Senior Picture Ideas that totally rock. Why take a boring senior picture when you can do something fun and unique? Take a senior picture that will show your personality!

Senior Picture Ideas that totally rock. Why take a boring senior picture when you can do something fun and unique? Take a senior picture that will show your personality!My blog follows my life, so when my oldest son was ready for his senior pictures, it was time for me to start researching fun senior pictures ideas!

When I need to plan a party for my son’s Halloween class party, I create a post of great Halloween class party ideas. If I need a great Thanksgiving appetizer, I create a post of great Thanksgiving appetizers – I figure if I am searching these things, others are too.

My oldest son is going into his senior year in high school – so it is time for senior pictures – so when I started looking for some ideas, I realized, “wow, not only are these amazingly adorable, this would make a great post for others who are also looking for the best senior picture ideas!”

Let’s see those great senior picture ideas… 

Senior Silhouette Senior Picture Idea by Angie Blackburn Photography

Angie Blackburn Photography has some really great ideas for traditional senior pictures, but this silhouette photo is one seriously cool picture.

These are seriously the best senior picture ideas ever!

We were so excited to recreate it with my son this past year – check out our version taken by Frameable Faces (they are THE BEST if you are local! They also have an amazing blog so take a look)

Gold Numbers by Micheal Noelle Designs

I love the idea of using oversized foil number balloons for a senior picture like this one by Michelle Noelle Designs.

Blast from the Past Senior Picture Idea by Sevyn Ezra Photography

See how much your senior has grown with this great blast from the past picture idea by Sevyn Ezra Photography. 

Sunglasses Senior Picture Idea by Oh So Purdy Photography

The future is bright with this sunglasses senior picture idea by Oh So Purdy Photography.

Sports Senior Picture by Dev Photography

I love the idea of incorporating your senior’s passion in their portraits. This is a cool soccer photo by Dev Photography.

First Day of School Face Off via FLickr

This photo of the first day of school face off via Flickr is a really cute idea if you have a good picture to use from back in the day!

Bubblegum Senior Photo by Anne Schillings Photography

Anne Schillings Photography is one of the nation’s top senior photographers and this bubblegum photo is too cute!

Peace Out Senior Photo by Awesome KC Senior Pictures

Tom Schmidt Photography captured this senior saying peace out to high school.

We love the use of the confetti in this great senior picture idea from Lisa Jones Photography!

We love the use of the confetti in this great senior picture idea from Lisa Jones Photography!

Classic Senior Guy Picture by Sarah Welch Photography

For guys, this industrial stairs setting is really cool. This picture is by Sarah Welch Photography.

Colorful Chalk Art Senior Picture by Kairariane Photography

Love this colorful chalk art idea by Kaiariane Photography. So fun!

Brick Wall Senior Picture Idea by Sarah Jane Photography

I love this white brick wall backdrop by Sarah Jane Photography.

Senior Feet by Cantinho da Alice

These class year feet are so cute by Cantinho da Alice.

Sports Senior Photo by Stacie C. Photography

This is a very cool idea for a football player by Stacie C. Photography.

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For the Superhero in each of us by Blackforest Photo

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Another great athlete senior picture by Agape Photography

 

 

Jennifer Fishkind

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  1. Sorry I don’t agree with the foil balloons on the train tracks. Photo shopped or not it sets a bad example. A boy in my area recently died on the railway line after trying to retrieve a football.

  2. I certainly understand someones offense to trAintracks photos and would never push it on someone. Personally, I had always seen trAintracks as a symbol to reaching a destination or going on a journey and the negative space representing our unknown future ahead. There had been no negativity in trAintracks for me. Until comments like these. Like I said, I understand….. I lost a baby 9 years ago after a long delivery and it is always difficult for me to see a photo of a sleeping baby without thinking of that image I have in my head of my own that I had to say goodbye to. It’s sad.

    1. Im bery sorry to hear about your baby, and i agree with you about the train tracks and the pictures are different for everyone becaude everyone is different

    2. Im very sorry to hear about your baby, and i agree with you about the train tracks and the pictures are different for everyone becaude everyone is different

  3. I use train tracks occasionally. As the other said, each picture has a different meaning. I always pay attention to the train schedule when I do it. Also, sorry for the loss of your little angel.

  4. In addition to the very real potential danger of photographing on train tracks, the tracks and a right-of-way either side of them are the private property of the railroad. Except for at approved crossings, anyone on the tracks is considered to be trespassing. The railroads have their own officers who can make arrests, in addition to your local law enforcement personnel. Photographs taken on an identifiable area of track can be used as evidence of trespassing in court proceedings.

  5. My goodness, people can suck the fun out if anything. Even a Senior photo shoot. I guess there’s just some folks that are just so miserable and negative that they can only see the negative. You need Jesus.