Teenagehood.

Teenagehood.

The teenager. We mark this time from age 13 to 19. They grow at an unprecedented rate, gain new found independence and often spend a lot of time on their own. After all figuring out all this change takes time, an abundant amount of sleep (the pandemic has been ideal for daily sleep ins).

Gone are the days of mini sessions, props and themed sessions. Teenagers don’t want to have anything to do with that. They have Instagram profiles, social circles and personal tastes that must be part of planning when working with this age group.

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During the pandemic our oldest, our model for this session, turned 15. It was a quiet affair with no birthday parades, some embarrassing signs and a t-shirt from his mom to mark the occasion.

He is a quiet kid, with a strength of character and a simple aesthetic – plain grey t-shirts, jeans and runners are his thing. Any location needed to be simple, modern and urban to match his love of architecture, modern design (Le Corbusier and other modernists).

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Sitting empty through the pandemic parking garages are a great spot to find some fresh, modern landscapes. I have been exploring these spots and loving the end result. We spend less than half an hour and walk out with amazing shots in a variety of spots with ever changing light during the golden hour.

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Instead of cap and gown consider a Senior Experience to capture those amazing years of teenagehood. They are never the same after those 7 years and it is a great way to continue milestone sessions. It is also a great way to do an alternative graduation session – featuring the suit or the dress or whatever the graduate prefers to wear.

Each session is outside, socially distanced and captured with zoom lenses to keep us 6 feet or 2 metres apart during the process. We have a few different locations to allow your teenager the look and feel that best expresses who they are.

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To book a session with us please fill out our Connect Form and we will send you information and follow up with a phone call to review.

Kirsten McGoey | Visual Storyteller | Trinity Design Photography (Whitby)

The Graduate Experience: Senior Kindergarten

The Graduate Experience: Senior Kindergarten

Break free of pre 2020 traditions and capture your Senior Kindergarten graduate’s milestone in our heirloom graduation photography sessions. A quick series of images in the Durham Region that capture the experience.

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The accomplishment of a Kindergarten graduate is something a child never forgets. They are incredibly proud of their achievement. This is often their first experience with graduation in their short lives and the milestone deserves recognition – even when there is a pandemic.

We offer sessions with gowns that cover SK, High School, University and other graduate achievements. Our SK gown is Whitby blue – a great colour for any graduate in the Durham Region, too.

We include three images in each session so you can feature the gown/hat, the graduation suit, dress or outfit – whatever is your graduate’s style. Here we used the gown and threw in some fun toilet paper images, too.

Each session is outside, socially distanced and captured with zoom lenses to keep us 6 feet or 2 metres apart during the process. We have a few different locations to allow your graduate the look and feel that best expresses who they are.

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Our sessions come with a gallery to choose your favourite poses and order print sheets for them (one package even has two sheets included).

To book a session with us please fill out our Connect Form and we will send you information and follow up with a phone call to review.

Kirsten McGoey | Visual Storyteller | Trinity Design Photography (Whitby)

The Graduate Experience: University

The Graduate Experience: University

The landscape for a 2020 Graduate is markedly different thanks to the onset of COVID-19 there is no question. Trinity Design Photography is offering Limited Edition graduate sessions outdoors for June and early July to help your graduate commemorate the milestone of graduation.

Our model here is one of the 2020 Graduates who finished her years at Ryerson University. You may recognize her from her 300+ hours of volunteer work in high school, her amazing teaching career through the Station Gallery.

Madelaine graduates with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, New Media and was a member of the Dean’s list.

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We offer sessions with gowns that cover SK, High School, University and other graudate achievements. Our SK gown is Whitby blue and our other gowns and hats are a simple black. We include three images in each session so you can feature the gown/hat, the graduation suit, dress or outfit – whatever is your graduate’s style.

Each session is outside, socially distanced and captured with zoom lenses to keep us 6 feet or 2 metres apart during the process. We have a few different locations to allow your graduate the look and feel that best expresses who they are.

To book a session with us please fill out our Connect Form and we will send you information and follow up with a phone call to review.

Kirsten McGoey | Visual Storyteller | Trinity Design Photography (Whitby)