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Three friends

I thought I’d post these three girls together as they are all good friends at the same school. If I have some more time later I’ll add some more portraits from the each individual session. I really enjoyed all three sessions. The girls were really great to work with.

Message to the girls if they check out this post- Get busy picking your yearbook portrait! Not long until the deadline!

Boston senior yearbook photographer

Littleton High School photographer

Littleton senior yearbook photo

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Another High School Senior Guy

Here is an addition to the list of senior boys photographed this past Fall season and another chance for me to talk soccer and all things local. ( He is a student at my home town high school.) His sister also hung out for a while for some extra portraits. A lovely session all in all.

Littleton yearbook senior photographer

Littleton photographer

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A year for the guys

Still wrapping up orders from last year and from some recent work I’ve done it occurred to me that in 2014 I photographed more guys than gals for senior portraits. That is a first! I’d like to say it was because I’m am pretty good at holding a conversation about soccer, Manchester United, The NE Patriots and all things engineering ( because that’s what my son is into). Somehow though, I don’t think these guys came to me for scintillating conversation. The sessions were great though and I know my clients liked the end product. Here’s a selections from some of the sessions. Good luck to all for in the next step of their learning.

Concord senior portrait

Acton senior yearbook photographer

Littleton yearbook senior photographer

Concord senior portrait

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Is winter done?

It’s been a long winter here in Massachusetts and it feels like an awfully long time since I was out shooting portraits outdoors! This was a senior yearbook session from last fall which reminds me how lovely it will be  to once more be photographing in our beautiful local countryside. This young lady is a Littleton senior, her sister came along too which gave us a chance to take some great sibling portraits as well.

 

 

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A little bit of everything

For this session headed over to a stable in the area to photograph a high school senior. We did a little bit of everything, some individual portraits, some portraits with sister and  of course with some with her horse. Lovely location and evening light and the girls were very natural for the camera. Actually the horse was too! As one of these portraits is a favorite of this young lady, I thought I’d include it here in the blog.

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Mixing It Up

Here’s a few selections from a recent studio session for a high school senior. It was hard to pick out portraits for the blog because I had so many favorites. I think his Mom did too! The one good thing about studio is we can mix it up a bit with casual outdoor, formal indoor and as well as working on  some themed images which is great for musicians and sports students. It was a pleasure to photograph this young man and learn about his interests and college plans. I was very impressed with his dedication to his studies and music and I wish him all the very best for his final year at school.

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High School Senior Session

Fun session with this high school senior done before the madness of back to school got going. I really liked one of her clothing choices as shown in these portraits. The crochet/lace pattern gave some extra detail and texture with out it being in any way distracting. I am looking forward to receiving the families selections for the yearbook portrait and prints!

 

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Mini-sessions for 2014 Seniors

 

It’s been good to get going with this years senior sessions. We have our standard full sessions available but starting in September we are also offering limited weekday mini sessions for yearbook portraits. These sessions are great for those students who have a hectic schedule ahead or do not want to spend time on a full photo session.

So what’s involved? You’ll need to come on over to Littleton in your outfit of choice for a half hour shoot. We take the photos, provide you with an online mini gallery of portraits to view and then prepare your portrait of choice for the 2014 yearbook. You get a 5×7 print of the portrait too as well as a copy for your Facebook page. Cost $95. All are welcome to purchase additional prints but no minimum print order is required for these sessions.

Interested? Send Jane an email and she’d be happy to give you more information including session availability.

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Setting Records

 

When HS seniors come along for a portrait session I always suggest they bring something along or plan one outfit that refelects a hobby or sport that’s important to them. I’m sure you can guess where this young man’s interest lies. From our conversation during the session it was very clear that he’s very dedicated to both his studies and his Varsity sport.  I want to congratulate him and his high school Varsity basketball team for yesterday winning the Clark University 2013 Tournament. This is the first time in the 74 year history of the tournament that Littleton High School has won it. Way to go!

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Hello Again

It was great to meet with this young man again for his high school senior portraits recently. I had first met his family for a late fall group portrait session a couple a years ago. I worked on some other portraits with him last year too. It was easy to pick up the conversation where we left off from last time. I like to talk a lot at my high school senior sessions. Actually I like to chat away at any session unless we are trying to keep a newborn asleep. For the teens it’s a good way to get them feeling relaxed and makes for an easy going session. If I don’t know anything about the teens who come and meet me I like to find out some information on what interests them before the session.

 

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