I'm getting ready to have my senior portraits taken in a few weeks, and our school's photographer has a multi-session. One of the sessions is a photo that captures the essence of who you are, usually including something that is a passion or hobby, etc. They encourage that you bring props for this.
Well, my passion/obsession is coasters, like most everyone on this site. Do you have any creative ideas on "props" I could bring for my portrait?
------------------ "Enjoy your record-breaking ride on Millennium Force"
I had the same problem just yesterday when I got my pictures done. All that I had was a giant CP poster map, Rob Coker's book and a CP t-shirt. There just isn't much out there that isn't REALLY expensive to use for pictures in a studio. I say buy the photographer some park tickets and have him take a picture of you on a coaster.
What about build a K-Nex lift hill or something and see if you can spray paint or do something to the colors to make them your favorite roller coaster color. That or call up your nearest park and see if you can borrow one of their OTSH for a couple hours and just wear that as your necklace.
Thanks Tommy. Actually, it's all Mooshie's fault. He woke up this morning with a severe case of "let's talk about me virus." Chris agreed, and BOOM! M:TR.... ;) ------------------ Join MY coaster club! - It's absolutely free!