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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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In luck with the light.

It was a pleasure to meet this young lady recently. I photographed her older sister previously. We had some fantastic evening light for the session in a couple of locations, pure gold light for the golden hour. The golden hour is when there light is at it’s best for photos. Sometimes though the golden hour is a short 15 minutes, depending on the time of year. Often the light is not that golden either. Cooler evenings make the light seem more blue and cold. You just have to go with what nature deals you. We got dealt a very good hand for this particular evening!  I had quite a few favorites from this shoot and it was tough to select for the blog. I wish her the very best for college next year.

 

 

 

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