Thursday, April 23, 2015

Fun With Team Sports Photos- Examples

Here are some more examples of fun with sports photography.  Of course we take the serious posed team shots necessary for things like yearbooks and hanging on the school walls, but having a little fun relieves stress and gets the kids excited to be there!

Pictured Below: The Ladies of Cy-Woods Track

2015 All Sports Programs!!!

We are proud to announce that Siobhan Fine Photography has been chosen again this year to produce the sports programs for both Cy-Fair High School and Cy-Woods High School!  If you wish to support either the Cy-Fair Bobcats or the Cy-Woods Wildcats by placing an ad for your student or business, we would love to hear from you, and the booster clubs would love to have your support!  Go to to download your reservation forms today!

Cy-Fair Athletic Booster Club is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization.
Cy-Woods Athletic Booster Club is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization.

Monday, April 13, 2015

Something More Than Required

 A lot of people don't realize that you have options when it comes to the type of senior portraits you have made. For decades the standard yearbook and cap and gown photos have dominated popular ideas about what a senior portrait should be, but thankfully that has changed!  While we recognize that these types of photos have their place, we want to give you something more- a senior portrait that is as uniquely beautiful as the individual character we see in each student.  Take a look at the examples and information below and see what you think!
The first thing that comes to mind when most people say "senior picture", is the formal dress head shot that is required for the yearbook.  Chain studios, like the ever popular Prestige, are just fine for this type of photo.  They are usually contracted by the school, and you will not have a choice in the outfit you wear or the pose.  If you are offered something more, you will be flooded with cheesy elementary school props and limited to a few studio backdrops. These are not the photographs that represent who you are, but are a necessary part of your senior year.