Recently I photographed Kristin Schwab, Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture at the University of Connecticut in Storrs. My approach to headshots is to photograph each individual in an authentic way while highlighting their best features. The eyes are especially important in order to connect them to their viewers as you see below. That is why I find this image compelling – you can see who she is! In this visual world we live in, the headshot has become very important. Are you putting your best face forward? If you would like to, give me a call today!
Here it is! The official Bova/Kaminsky family portrait. Every year we try to make a portrait of the family. This year when we had the time, we had no one else around to actually take the picture. So, we set out into the orchard behind our property with tripod, camera, some stands for off camera flash and set it up. We had a lot of fun in the process and I got plenty of exercise running back and forth to beat out the self-timer function on my camera! Actually, it did wonders for my hair! This one we liked the best and I share it with you. Pretty soon it will be a 20×30 metal or canvas print for our living room wall!
I had the pleasure of photographing James on a cold but beautiful day in October. He loves mountain biking and is a talented cross-country runner and runs for his High School team. He will probably do well at this in college next year as well. Here are a couple of my favorites from our studio session!
It is nearing the end of ‘Senior Season’ for me, so I am posting another cool senior! Meet Evan, a confident, outdoorsman who loves fly-fishing. We hiked down to rivers and streams, and even caught a great sunset.
Alex is an extraordinary athlete. He has excelled at many sports and continues to play baseball and Hockey for his high school. We had a great time during his senior portrait session and here are a couple of my favorites!
Playing catch up! I have been busy, however, blogging has taken a backseat! But now I have more time to share what I have been up to! I had the pleasure of spending an afternoon with Zack, a really cool Senior 2012 from E.O. Smith High School in Storrs. I love the images we created. Here are a few I’d like to share with you.
Two extraordinary people, Priya and Andy are planning an August wedding at the Riverhouse at Goodspeed Station in Haddam, CT. So, for the engagement session, we had a great time exploring the grounds of the Connecticut landmark, Gillette Castle. I am happy we postponed the first date we set, because the weather could not have been more perfect! The castle has some beautiful light in the evening and when it reflects off the stone of the castle, it is really pretty. Even in B&W there is plenty of interest there. Thank you Priya and Andy for such a fun afternoon. I look forward to the wedding coming up soon!
I am celebrating the love between Petra and Derrick on the blog today! These two very special people are to be married in October and I look forward to their wedding at Amarante’s! They were right at home in the fields around my studio in Mansfield, CT. The love I saw and felt between them warmed my heart! I feel that the engagement session is an opportunity for engaged couples to capture something special for themselves that they may not have another chance to do. These days leading up the the wedding day are very special. Thank you, guys, for a wonderful afternoon together. Thank you for stopping by my blog. Check back for other engagements, weddings and portraits; and friend me on facebook, too!
I always love photographing headshots for business or actors and musicians. Last week I had the opportunity to meet a young person who is developing her acting portfolio. We had a fun session and here are a few of my favorite images, some are headshots – some for fun! Look out, Disney, here she comes!
Here are a few images from a portrait session today. Jaliene is a natural in front of the camera. She did not bring a dress, so we made one out of black fabric instead! Thanks, Jaliene for a great shoot!