#1 – You’ll be the only senior at your session.
So many photographers take groups out together, and you’ll be just one of many kids being photographed, all right in front of each other, and all doing the same things.
NOT AT FOCUS!
We’re going to devote all our time to your images, and you won’t have to have anyone else snickering at you!
#2 – We’ve got a brand new studio to show you.
We’ve moved 5 miles away, to a much larger studio.
Here’s the new address: 90 Bridge Street, Suite 330, Westbrook, ME 04092.
Phone is still the same (207) 772-4274
Office hours are still by appointment or by chance.
#3 – Our most senior photographer will be your senior photographer.
Our lead photographer (and founder) William von Wenzel shoots all the senior sessions himself – you won’t be working with a summer intern, and associate of ours, or a mom that bought a camera just this summer.
Instead, you’ll be working with a award-winning fashion photographer whose images have appeared in Grace Ormond, Marie Claire, and Vogue, as well as in the portfolios of the hundreds of actors and models he’s worked with.
#4 – We’re always up for a challenge.
Even though we’ve worked with hundreds of Maine seniors over the years, we’re always thrilled when a client has a brand new idea they want us to flesh out and bring into existence for them.
If you’ve got a crazy concept that you want to try with us, we’re in. Just let us know before your session so we have a little time to prepare.
#5 – Will hated his senior pictures.
This is true. Will had his senior pictures taken in a gymnasium, with a striped oxford over a popped-collar polo shirt, looking goofy, acne-battled, and dorky. In his defense, he really thought preppy was in.
He wouldn’t let his mother give anyone a picture.
Because of this, seniors that work with Focus Photography are guaranteed to get images they’ll love, and moms get to give their families senior pictures at Christmas.
#6 – Our senior pictures get better every year but…
Our jokes don’t. Sorry, totally true.
You will be suggested to sarcasm and commentary that Will thinks is funny, and you’ll probably just have to grin and bear it.