Ever considered taking your senior pictures at the Dallas Museum of Art?
Beatriz decided that she wanted a combination of nature and urban for her senior portraits.
We started the day off at TC Makeup to get her camera ready for her closeup and Tisha did a fabulous job! Getting someone camera ready in the middle of August is no easy feat. I trust Tisha 100% and she is a true professional when it comes to hair and makeup. By using airbrush makeup, she’s able to waterproof your look so that even in the Texas heat, you won’t melt…as much!
In fact, because of the intense Texas heat over the summer, I don’t recommend having your senior portraits in the summer, but sometimes that the only time that you can make it work. So we made it work!
You would never be able to tell just how hot it was during Beatriz’s senior portraits.
We started in the natural setting of Davis Park in Highland Park. It’s such a beautiful and unique park, nestled into Highland Park. In fact, unless you know it’s there, it’s kind of hidden. It’s one of the hidden gems of Highland Park, for sure.
After taking photos in Davis Park, we hopped in the car and set out to the Dallas Arts District. Beatriz chose to have the rest of her senior pictures at the Dallas Museum of Art and Klyde Warren Park. Both locations offer a great urban setting with unique artwork.
I just love this mural in front of the Dallas Museum of Art. It’s colorful and the perfect setting for senior portraits in Downtown Dallas if you love color.
As the sun began to set, we caught the last glimpses of sunset at Klyde Warren Park. I just love Klyde Warren Park – it’s the perfect urban park in the city. There are food trucks every day and on evenings and weekends there’s entertainment on the stage. There’s also a dog park and activities throughout the park for families.
She graduated from Coppell High School.