At Tomayia Colvin Photography we believe that all high school seniors deserve to have the absolute best, and to have their senior pictures displayed on the walls of their homes, showcased in their new dorm, and inside fine art albums to be enjoyed by friends and family to celebrate their graduation.
your Senior Year Should not Be Forgotten.
WOULDN'T YOU AGREE?
We are a full service boutique photography studio in Houston, Texas and we take photos of your High School Senior in Houston, Atatscocita, Humble, Spring, The Woodlands, and surrounding areas.
We get it. Between everyday activities, planning for the grad parties, helping your child prepare for college and enjoying their last year at home, you just don't.have.the.time.to.do.it.all.
So, let us take care of every detail. During their child's senior year. Our team will walk you and your high school senior through the entire booking process from our initial phone consultation until you have a gorgeous heirloom album on your coffee table and breathtaking canvases ready to hang on your walls.
Today, as a Houston Black Female Photographer with children of my own, I can still walk into my grandma’s house and see photos of my first steps, my high school graduation pictures, and my wedding photos on the walls of her home.
Underneath her vintage coffee table, I can open photo albums and see photos of her as a teen, my dad and his siblings, and our entire family history within the pages of the photo album..
The memories are priceless.
They exist because of printed photos.
In a world where Facebook and Instagram have become our digital photos albums, it's easy to forget the importance of printed photography products.
However, these physical products can serve as cherished heirlooms for parents and teens alike.
Albums full of family memories can be passed down from generation to generation, and personal canvases or prints can help to brighten up any home.
For parents, these products can serve as a tangible way to hold on to precious memories.
And for teens, they can be a beautiful reminder of their childhood when they're older.
I want you and your family to experience the joy and nostalgia of their senior photos 50 years from now when MySpace, Facebook, The Metaverse, and Instagram are long gone.
Truly stunning! We love this image box because it's a beautiful piece that we can pass down to her. In fact, it's so good, that we are gifting one to her grandparents.
When's the best time to book Houston senior pictures? The best time to book graduation pictures in Houston is the fall of your high school senior year or early spring.
How long are your photo sessions for graduation pictures in Houston? Most sessions last anywhere from 60-90 minutes.
How long does it take to view/select my graduation cap and gown photos after our senior photo session? It takes us 7-14 days from your senior photo session in Houston and surrounding areas to be viewed after your session.
How many outfit changes are allowed for senior pictures sessions? Most seniors bring 2-3 outfits. Before your session, we'll discuss everything
for your to look your absolute best on camera!
Do you have cap & gowns available to wear during my grad photo session in Houston?
No, we not have cap and gowns.
Is professional hair & make up for senior pictures required? Not at all. We work to ensure that all clients are comfortable on camera. Professional make up is suggested, but not required. Once we decide on your session date, we'll work together to make sure you feel and look your very best.
Do I get to pick my own locations for senior pictures? Absolutely! Once your session is booked, we'll send a questionnaire over to get to know you and your personality and pick the best locations for senior pictures in Houston, Texas. Before your session, we'll decide what locations will work best for you and your personal style. I'll share a few of my secret locations and ideas too! Just let us know what you have in mind and we'll work together to give you the best senior portrait experience ever!
don't be shy – we've got you!
There are not enough words to express how relieved we are that we put his photos into an album. I'll be looking at them while he's away at college!