Senior Potraits

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  1. navy

    navy 5-Year Member

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    Does anyone have any advice on Senior Potraits? Son is a C2C, and we just received a postcard concerning senior potraits. When are the yusually taken?
    Are they worth it? Do they include grad pics? Can you use a local photographer? Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks.
     
  2. buffalo

    buffalo USAFA 2013 5-Year Member

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    I didn't do, and don't know anyone who did, anything other than the standard yearbook shot in parade dress...
     
  3. cadetmom100

    cadetmom100 5-Year Member

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    I did order them because I knew I would never get my kiddo to stand in parade dress for a photographer of my choosing etc. They are the same over priced Prestige portraits as usual, but I was lucky and they got some really good shots, so I am not complaining. I ordered extra wallet photos and included them in the graduation annoucements we sent out or the Thank You Notes my cadet sent for folks that sent gifts even without getting an annoucement. Comments from those that got them indicated they thought they added alot something personal to the annoucements. Just my 2 cents worth....
     
  4. Usafamom2016

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    Mine is C4C and got the same postcard. They are tremendously overpriced, even for school pictures. My DS told me 'don't order them mom', I will order when he is Firstie.
     
  5. AHS74

    AHS74 5-Year Member

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    They are overpriced. We ordered some this year 3C, since she had her Supe's pin, we gave them out to family for Christmas. We won't:smile: get anymore until she is a firstie.
     

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