Tatum is such a well-rounded high school senior! She is one of the many reasons I enjoy being a senior portrait photographer! We had such a fun time during her first session and I think the image below really captures just how much! I love it when I can capture an authentic smile on the faces of my senior clients. Below, Tatum is authentically smiling and that makes me smile. Isn’t she gorgeous?!
Tatum admits that she loves to try new things and step out of her comfort zone. She loves being around people and strives to become a better person each and every day. Tatum is looking forward to adding to her high school memories by constantly setting and achieving new goals. From what I gather she is also an outstanding athlete, but gave up competitive sporting to concentrate on FFA where she is very active. Tatum has collected the AG Sales Top 10 in Texas and AG Sales Top 10 Individual Area X awards since 2013. That’s four consecutive years! She also has a 2012 Green Hand Chapter Conducting Area X and a 2013 Senior Chapter Conducting Area X Qualifer award under her belt. In addition, she has claimed an FFA Texas Lonestar Degree and Level 1 Floral Certification.
Academically, Tatum maintains a 3.9 GPA and is ranked in the top 12% of her graduating class of 208 students. She is a three-year member of the National Honor Society and has scooped up the Superintendent’s Award the last two years. Tatum is still in high school, but has already completed 21 dual credit hours. She is getting stuff done, people!
Tatum’s senior portraits turned out so well! She was a total natural in front of my camera! After all, this is all about having fun. So that is just what we did. We had fun. We laughed and carried on like a bunch of school girls—even though I’ve been out of school for a just a few years. <wink>
Fun Senior Portraits
On a side note, Tatum is my first ever senior rep. If you’re a local high school senior who is considering having your senior portraits taken by me, talk to Tatum. She can tell you how my pre-session process works, how I prepare you for your session and what to expect during your session. She can probably answer any question you may have about my services. Best of all, she can explain how you can save up to $150 on your Ata-Girl experience.
If you’d like to see all the images from this portrait session, please enjoy this video from Tatum’s San Antonio senior portrait session.
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