Derek|Greensboro Hardwick Vermont Senior Photographer|Around The Bend Photography

Have I mentioned how much I love photographing Seniors? LOL.

I was thrilled when Derek contacted me about being a Senior Rep for my studio. I had heard nothing but great things about him and was eager for our session. He is a muscian and attends the Tech Center. We talked about his future plans and I really enjoyed getting to know this quiet, reserved young man. Our session started at Hazen Union in Hardwick and we ventured into town, shooting at a couple of locations. It’s incredible what you see with a camera in your hand and the creative juices are flowing. I brought along Randi my summer assistant, she was such a big help and I am so glad I found her. Here is your sneak peek, enjoy and I will be happily working on your gallery over the next week! Thanks again Derek!
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Copyright Around The Bend Photography Do Not Copy Or Print!
Copyright Around The Bend Photography Do Not Copy Or Print!
Copyright Around The Bend Photography Do Not Copy Or Print!
P.S. In case you were wondering, I was able to capture a smile or too..will have to share that a bit later. 😉

  • Holly - June 23, 2010 - 9:05 pm

    These are awesome! Love the guitar….looks like there will be some great senior rep cards!

  • Lisa Manchester - June 24, 2010 - 11:24 pm

    Awesome! What gorgeous eyes! Great job, Sammi!

  • Laura - June 26, 2010 - 5:49 pm

    Wow your processing on these is awesome, his eyes look amazing!

  • […] I traveled into Hardwick for Derek’s 2nd Senior Portrait Session, I first photographed him as one of my Senior reps in the spring. His home provided us with the perfect surroundings and amazing light. I loved incorportating his love of music as he plays multiple instruments. Thank you Derek and thank you to your Mom for welcoming me into your beautiful home.  You can see more of Derek and his 1st session here. […]

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