While we do not do ‘school’ photography – we will do your grad photo in our studio. Whether you’re graduating from High School, University or College – we can provide a great grad photo for those who have not been able to make use or would rather not use the school photography as provided. Our sessions tend to be a little longer than can be done in a school session and we provide a range of images and poses so you get a superior portrait. We do have a range of sizes of Caps and Gowns for grad photos, (Please note we do not carry the Sashes or Hoods. You may be able to borrow that from your school but that is up to you.)
Senior Photography (High School Grad Portrait Sessions)
High School Graduation is a time to celebrate the change from youth to adulthood – a growing trend is to mark this special time with a portrait session specifically designed for the graduate. These sessions involve clothing changes, showing their interests and most importantly – showing their personality.
We custom tailor the sessions to help create memorable keepsakes of this important time in a graduates life – something that previous generations didn’t have the chance to do in Canada, but is becoming more and more popular across the co
For Schools Grad Ceremony Photography and Dinner/Dance Photography
Senior Model program for Grade 11 and 12 students
This could be your chance to try out modelling – we’re looking to create a select service for high school grad photos that go way beyond the usual when done by “school photographers.”
The photos are about your personality and your interests, about who you’ve become as you reach adulthood.
The model sessions will include a free photoshoot and select “facebook” size files for you to post, email, have on your phone, etc. You also get a $100 credit towards enlargements. You can also order additional enlargements or albums at great prices – special pricing for models only.
Phone us at 403-457-5031 to find out more.
PS – we do require a parent to be involved in meetings and shoots – so make sure you discuss this with them.