Yakima Senior Portraits - Danielle Bailey Photography
So, what is #DBaileySeniors all about?
I can't tell you how much I love photographing seniors. There just something so special about this pivotal time in your life, and the thought that I get to help you capture a piece of that is just so inspiring!
The #DBaileySeniors experience is about fresh, colorful, stylish, and fun portraits that really capture the essence of who you are right now. I want to talk with you and figure out how we can include your passions as well as your personal style in the sessions that we do together. Whether it's doing the session on your property to incorporate the memory of a loved one or bringing your pet along for the ride, what's important to you is important to me.
I offer a full-service boutique senior portrait experience. What does that mean?
- You don't have to worry about locations--I've got a huge list to select from and am happy to scout new ones that fit your vision for the session.
- You get my full attention on your portrait day because I don't double book portrait sessions. This gives us time to travel to more locations, change your outfit more often, and just enjoy the overall experience of your senior portrait session!
- I'll do the work so you don't have to! Professional prints and folders are included in all packages, along with choices of client favorites like wall art and digital images. All your products are hand delivered (to your door if you like!) and ready for you to enjoy.
Sessions start at $195 and while the average senior's family invests $700-2000, there is absolutely no minimum purchase required. I want you to walk away with only what you want and love most from your portrait experience!
Ready to get started? Pay your retainer fee online here:
"I really like how each picture is unique in its own way. I can tell that each aspect of the picture was well thought out."
"Your pictures always turn out amazing and the way the eyes stand out in your photography is absolutely breath-taking. I also love the angles and up close shots."
"Many photographers around the Yakima Valley merely just capture smiles, but you, you capture souls."