While seniors are getting their senior pictures taken, people have different emotions about them. Some people think it is more important than others. Family members of the students tend to care more about them than the seniors do.
“My mom’s all about them,” senior Taylor Elliot said.
It seems like selfies and group pictures mean more to some seniors than the actual senior pictures do. Others prefer living out the memories rather than capturing them in a photo. Everybody has their own opinion about how they like to live their memories and express them to others.
“I’m more about telling, because very little of your life is captured in a photo,” senior Casey Andrew said. “I got my senior pictures taken because your senior year is a huge turning point in your life. It marks a time where you go out and pursue your dreams, and capturing that is important to me.
Whether you choose to take senior pictures or not is your choice, but once your senior year goes by, you won’t have a chance to do it anymore.
Lower classmen are excited about being able to take senior pictures when they get old enough.
“I’m excited for senior pictures,” freshman Savannah Spence said. “I can’t wait to see how much I’ve changed over the years.”
It’s a time to show people the mature, independent, grown up you have turned out to be. Don’t let this moment pass you by, because your senior year will be over before you know it.