Sean // NH Senior Portrait Photographer

Last week I met up with Sean for his senior portrait session. He traveled down from the Lake Winnipesaukee area and met me in Newington at Fox Point. This is a nice little area for a portrait session. You’ve got water and a dock on Great Bay, woods and dirt roads, clapboard building and a very old truck (I don’t really know my old cars) sitting out next to a garage. There is a lot to work with here. Throw in a handsome high school senior and some gorgeous evening light and it’s money! Here are a few of my favorites, starting out down by the water…

We found that old car…

After shooting at Fox Point for a bit, we headed on over to the old General Sullivan Bridge (Rt. 16). I have always wanted to shoot here, and love the feeling of being out on such and old, seemingly forgotten bridge. You have the add draw of a perfect sunset vantage point. So, even if the skies aren’t spectacular, like last Saturday, you’re still going to have a warm, vibrant glow to work with…

Abandoned structures rock!

This was the shot I had been thinking about for a long time. Out in the middle of the abandoned road with nothing but the setting sun (I added the “sun”, since it actually sets to camera left…

And one more to end on. At one point walking out on the bridge the path is narrowed down and it says “no more than 12 people at a time”. That isn’t a whole lot of weight on such a large structure. But, looking at all the rust and crumbling concrete I get it. I can’t believe I was leaning out over one of these railings!!!

Thanks, Sean, for coming down. You were great to work with. Good luck at Northeastern!