Senior week here in NH continues with Dover High School‘s graduation being tonight. As a Dover High School Senior Photographer, I am always very excited to meet new kids and Drew was no exception. His mom contacted me last summer to schedule his senior portraits and I knew from the moment she booked and said he loves to be in front of the camera, we were in for a fun session (with some tears from mom).
Senior year is such a special time to celebrate all of your child’s accomplishments and let’s be honest…you kept them alive for the past 18 years so let’s celebrate you too! Drew plays football, loves to get dressed up with his buddies and go out on the town AND he is an aspiring model. From the very first click…I knew we had gold.
Mom cried the entire session…I mean her baby is graduating high school (I will totally be that mom). Watching your baby become a man is such an amazing feeling and this mama did good. Drew is a true gentleman and a pleasure to work with.
Our evening session at Fort Stark in New Castle was the perfect backdrop for this senior session. We had a little urban feel, some beach and we threw in some football poses. I love highlighting senior’s personalities and Drew even embraced his inner photographer and asked me to try some new stuff…below was his idea and I LOVE IT!
Congratulations Drew and the rest of the Dover High School Class of 2018!
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It is SENIOR WEEK at Exeter High School here in New Hampshire and it is bitter sweet for me. I know so many of these kids graduation! Kylie was born just after I graduated from college and I was honored to be by her mother’s side the day she was born. I remember it like it was yesterday and now I am so excited to be there on the day that she graduates high school.
Kylie is such a great kid and local families here in Newfields, NH fight over her when we are looking for a babysitter. She is great with kids and is such a great role model. Her smile and giggle is infectious and it shows in all of her senior portraits.
We had a beautiful night at Great Island Common in New Castle last August. From start to finish, Kylie was beaming about her upcoming senior year and I can’t believe the end is already here. I cried the day that she was born and I am sure I will be a mess on Friday afternoon watching her graduate!
Thank you Kylie for making me an “auntie”. I am so proud of you and cannot wait to see where your journey takes you! Love you to the moon and back. XOXO, Auntie Jennie
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The snow is melting and graduation for the class of 2017 is fast approaching here in Southern New Hampshire. The Class of 2018 is soon going to rule the school and with that comes time for Senior Portraits.
Last year, I found some really great locations to do senior portraits and I would love the opportunity to capture your personality. Whether you want to have your photos done at the beach, in a field or on a farm, I strive to make your Senior Portrait Session fun and something you will cherish for years to come!
As a Senior Photographer in NH, every fall I see a mad rush to have these photos taken and turned in prior to those September and October deadlines. This year, White Wave Photography will be offering Senior Photo Sessions in May, June and July only.There are limited spots available so act fast and book those dates today so that you are stress free come the start of school.
Here are some of the deadlines for the schools on the Seacoast to help you plan your session:
Exeter High School – End of September
Oyster River High School – First Week of October
Portsmouth High School – End of October
Winnacunnet High School – Halloween
Newmarkt High School – First Week of November
Dover High School – First Week of November
The summer will be here before we know it. If you are looking for a NH Senior Portrait Photographer, contact me today to set up a consultation. I would love to work with you.
I adore my clients and I truly feel like part of the family after a session and REVEAL NIGHT. This family is no different. I met them through a mutual friend who recommended me for their daughter’s senior portraits and after a fun REVEAL NIGHT, they booked me to do their family photos the following weekend! I was so excited to be able to just hang out with them again :).
Just a few days prior, I had met Kaidin for the first time at his sister Kayley’s Senior Portrait Reveal Night and he made me laugh so hard. He is your typical 7 year old boy who is full of energy and constantly being silly (just like my own 7 year old at home)! I was “warned” that he might be a handful. I will tell you, I EMBRACE the CRAZY:). I actually love it! And this little guy did not disappoint and was full of fun the night of our session.
BEST COMPLIMENT EVER (from a 7 year old):
“We had a blast taking our photos with you! Kaidin said, “no one else is ever allowed to take his picture besides you”! :)” – Jennie Caldwell
The night ended with a little entertainment from the little clown in dad’s pickup truck!
I am just wrapping up this order and cannot wait to have their walls covered in canvases from this beautiful session.
Thank you to the Caldwell Family for making my job so much fun!
If you are looking for an Exeter, NH Family Photographer to capture your family contact me today!
Each year I photograph a handful of high school seniors in the fall and I LOVE when they ask me to go somewhere that is special to them. During our consultation, Annie had requested something with lots of color and when I suggested that we go to Odiorne State Park, she knew it would be the perfect place. Growing up on the Seacoast of NH, she spent a lot of time at Odiorne State Park playing on the playground (mom even teared up during our session remembering her little girl on the monkey bars as a kid). Now all grown up, Annie was a BLAST to photograph!
Annie and I were chatting away while jumping over rock walls and crouching down in the gorgeous fields near the beach and I asked her what her favorite feature was…she said her eyes. I could not agree more. When I saw this image in the back of my camera I squealed (EEK). Those EYES are amazing!
EVEN IN BLACK AND WHITE THEY JUST POP!!!
As the sun started to set, we hit the beach and caught that gorgeous golden hour light I was waiting for. Annie shared with me that she is taking a photography class this year and I just had to get all “photography nerd” on her:). We talked about different gear, lighting, and posing.
As a Seacoast NH Senior Photographer, I spend a lot of time at the beach but I am a sucker for great foliage. This field of yellow flowers just off the beach drew me in and made for a perfect end to our beach session in Rye.
Calling the Class of 2018!
If you or someone you know is interested in being a Senior Representative for the Class of 2018 please contact me today.
I absolutely LOVE fields. I love to photograph them, walk in them and I love how the colors change each season. When Kayley contacted me about doing her Senior Photos and asked if I knew of any places where we could do photos in a field, I knew we were a match made in heaven.
As a Winnacunnet Senior Photographer, I am always on the lookout for new locations. This summer, I spent a lot of time scoping out new locations for the Class of 2017!
Newfields, NH has the most amazing fields and farms so I had Kayley and her mom meet me at my house so we could “field hop” around the local places that I knew and loved. We started right up the road from my house where the flowers were still in bloom and the lighting was perfect.
Once we started shooting – she informed me that she was taking photography in school – EEK! I am such a photo nerd that I needed to give her tips and tricks as we were shooting.
Next we moved on to the fields behind Squamscot Beverages. I have spent SO much time wandering these fields that I knew the we would get some great shots and Kayley did not disappoint.
I am in love with the soft warmth of these images and how the light makes Kayley’s eyes POP!
Our final field of the night was one of my favorites. Vernon Family Farm has become my home away from home this summer and fall. I just LOVE hanging out there and love sharing this great farm with me clients.
As the sun went down, we ran around the farm jumping from one hay bale to another!
I am so happy that Kayley chose me to be her Senior Photographer and I hope she has a wonderful senior year at Winnacunnet! If you or someone you know is looking for a NH Senior Photographer please contact me today!