Hannah’s Day at Cascades Trail

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You can’t help but smile when you see Hannah.  She’s spunky with an easy giggle and exudes first-grader cuteness. Some of my favorite portrait sessions are with kids. I get to be silly with them, but they also challenge my imagination and creativity.  Their high energy and constant wiggles also…

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NH Portraits for a Georgia Family

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Ahhh, summer in New Hampshire! Maureen, her two children, and their families planned a trip from their homes in Georgia to visit Maureen’s sister who lives on Lake Winnisquam. Maureen wanted to capture this moment in everyone’s lives – especially with pre-teens and two-year-old twins – a perfect opportunity for a portrait session….

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Family Portraits at a Covered Bridge

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People love to photograph New Hampshire’s covered bridges and, of course, take advantage of them for portrait settings as well. For the Robert family, they were a natural fit since Chris is a bridge engineer. On yet another gorgeously sunny Sunday, we met at Rowell’s Bridge in Hopkinton. Creating some…

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Senior Portraits by the River

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When I got up last Sunday morning, I looked outside to check the weather. Rain. Where did that come from? That wasn’t in the forecast. I had a senior portrait session scheduled with Maggie at 8:30. Delaying the shoot wasn’t an option because I had a wedding in Lincoln that…

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Fine art abstract image of flowing water

The Art of Water

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Copy others to learn, but then go your own way. Photography, like in many things, usually means seeing what others have done and are doing and copying them at least a little to understand why they’re doing it and why it works. At some point, though, to continue growing we…

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