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If you are here to find some college cap and gown ideas, you are in the right place. I would also like to begin by saying congratulations on your upcoming graduation!!! College is such a fun experience and graduating is truly a special accomplishment. Since 2015, I have celebrated with so many amazing college grads by taking their pictures. During these sessions, I love hearing students college career highlights and where they are off to next.
In this blog I have broken down some of the common questions that I get asked regarding posing. What do I do with my hands? How do I hold the cap? If you are wondering what to do to make your graduation pictures a success, read on.
Movement poses are some of my favorites. Why? Movement allows you to focus on making the move rather than the presence of a camera. Less stress. Better pictures. Movement also adds a nice dynamic to the images keeping them fresh and full of life.
Using the cap and gown is obviously an important part of graduation photos. Here are some ideas on what to do with your graduation regalia.
Ah, the number one question. What do I do with my hands? The number one answer – give your hands something to do – keep them busy.
Here are a few sitting poses and locations to highlight your school.
Here are a few standing poses and locations to highlight your school.
I hope these college cap and gown ideas work out well for your graduation pictures. If you are in eastern Washington and would like someone to photograph and help guide you through your grad session, check out my college grad page or send me a message! I typically do grad sessions in April and late November for WSU Pullman and Spokane. For EWU, Gonzaga, and Whitworth, sessions are usually in May and June but let me know when you are ready to get your pictures taken. In conclusion, I just want to say, you’re awesome! Way to go! You did it!
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