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ABOUT nFOCUS

Crystal Lake Illinois Senior Photographer

Nick Porcaro – Photographer

Graduating high school is quite an achievement and I know for a fact you want to remember this time in your life with gorgeous senior photos that reflect your true personality. You wouldn’t be here if you didn’t.

But I bet you also want your photo shoot to be exciting and fun without feeling awkward. And above all else, you don’t want to end up with boring senior photos!!

If all that’s true, I know I can help!

My name is Nick and my goal is to provide you with a senior photo experience you won’t be able to find anywhere else. I do that by making sure all the details are covered!!

Posing, lighting, location, outfit choices and more all go into a successful senior photo shoot. And I’m there to guide you every step of the way.

Combine all those details with a relaxed atmosphere that allows you to be you and the results are exceptional senior photos that let your personality shine!

Parents are a big part of the process as well. We encourage your Mom or Dad to attend your photo shoot where they’ll have a chance to witness your confidence grow in front of the camera.

Parents will also appreciate the high quality products we offer as well as our variety of print and digital collections that meet every budget. These photos will provide great memories for your entire family for years to come!!

Keep in mind nFocus is not for everyone – I can only photograph about 70 seniors a year and almost always just one a day. So when it’s your day, I’m not thinking about the next two sessions – My focus is entirely on you!

If all that sounds good, the first step is to schedule a free senior photo consultation with you and one of your parents. Click on the info button below and I’ll be in touch with some potential meeting dates. Or if you or your parents just want to ask some questions feel free to email or call and I’d be happy to answer any questions you might have.

I PROMISE you will LOVE every minute of your senior session!

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