Experience the difference between just a photographer... and an artist with a camera. We create beautiful and unique images that merge fashion and glamour into senior photography.
Shooting outdoors, in locations throughout Hampton Roads, we are creating a fun and exciting experience for today's seniors.
Take everything you love about photography and rethink it. With a stunningly different approach, we've been gaining recognition for our unique, fashionable and creative senior portraits.
You're only a senior once and your senior portraits are a once in a lifetime experience. We are absolutely committed to making sure you have a positive (and fun!) senior portrait experience. You will watch your senior pictures transform into a new, refreshing, fashionable look.
Ask any of our seniors. They will tell you about their great senior experience and how much they love their senior photographs. You deserve to Experience the Difference.
As with many of my seniors, I first photographed them playing varsity sports for their high school. It was the same with twin sisters Kalley and Torey. They play field hockey and softball for Grassfield High School.
For their senior session, we went to Norfolk. We shot in and around Nauticus and the Oriental Gardens. It was a warm day, but we had fun and the sisters were great to work with. Using some of their images from their senior session, I created a 20×20 storyboard. You can see a sample below.
Spring will be here before we know it and it’ll be great to get outside again and cover a lot of the varsity sports in the 757 area.
CONTACT DAN to have him cover your varsity sporting event or connect with DAN on Facebook
I am currently accepting model applications for the Class of 2013 who would like to represent my studio as a senior model. As a senior model, you will recieve a free studio session and discounted or free senior session (on location). You will be featured on this blog, my web site along with featured posts on both facebook sites.
Now that all my 2011 seniors have graduated and are on to new and exciting things in their lives, we’re turning our attention to seniors from the Class of 2012. We’ve photographed most of our senior models and they’re now out spreading the word about Dan Trevino Photographer. Our sessions are filling up nicely and we are now booking well into July.
We’d also like to thank everyone for their kind words about us and our senior photography. Our seniors’ music videos show that we have a lot of fun during our senior sessions. In fact, many seniors are now looking forward to Penny’s cookies when they come by for their studio session.
In the next few days, weeks & months, we’ll be highlighting several of our senior models, as well as the rest of our 2012 seniors. It’s going to be a fun & exciting summer. Call, text or leave a comment for information on how you can be part of the Dan Trevino senior family. Our seniors are great!!
Our 2011 seniors will recognize the buttons that are used to identify their bags that contain their prints & other goodies. A few parents ordered additional buttons for their families to wear during graduation. This way everyone can see which senior they are there to support. Keep this in mind for next year 2012 seniors.
I post a few ‘sneak peeks’ the night of every photo session on Facebook. I plan to update the blog once or twice a week once the weather warms and I start shooting on a regular basis. However, for an almost daily update of photos from all my sessions (sports, seniors, etc), Facebook is your best bet for a complete look at all my recent photos.
Jake was my first senior guy for the class of 2011 and my first senior from Western Branch.
Jake wanted a location that was different than the ordinary studio session. As a musician, he wanted something that would look great with his drum kit. We found a perfect spot, under a bridge, where Jake set everything up. We played around with the lighting and we took some cool shots.
There are a few of Jake’s photos from his senior session below, along with his music video.
A special thanks goes out to his mom, dad & sister (Leah) for helping carry his drum kit. We also look forward to taking Leah’s senior pictures in a few years.