True New Englanders relish the gift that Mother Nature gives us as she serves up four uniquely beautiful seasons. Our local landscapes experience a wardrobe change each season and we here at Louise Michaud Photographer would love to photograph you in each one. Portraits and headshots for all seasons!
This is why we have started an “All Seasons” portrait portfolio to capture your beauty in each season. If you have an absolutely favorite season, we can certainly shoot your portrait then. BUT, there is certainly no reason to lock your headshots or senior portraits into just one season anymore!
Check out the Fall and Winter shots below. Stay tuned for a blog that will highlight the Spring and summer work that will round out this client’s portfolio.
Fall portraits burst with color and change
Have some fun with the yellows, reds and browns of fall. Rest in the beautiful end of season change. Celebrate the change of light and color.
Listen to the leaves rustle as you wear some of your favorite fall styles that help you blend into the season for a cool day outside
We all look different in each season, just as nature does. If fall is a special season to you, be sure to capture your portrait.
Winter portraits – reflection and looking forward
Crisp blue skies, fresh fallen snow set the stage for outdoor activity. Bundle up and head outside.
Winter allows us to reflect on the year past and to prepare for a new year. We wear layers of clothes that still preserve fashion. A portrait in the Winter will remain a treasure for you and your family for generations forward.
Without a winter portrait you may never remember how beautiful you look in a snowfall.
Think of the year that has passed. Understand what you have achieved and what you need to think about in the coming New Year. This is the time to plan your resolutions and work on fulfilling them.
Get ready for your Spring portrait!
Winter, spring, summer or fall,
All you have to do is call,
And I’ll be there
Portraits and headshots for all seasons!
Camera, flashes and all, Louise
p.s. For fun facts about seasons, see: https://www.konnecthq.com/seasons/