As your teen transitions to adulthood, celebrate the milestone with a photo shoot, an experience of fun, creative photos that fits their unique style. These young adults are so used to taking selfies that they are a natural in front of the camera, yet the images rarely capture their full personality, are transient and, gone in a blink of an eye.
Why not create unique portraits that reflect their teen years, full of promise, joy and desire to make the world their own, in a location of their choice and style?
A Teens/Seniors/Prom Portrait experience with Kapu starts at $300. Individual Portrait Prints start at $225 each.
The session takes approximately 60-90 minutes in upto two locations and it involves:
- Pre-Shoot consult (on phone or by email) to plan the looks,
- Professional Hair & Make Up,
- Multiple outfit changes,
- A fully guided photo shoot with posing that best flatters you,
- And at your Reveal Session - You get to pick your choice of high resolution, professionally edited images. Each image you select comes with two 5x7 gift prints (perfect for passing on to grand parents and aunts and uncles).
* (Hair & Make Up Optional)
"Kapu has photographed my daughters for proms and senior pictures. Her talent is evident in her photos. She is amazingly calm and brings out the best in her subjects.
Kapu truly captures personality in print." - Lori (Claudia’s Mom)
“I honestly had a great time being photographed by Kapu. She’s such a lively and fun person to work with and made our time together so memorable! I love ALL the photos! I wouldn’t hesitate for a moment to do it all again. Thank you!” - Brielle
“Working with kapuPatel Photography was one of the coolest experiences ever! Being in front of a camera seems intimidating to me, but she makes the whole experience so much fun and you enjoy every minute of it. The best part is finally seeing how the pictures turned out. It is always hard to pick a favorite because they are all so beautiful. I love being photographed by kapu and would/ have recommend it to all my friends.” - Shefali