High School Portraits at Twin Lakes Beach Santa Cruz | Tina Case Photography Saratoga, California
This past spring I had the wonderful opportunity of meeting two of the sweetest and most beautiful-from-the-inside-out young women. They have been best friends since middle school. Despite moving on to different high schools they remain best friends. In their interaction you could just sense how meaningful their relationship is to one another.
I got to know them because one of their moms was the lucky winner of my photo package at a silent auction this past April. The package included two hair and make-up sessions at the Los Gatos Blow Dry Bar and a portrait session for two. I recently established a wonderful partnership with the Los Gatos Blow Dry Bar and couldn't be happier. They are a wonderful family run business and everyone walks out feeling and looking beautiful.
You can read a past blog post I wrote about that session here plus see my video. Meanwhile, we were lucky enough to meet up with these girls again just before they headed off for college. It was a great day at Twin Lakes Beach in Santa Cruz. The weather was perfect.
After our session my daughter and two of her best pals joined me for another impromptu session. It was a wonderful way to capture the end of another memorable summer.
Check out photos from my beach session. The beach is one of my favorite places to hang out and take photos!
And from my impromptu beach session with my youngest daughter and two of her best friends!
Can you tell in the photo below they were trying to send an S.O.S?
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