Enko Photography Blog

November 13, 2009

A Bit of Urban Grit – senior portrait photography in Portland, OR

We were watching the weather forecast like crazy, in the few days leading up to our session with Cassidy. She was interested in photos that showed a bit of color and a lot of cool, industrial character, so we knew an outdoor session was just the right fit. The weather that day was overcast, and a little colder than we’d have liked, but the rain stayed away long enough for us to get together and roam the Eastbank area in SouthEast Portland, and even make it down to the Esplanade.

Cassidy’s a senior at Vancouver School of Arts and Academics, so it wasn’t a big surprise to hear that she’s also interested in photography! We can’t help but feel a little extra-special when someone who loves photography chooses to work with us, and we’re really glad we could give her an excellent senior session.

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Enko Photography – creative family and senior portrait photography serving Portland, Oregon

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1 Comment »

  1. We liked that you had two photographers that day. Two points of view, two ‘eyes’ to get different angles.

    Cassidy surfed so many sights and pulled out images, comparing lighting, angles, backgrounds and other details until she finally decided to call you. Thank you for accomodating her schedule and working her time line.

    I’m so glad my sister called you and I love the photos you did for my niece. It is incredible to be able to capture someone so right-on and then have another image that is completely lovely, yet doesn’t look anything like we see her. (I need to call you this week!!)

    Comment by Karen Rumble — November 28, 2009 @ 5:17 am | Reply


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