Senior Photos with Eric Londgren Photography
Photoshoot Options and Fees:
Option A: 1-hour private shoot at one or two local locations of your choice; 5 hi-resolution retouched digital images that you choose from the shoot. The price is $300.
Option B: 2 hours and two to three locations; 10 hi-resolution retouched digital images. The price is $500.
Additional hi-resolution digital images can be ordered for $35 each. Prints can also be ordered. Contact me for pricing if you’re interested in having prints made.
You’ll be able to review all of the images I shoot via a private album on my website. You can then provide feedback on, for example, retouching, cropping, or color correction on the imnages you want to use. But please note that I want your Senior to look as good as possible so I will go over the photos that you choose very carefully, retouching and fine-tuning as needed.
The digital images are yours to use as you choose. Use them in a graduation card, post them to social media, get prints made, use them in your family holiday card, or put them on a custom coffee mug. These are just a handful of the ways to use the photos!
I plan to shoot on weekends throughout the school year as my schedule permits, as well as on weekdays (if requested) during Spring Break. Email me at [email protected] to talk about setting up an appointment or if you have any questions.
We can collaborate on locations depending on what kind of look you’re interested in.
Some favorites: the trails above Sausal Creek in the Glenview/Oakmore area; many spots around Lake Merritt (I've scouted at least half a dozen different locations around the lake, which we can discuss); Redwood Regional Park and Joaquin Miller Park in the Oakland Hills; the Oakland Rose Garden; Oakland Botanical Gardens near Lake Merritt; Dracena Park in Piedmont. For a more urban look: The Jack London Square area (Port of Oakland cranes in the background), or downtown Oakland (with the older downtown buildings in the background); or maybe Clarion Alley in San Francisco's Mission District (the location of the photo below).
I also encourage you to think of location options that might tie in with your Senior's extra-curricular activities, such as sports, music, performing arts, maybe even their employment!. And if you have a favorite location, or locations, that you want to work with, let me know!
The photo above was taken in Clarion Alley in San Francisco's Mission District
The photo above was taken in Dimond Park along Sausal Creek, Oakland
Seniors, How to Prepare for the Photoshoot:
Wear something comfortable! It can be dressy, or casual, but you should look comfortable wearing it. Bring a change of clothing if you want to mix it up.
A Final Note to the Seniors:
Remember to smile, but I also think unguarded images are as fun as the posed shots! If you have a favorite prop you want to bring along, by all means, bring it! I want this to be fun for you, as fun makes for better photos.
The photo above was taken in Roberts Regional Park in the Oakland Hills
A Note to Parents:
The last couple of years have been pretty tough, but we can work together to ideally bring a bit of normalcy to the end of your teenager's time in high school.
Thanks for your time! I look forward to working with you! And all the best to your Senior as they finish up this stage of their education!
(father of 2 daughters, one a second-year student at UC Davis, and the other a Senior at Oakland Technical High School)
The photo above was taken on Telegraph Avenue near Broadway in downtown Oakland
For more examples of Senior photos I've taken, click on this link:
>> The opening photo was taken on Lakeshore Avenue along Lake Merritt in Oakland