You’ve passed your exams and your diploma is in grabbing reach. It’s official – school is over. Normally, this achievement is celebrated with a somber graduation ceremony followed by a lively celebration with friends and family, but the coronavirus has put a pin in most celebrations. That doesn’t mean you can’t still memorialize your massive achievement. For all the Covid-19 graduates, a graduation photoshoot is a perfect way to celebrate the monument achievement and relive what you achieved when the world was battling a pandemic.
Whether you want to hang your graduation gallery proudly over your mantle or repurpose the moment as a magnet on your grandmother’s fridge, we’ve collated our top picks for moments to capture that will truly capture the magic and emotion of your special day.
It’s not really graduation without a cap and gown, but with a non-traditional graduation, Covid graduates can really go to town on how they want to decorate their graduation attire. Whether you want to glue on diamante’s or paint on an inspirational quote, get the detail shots because it’ll be the little pieces, you’ll remember decades from now!
It’s the cliché moment of graduation but you can’t finish your academic journey without throwing your cap in the air. This makes for a joyful shot you can really capture the emotion of what the past four years have been about.
With many schools and universities opting out of a graduation ceremony, you’ll probably already have your diploma sitting at home so why not capture it on camera. This can be a great solo shot or one with the graduate.
Graduation day can be a big moment not only for the graduate but their closest friends and family. A Covid-safe group shot adds the perfect touch of sentiment to your graduation album.
If you know you’re going on to college, traveling or moving cities for your first real job, capturing the next chapter of your life is a great shot. This can be the school hoodie, a postcard, or landmark keyring to show where you are to where you’re going.
Now the ceremony aspect of your shoot is over, it’s time to kick back and party for the remainder of your shoot so why not crack open the bubbly and commemorate the occasion?
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