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Eddy has done his fair share of graduation photoshoots this season, but there is one that stood out to me. Without question, the composition and editing of the photos are beautiful. But what really took the photos to the next level was the special elements that the grad, Tzaitel, brought to the shoot.

Below are the three top tips to make your graduation photos look as special as Tzaitel’s:

  1. Decorate your graduation cap in time for the graduation shoot.


Decorate it to tell your story.

Tzaitel’s cap (pictured above) tells a story of her past and future, and it moved me! It’s an expression of gratitude toward her parents and a recognition that obtaining a college diploma would not have been possible without their sacrifices and unconditional support. But it’s also an expression of love toward this country—her parents emigrated from Mexico in search of a better life for her. They hoped she’d obtain a good college education here, and this photoshoot commemorates that Tzaitel accomplished what her parents envisioned for her.

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Her cap also tells us where she is going next—Upon graduation, Tzaitel will move to California, where she will attend the prestigious Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Southern California.



It also tells us about her future—Upon graduation, Tzaitel will move to California, where she will attend the prestigious Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Southern California.

What an accomplishment!


2. Bring a celebratory element.


Doesn’t seeing the joy on Tzaitel’s face after popping a bottle of champagne in that fountain make you smile? Popping a bottle of champagne is a great idea for a fun photo like this one!

Other environmentally friendly celebratory elements include:

  • Birdseed to toss in the air

  • Rose petals to throw in the air

  • Bubbles to blow in the air

  • Fragrant herbs like lavender or rosemary to toss in the air


3. Bring any loved ones.

Include in your photoshoot any family members and friends who have supported you along the way—after all, your graduation is a milestone for them too.



Congrats, Tzaitel!


About the Grad

Tzaitel and her family immigrated to the United States when she was eleven years old. She described the experience as a total culture shock.

Prior to moving to the States, her only exposure to American culture came from a few Disney trips. She quickly learned the language and adjusted to her new life.

Her parents—who each graduated college with honors—encouraged Tzaitel to prioritize her studies. “To them, education meant financial freedom.”

Tzaitel is graduating with a bachelor’s degree in public relations and advertising from the University of South Florida (USF). At USF, she was heavily involved in her sorority (Sigma Delta Tau) and held various leadership roles.

Upon graduation, she is moving to California, where she will obtain a master’s degree in public relations and advertising.


“It really is an art. He was somehow able to exactly capture the fun, breezy, romantic vibe of our wedding day and our relationship, and allow us to completely relive this day through our gallery.”

"I never understood the skill and artistry of a good photographer until I met Eddy"

- Jaclynn

He took the time to get to know us, our family, and friends which made everyone feel comfortable and seen during the wedding day. Throughout the process he was a phenomenal resource for the wedding industry which made the whole planning experience enjoyable, smooth and seamless.

 He is one of the reasons that our wedding will forever be the best day of our lives.

- Claudeane

"We can't say enough WONDERFUL things about our experience with Eddy—"

—the attention to detail, ease of working together, his fun personality and his dedication to his work are top notch. Simply capturing the people that were there was one thing, but Eddy captured the emotions and the story behind the entire day and for that we will be forever grateful.