Countdown to Graduation – Jenna\Wayne Christian HS\2016

Countdown to Graduation – Jenna\Wayne Christian HS\2016

Happy Graduation day to this lady! Jenna’s session was definitely one of my most spontaneous and a little bit eerie! At one point, we felt like we were on set at a mystery movie. See if you can guess which images were at that location! I’ll give you a hint, it’s not the Goldsboro Paramount, one of my favorite places to shoot! She is completely at home on stage and the theatre has become a second home to through all her performances there. And my camera did not stifle her creativity one bit – she let her beauty shine. I’m convinced she’s going to be a star one day! Jenna, thank you so much for working with me for your senior portraits! I can’t wait to here about all your adventures in the coming years! Keep smiling, girl! You’re gorgeous!...
Count Down to Graduation – Alli/SWHS/2016

Count Down to Graduation – Alli/SWHS/2016

Pancake tutu and pointe shoes are pretty much guaranteed to add some beautiful drama to a photo shoot. And then, when you take them outside, it’s like magic. I made Alli disobey all her ballet instructor’s orders and leave her tights inside and let her hair down for just a few minutes. ANNND I’m so glad she did! This is my favorite shot… ever… the big one, in case you weren’t sure. Not only is this girl beautiful inside and out, she is such a graceful dancer. She’s been dancing since she was a toddler… as you can see from all her slippers. Alli, thank you so much for working with me and embracing creativity with me for your shoot. I have adored getting to know you and your family! I hope I get to see you again soon! Have a fabulous time at...
Molly | KHS Class of 2014

Molly | KHS Class of 2014

{In 2015, Lindsay dropped the business name Three Eleven Photography to simplify life and connect with clients in a more personal way. Please excuse the old watermarks on these images. Read more about the name change here: http://lindsaycorrigan.com/a-new-look-for-lindsay/} Senior Shoots are never boring. I do my best to offer a fun and unique experience that shows the senior’s personality and energy, and sometimes, that is not easy. There is something about that big black box (a.k.a. my Canon) that stiffens people. This was definitely not the case with Molly. There were quite a number of times when she broke out into song…I may have helped a little by providing the soundtrack to Wicked and Rent… but I don’t think she really needed that. There was also a point when she, her mom and my assistant, Elizabeth, were shaking it like a polaroid picture in an alley… at night… in downtown Kinston. I’m pretty sure that’s not a regular occurrence. Molly loves the theater so we spent part of the session at the Grainger Hill Performing Arts Center, where Molly has performed several times. It was fun to talk about all the memories she had there. She is ending this phase of her life and moving to a bigger… stage… sorry, I know that’s kinda sappy, but I had to say it. In the Fall, she is joining the Wolfpack! She told me all about the details of moving up to NC State. She already wears her red and black with pride. I have confidence that Molly will thrive at NC State and have a terrific experience in college. I’m...
Sarah’s Senior Shoot | Paramount Theatre

Sarah’s Senior Shoot | Paramount Theatre

{In 2015, Lindsay dropped the business name Three Eleven Photography to simplify life and connect with clients in a more personal way. Please excuse the old watermarks on these images. Read more about the name change here: http://lindsaycorrigan.com/a-new-look-for-lindsay/} Locations can be tricky sometimes. Even selecting the location sometimes proves a challenge. I always love when my client chooses a location for the portrait session that has special meaning. That was one of the things that helped Sarah win my FREE Senior Shoot this year. In her entry she gave the idea of using the Paramount Theatre in Goldsboro because she has performed on its stage several times and is pursuing a degree in performing arts. Perfect! We had so much fun with lighting and playing up the atmosphere. I just love these images. I don’t get to use studio lighting much because I just love shooting outdoors, so I like to experiment a bit when I get the chance. I probably could have spent at least 8 hours shooting in the theatre, but we had to keep it to an hour (well, we went over a bit!) Sarah was the perfect model and really has an eye for beautiful photography. She is going to go places, this one! I hope I will be able to see her perform before she makes it big time! Then I’ll be able to say, hey, I took her Senior Portraits! Sarah, I really hope you love these images as much as I do! You are such a beautiful girl and I have so enjoyed getting to know you. You crack me up! I...

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