Project Description

Senior Portrait Photography

Capturing the Essence of Young Adulthood in Your Senior Portrait

Your Senior Portrait is one of the most important personal pictures you will have taken. It’s not just another school picture. Your senior portrait shows you at the point of graduation not only from high school, but to your next step on the road to independent adulthood. Capture the “real you” with a senior portrait from Gail Nogle Photography.

Gail knows that every senior is different. That uniqueness is reflected in your personality, styles, and interests. We work with you in your portrait session to reflect that uniqueness in your senior portrait photography.

Showing the Real You.. and Looking Good Doing It!

Having your portrait taken is a very personal thing at any age. At this age, and for this purpose, however, you are as sensitive to the result as probably any other picture you will ever take. Whether your “thing” is sports, music, cars, pets, glamour or attitude, we’ll bring that out during the photo session. We’ll not only capture the real you in your senior portrait, but we’ll make you look really great doing it, providing you with senior graduation portrait photography that you’ll be proud to share and display for all to see.

Senior Portrait Photographer - Dallas Tx
Senior Portrait Photographer - Dallas Tx
Senior Portrait Photographer - Dallas Tx
Senior Portrait Photographer - Dallas Tx
Senior Portrait Photographer - Dallas Tx

Using Our Tools for Senior Portrait Success

Whimsy and boundless enthusiasm are as much a part of GAIL NOGLE’S stock-in-trade as her RZ67 camera. She uses costume outfits, unusual jewelry, staged backgrounds, and a collection of over 300 hats to coax you into relaxing as you prepare for your portraits. Highly regarded by both critics and collectors, Gail has the exceptional talent of capturing the extraordinary in ordinary people. This talent provides her a much-deserved reputation for both artistic vision, as well as a mastery of the technical aspects of her craft.

Premier Portrait Photography Innovator

Children’s photography (from newborn to graduates) remains Gail’s first love and forte. Her Dallas photography studio, opened in 1990, is a paradise for the young and the young-at-heart. There, they poke about, trying on this and that, responding to her antics and chatter, unaware of her eye searching for that look, attitude or expression, which has become her trademark. This atmosphere provides the related environment that is so important to successful senior portrait photography.

Call Gail Nogle Photography Today at 972-233-7437 . . .

. . . and let’s talk about your Mother and Infant portrait photography session. Our Dallas photography studio is convenient to the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex – and don’t forget that we also do location photo shoots. If you’d prefer to email us, use the simple form on our Contact page.

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Artists talk about the creative process . .

  • “A picture is what they look like and a portrait is who they are.”

    “A picture is what they look like and a portrait is who they are.”

    Unknown

  • “When I have a camera in my hand, I know no fear.”

    “When I have a camera in my hand, I know no fear.”

    Alfred Eisenstaedt

  • “A thing is not seen because it  is visible, but conversely visible because it is seen.”

    “A thing is not seen because it is visible, but conversely visible because it is seen.”

    Plato

  • “I want to see what I have never seen, eat what I have never eaten, meet who I have never met, do what I have never done.”

    “I want to see what I have never seen, eat what I have never eaten, meet who I have never met, do what I have never done.”

    Gail Nogle

  • “Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.”

    “Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.”

    Edgar Degas

  • “The key is to train yourself not just to look, but to see constantly.”

    “The key is to train yourself not just to look, but to see constantly.”

    Unknown

  • “If people knew how hard I have had to work to gain my mastery, it wouldn’t seem so wonderful at all.”

    “If people knew how hard I have had to work to gain my mastery, it wouldn’t seem so wonderful at all.”

    Michelangelo