Sexy Yearbook Pic??

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  • kapeluza
    kapeluza Posts: 3,434 Member
    The family is getting the PR they want. She'll be on a realtiy tv show before she takes her first college class.

    That or a Playboy article, eagle spread on some highschool mascot.
  • monroe61
    monroe61 Posts: 626 Member
    My daughter's senior photos were pretty revealing, but we liked them because she is a beautiful girl and though this was one of our favorites, we obviously didn't submit it to the yearbook. From an artistic perspective, we loved the wet look, the b&w, and her tattoo being as focal as her eyes.

    Granted, some people will just say her boobs are the primary focal point, but it depends what you are looking at. Yes, she is well-endowed and as a glamour photo this rocks. As a yearbook photo, not so much.

    But then again, who wants their yearbook photo to be the stupid shot in front of a blue-streaked pulldown shade. Boring.

    I was a yearbook adviser at one point in my life and insisted that the only images that would make the book were simple head and shoulders photos. No posing with your dog, shotgun, or car. In retrospect, I wish I had allowed those kids to do the more personal shots because it told a story about them.

    <img class="user_inserted_image" alt="" src="http://www.tomgrandy.com/senior.jpg"&gt;

    FWIW

    I can't see your daughter's picture but I am really curious?
  • NewMeTomG
    NewMeTomG Posts: 60 Member
    My daughter's senior photos were pretty revealing, but we liked them because she is a beautiful girl and though this was one of our favorites, we obviously didn't submit it to the yearbook. From an artistic perspective, we loved the wet look, the b&w, and her tattoo being as focal as her eyes.

    Granted, some people will just say her boobs are the primary focal point, but it depends what you are looking at. Yes, she is well-endowed and as a glamour photo this rocks. As a yearbook photo, not so much.

    senior.jpg

    But then again, who wants their yearbook photo to be the stupid shot in front of a blue-streaked pulldown shade. Boring.

    I was a yearbook adviser at one point in my life and insisted that the only images that would make the book were simple head and shoulders photos. No posing with your dog, shotgun, or car. In retrospect, I wish I had allowed those kids to do the more personal shots because it told a story about them.


    This one is the one we had framed:

    senior2.jpg

    FWIW
  • Shannon023
    Shannon023 Posts: 14,529 Member
    Go here:

    http://www.tomgrandy.com/senior.jpg

    This one is the one we had framed:

    http://www.tomgrandy.com/senior2.jpg

    How do you get a photo to show in this? I've got no editing tools.

    Use lowercase [ img] and [/ img] without the spaces.
    She's a pretty girl. :smile:
  • Jorra
    Jorra Posts: 3,339 Member
    You'd think it was common sense to wear clothes in a school yearbook picture. But alas...
  • beerbomber
    beerbomber Posts: 184 Member
    Come on those highschoolers need something for their spank bank lol
  • mallorybriann
    mallorybriann Posts: 1,380 Member
    Whatever happened to cheesy feather boas and bad 80's backgrounds?
    :ohwell:
  • NewMeTomG
    NewMeTomG Posts: 60 Member
    Thanks! Worked :-)
  • macpatti
    macpatti Posts: 4,280 Member
    Go here:

    senior.jpg

    This one is the one we had framed:

    senior2.jpg
    Your daughter is very pretty. I can understand her wanting to have those types of pics done when she's on her own or in her 20's, but I can't understand wanting them as her senior graduation picture. The second one isn't bad, but the first is too much IMHO. Yes, the cap and gown pics can be boring, but I don't think high school senior pics are supposed to be ones you could submit to Maxim either.
  • Shanna_Inc86
    Shanna_Inc86 Posts: 781 Member
    bump
  • Where in the world is her effing parents?

    For the love of god people dress your children. Shes in Highschool not a cover of Cosmo.
  • Amanda0325
    Amanda0325 Posts: 245 Member
    Go here:

    senior.jpg

    This one is the one we had framed:

    senior2.jpg
    Your daughter is very pretty. I can understand her wanting to have those types of pics done when she's on her own or in her 20's, but I can't understand wanting them as her senior graduation picture. The second one isn't bad, but the first is too much IMHO. Yes, the cap and gown pics can be boring, but I don't think high school senior pics are supposed to be ones you could submit to Maxim either.

    I'm 25 and I agree.. comepltely... we had the black simple drape and were allowed to submit 1 picture of us with our friends or w/e.. but i wouldn't ever let my daughter have a bathing suit picture etc in a school year book.. to each their own.. and your daughter is gorgeous it just wouldn't fly for me.. or my mother either.
  • kapeluza
    kapeluza Posts: 3,434 Member
    My daughter's senior photos were pretty revealing, but we liked them because she is a beautiful girl and though this was one of our favorites, we obviously didn't submit it to the yearbook. From an artistic perspective, we loved the wet look, the b&w, and her tattoo being as focal as her eyes.

    Granted, some people will just say her boobs are the primary focal point, but it depends what you are looking at. Yes, she is well-endowed and as a glamour photo this rocks. As a yearbook photo, not so much.

    senior.jpg

    But then again, who wants their yearbook photo to be the stupid shot in front of a blue-streaked pulldown shade. Boring.

    I was a yearbook adviser at one point in my life and insisted that the only images that would make the book were simple head and shoulders photos. No posing with your dog, shotgun, or car. In retrospect, I wish I had allowed those kids to do the more personal shots because it told a story about them.


    This one is the one we had framed:

    senior2.jpg

    FWIW

    You're brave. I wouldn't dare post pictures of my under-age daughter on an open forum like this one. I can only imagine how many /save image as have occurred since you posted them. She is a pretty girl, grats!
  • jennajava
    jennajava Posts: 2,177 Member

    I can only imagine how many /save image as have occurred since you posted them. She is a pretty girl, grats!

    So, so true...
  • NewMeTomG
    NewMeTomG Posts: 60 Member
    She is 20 now. These were taken two years ago when she was 18 and a senior in HS.

    Not a minor even when the photos were taken.

    Nothing wrong with beauty.

    Tom
  • xHelloQuincyx
    xHelloQuincyx Posts: 884 Member
    i graduated last year and for the past 6 yrs or so the school has let people take pictures how ever they want by who ever they want
  • Legs_McGee
    Legs_McGee Posts: 845 Member
    Is her mother Dina Lohan?
  • sillygoose1977
    sillygoose1977 Posts: 2,156 Member
    This was mine in 1995, when 17 year old girls were still just trying to be 17 year old girls. Look, I obviously didn't even pluck my eyebrows back then for god's sake! I just wanted a cute picture in my boyfriend's sweatshirt. Oh wait, my mom did have the photographer take a picture of me in my backless prom dress. Scandalous!

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  • Shannon023
    Shannon023 Posts: 14,529 Member
    Very cute, goose! :smile:

    The one I wanted to use wasn't allowed because my hand was visible. :noway:

    *imagine cheesy pose with hand and head resting on a tree*

    Scandalous, I was! :smokin:

    :laugh:
  • Mirimuffin
    Mirimuffin Posts: 69 Member
    I don't see a problem with the picture... Here in Germany most students choose revealing pictures or pictures they use on facebook. It's not slutty, neither vulgar. Everything that needs to be covered is covered :)