A Picture a Day in 2018 | January

This year, I’m joining up with some photography friends from all over the world to participate in a new personal project: A Picture a Day in 2018. If I can keep at it, at the end of the year I will have an album that reflects my entire year, pulling 2018 together in a book of memories.

I’m thrilled to be on Day 31 and have not missed a day so far. Here’s to 334 more!! 🙂 ~ So without further ado, here, in no particular order, are a few of my favorites from January:

Picture a Day - Margaret Henry Photography

As I mentioned, I’m doing this with a group of women from all over the world: USA, Canada, Belgium, and Australia to name a few. Click through to Angela’s blog to get a glimpse of life through her eyes.

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If you’d like to follow along daily, feel free to join me on Instagram: @mhenryphotog .

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Thanks for taking a peek at my January favorites. I know there will be good days and some help-I-just-need-a-picture days, but I hope that this will be a year of growth and thankfulness as I pause to pay attention to the details.

Happy February friends!

     Margaret

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  • Kris - Gorgeous light!!! I’m so happy to be doing this project with you.

  • LAURA - Those beach shots are DIVINE!!

  • Elyse - Definitely my favorite line photo… and I love the pier photo as well. Gorgeous shots Margaret.. so happy to be in this group with you!

  • Alyssa Kellert - That photo under the dock! So gorgeous!

  • Carissa - Your girl is so beautiful. I love these images of her and this stage of life!

  • Kendal - I love your composition and use of light. Just beautiful! Happy to be doing this project alongside you! 

  • Angela - Such gorgeous images!  And the beach?  Swoon!  So glad to be back in it with you, Margaret!!

Genna | 2018 Senior | Energy and Creativity

Seniors give me energy…keep me young…make me laugh…challenge my creativity. I love everything about working with seniors, from looking through their wardrobe choices, to chatting as we walk, to capturing their personalities, to sitting with the senior looking through the photo gallery for the first time!

Genna’s session was no different on this beautiful fall day. We found life connections and laughed a lot. It’s a joy, at the end of the job, to hand off a final product of digitals and/or prints that you know will be treasured for years to come.

energy and creativity

If you are a 2018 senior and haven’t yet had your photos taken, it’s not too late. Reach out so we can get you on my calendar for this spring.

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If you’d be interested in having me serve as your senior photographer, please click “Contact” in the menu bar above or find me on Facebook.

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Lucy | 2018 Wheaton North Senior

Want a piece of advice as you prepare for a photo session? Be you! Don’t compare yourself to anyone else. Don’t try to look like someone you aren’t. Don’t think you have to act any differently than you always act. Just be you…through and through. Easy! 🙂

You are beautiful!

This girl needs no words. What a fun senior photo session I had with Lucy. She brought ALL her personality 🙂

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P.S. Lucy, congratulations on being crowned Wheaton North’s Homecoming Queen. SO, so fun!! ♥

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Maggie | 2017 Graduate | Outfit Inspiration

What you wear to your senior session is important, and deciding can be difficult! As you get ready, I recommend remembering to bring layers, which bring variety and depth to your outfit. You may also want to center your outfits around a color palette or theme. This doesn’t mean all of your outfits have to be blue! You want to have variety, but also make sure your photo set looks cohesive. Maggie did an especially good job with this, using several different colors but keeping them soft, tying her outfits together.

If you’re ever in doubt, there are plenty of resources to help you out… You can look through my portfolio for examples, and there is lots of outfit inspiration to be found on Pinterest. Be on the lookout for an upcoming post to go even more in depth on this topic!

One quick note: no matter what outfits you choose, be true to you!!

Without further ado, here is a snapshot of Maggie’s beautiful session. She rocked it!

Outfit Inspiration

 

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