Danielle's Encore: Trash the PROM Dress

Posted by Studio222 Photography | 2:22 PM | | 3 comments » | Share on Facebook

I couldn't hold out. Remember how I said that on the new site there would be images that we hadn't shown off yet? Well I am just so excited about these that I had to share them ahead of time.

One of our newest offerings in the Encore sessions series are TRASH THE PROM DRESS sessions. We are so excited about these sessions because they are so much fun. They are for high school girls (primarily seniors) that want to give their prom dress a fitting farewell. For seniors, these sessions are the best way to have something that no one else will have. Our trash the dress sessions go above and beyond anything you've seen before. We work with you to come up with amazing locations, a rockstar style and the perfect poses. We will come up with a high fashion selection of finished images for you. Not only will you have amazing images like these from your session, but you'll also get our little black Encore Album to show off your 20 favorites in high style. The album is 5x5 so it's small enough to carry with you and is covered in black silk brocade so it's luxurious enough to make a statement on its own.

Now take a look at Danielle, who completely rocked her Encore session all around downtown Orlando.

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  1. Ashley McCormick Photography // December 4, 2008 at 9:48 PM  

    I wish I was still a Senior, I would totally do this!! These are awesome Becka!

  2. Anonymous // December 4, 2008 at 11:22 PM  

    what a fun idea!!! y'all are the king and queen of promotions, i love it.

    p.s. this girl is annoyingly beautiful.


  3. Ben and Amy // December 7, 2008 at 3:42 PM  

    What a fabulous idea! These photos are incredible...the third one down is my favorite. I wish cute, short prom dresses were popular while I was in high school - unfortunately, a few years back, floor length with beading was the "cool" trend. haha.