed Cap and Gown by Carpe Vita Photography

True Personality Senior photography

All Personality by Carpe Vita Photography

Then we photographed Raven in a beautiful formal gown that we’ll be wearing for her school’s Jazz presentations for when schools from across the United States come scouting for their next undergrads.  Raven attends THE arts school in Dallas to be recognized and she hopes to study how music therapy can assist students K-12 with learning disabilities to better communicate.

Fun formal Senior photos on location

Stunning by Carpe Vita Photography

Senior portraits with piano

Artistic Impression by Carpe Vita Photography

And then we had to get a few photos of Raven with her mom.  Her dad was busy with honey-dos and pet patrol so he begged out of being photographed with his beautiful daughter on this occasion.

Mother Daughter photos Dallas Ft. Worth

Like Mother, Like Daughter by Carpe Vita Photography

Two lovely ladies who made an afternoon of photography very pleasant.  Congratulations Raven, we can’t wait to say, “We remember her when…”.

 

 

 

 

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