So what makes a creative senior portrait?  Hummmmmm… could it be lighting?  outfits? location?  Maybe all of them combined?  Honestly, I think the uniqueness of senior portraits comes from the personality of the individual I’m photographing, or at least that is my goal.  My job as the photographer is to create images that represent each personality.  The last post I wrote about knowing a person so well that when I did her senior portraits it was difficult because there were so many sides to capture.  Chloe, on the other hand, I really had just met that day.  A totally different challenge, right?!

Fun, bubbly, confident, bright, and of course STYLISH Chloe was a total natural in front of the camera the second she arrived. Maybe because she some acting and modelling experience, or maybe because she is just a great person. Many thanks to her mom’s shop Lee Lee in Willamsville for the AMAZING plethora of outfits.  BTW I just checked out the Lee Lee website and they’re having a sale… just in case you need to update your fall wardrobe.  EEEEK I just said ‘Fall’.



40 7932 3589 108674 78 99Many thanks to another amazing senior in the class of 2015.   We met up at Nia-Wanda Park near Mississippi Muds for this senior photo session.


Since 2010 Erin Feuerstein has been known for her high level of taste and professionalism as a photographer in Buffalo, NY. She is recognized as one of the top food photographers in Buffalo and is a sought after lifestyle/ family photographer. She enjoys working with brands to elevate their potential earnings through better photography. Erin is easy to work with and is comfortable working in both on-location or in studio. 716-573-3311