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Introducing our 2015 Idaho Online Schools senior rep for Crane Studio Imaging seniors KC.

Working with KC has been incredible, she is completely natural in front of the camera as she is an actress and she has an incredible wardrobe. She has done movies and commercials including one for the Olympics.  These photos were taken at the Idaho Botanical Gardens.

So if you are an online school student and know KC, just ask her for her digital rep card.

For more information on our senior session go to


Look your best with professional hair and airbrush makeup. We are excited to announce our new partnership with our professional stylist Ally Mattila.

Hello there! I’m Ally, and I am so excited to be working with Crane Studio Imaging Seniors. No matter who you are or what stage of life you’re in, I think we will work really well together because I don’t just do hair and makeup, I’m passionate about them. I will do everything I can to help you look and feel as beautiful as you truly are!

$150 –    Hair & Airbrush makeup service incl. eyelashes on location with second look (change hairstyle)

$110 –   Hair & Airbrush makeup service incl. eyelashes on location

$100 –    Hair & Airbrush makeup service incl. eyelashes at salon

$70 –      Airbrush makeup only on location

$60 –      Airbrush makeup only at salon

$50 –      Hair style services only on location

$40 –      Hair style services only at salon

You can view her work at her website at Book your senior session first, then Ally and I will coordinate your hair and makeup around your session time. Payment for makeup services is separate from photo services and will be made payable to Ally at time of service.

Please book your session at our dedicated senior website at


We are very proud to have Andi as a 2015 Senior Representative this year for Bishop Kelly High School in Boise.

I had the wonderful pleasure of meeting Andi last year during her sister Alex’s photo session who was also a senior representative for us. Andi’s spring session location was done at the MK Nature Center, which is one of my favorite areas to photograph and you get a good chance into running into some wildlife while you are there.

I love working with Andi because of her wonderful personality and her photogenic smile. She has some pretty awesome ideas for her fall session so don’t forget to check back on the blog and look for her updated photo session in the fall.

Andi likes to hunt, fish, ride her horse, and spend time with friends and family. Her favorite music is country and she is also active in sports at her school where she runs track and participate in pole vault. After high school she wants to go into marine biology or zoology. She has also spent time in Belize to teach English literacy to the Belizean children and she is also part of the Idaho Meth Project.

So if you are a Bishop Kelly 2015 senior just ask Andi for one of her cards and you will earn some free wallets when you book a session with us. You can also just give us a call at 208-779-0183 and let us know Andi was your referral.  You can see our full pricing on our dedicated senior website at

Senior Photography in Boise

Light is very important to a photographer, as light is needed to capture those wonderful images that you see on this website.  People often ask when the best time to take photos are and I tell them, one hour after sunrise and one hour before sunset which is called “Golden Hour”.  Most “Natural Light Photographers” will only shoot during this time for two reasons, the light is gorgeous at these times but the main reason for most is from inexperience and not owning any external lighting.  Now don’t get me wrong there are “Natural Light Photographers” I personally know who do a wonderful job at what they do and it is their preference but they also understand light and how to manipulate it.

I do love natural “golden hour” light and use it when I can but most of the time you need another light source to fill in the shadows left from the natural light.  Some will use a reflector to accomplish this, personally I will use a flash as I can get it exactly where I need it in any lighting condition.  I consider myself an “All Light” photographer as I know how to manipulate the light and I know how to use artificial light if needed no matter what time of day it is. I find it very important to be able to shoot in all lighting situations and knowing what my camera needs to be set on to create awesome images.  I find this very important in wedding photography as you never know how the light will be at the given time and you cannot tell a bride when to get married.

There are a ton of photographers out there to choose from and looking at the price shouldn’t be the only reason you decide to hire a professional.  Look at their images and compare them to others and make an informed decision.  My advice is to be careful when hiring someone who markets themselves strictly as a “Natural Light Photographer” especially for weddings as light is always changing and sometimes not very cooperative.

Book your session today by calling us 208-779-0183 or by clicking on our contact form at the top of the page.

Prom season is upon us here in the Treasure Valley.  Prom is a magical moment and only way to capture that moment is through a camera.  We see a lot of snapshots every year of parents taking their child’s photo with their dates and most of times they do not come out that well due to poor lighting or too much lighting.  This is why if you have your child’s prom photos taken professionally before their prom we can create those magical memories in clarity to cherish for years.  Parents have told us they love these outdoor photos better than the prom photos done indoors at the prom.  We can also add text on the wallets with their names and or prom 2014.

2014 Prom Photography Package Special

1 hour session
Up to 3 couples
30 Professional images digitally delivered
48 die cut oval wallets
Mobile album with your 3o photos (IPhone & Android)

This package is a steal at $325.  You can add more couples for a small upgrade fee and add more wallets if needed.

Send us an email to or from our contact link on the top of this page.