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Rebecca Dixon • Headshot

Rebecca • Headshot

Rebecca Dixon is the head of Great American Downtown in Nashua NH.  She's into scooters and loves laughing and has a fantastic personality and a fantastic smile and presence.

I got the privilege to create a head shot for her that she'll use for social media and promotion.

And when I say privilege, I mean it.  There is a wide, vast selection of photographers that someone can choose from.  When those people come to you because they love your work, it really means something.  It isn't because they are obligated too.  I cherish every single person that selects my services from all the others that are available.  Choose the service that best fits your needs and you think looks the most awesome.

Visit Rebecca through her website.  Attend the incredible things she organizes for Downtown Nashua.  She rocks.

Hana Kahn

Hana Kahn

I met musician/photographer/blogger Hana Kahn through my friend/photographer Kathleen Frank who recently moved to NH from Florida.  We've been itching to get together and mess around and spend the afternoon making photographs, and, finally one lovely August afternoon we made it happen.

Hana Kahn

I didn't shoot a whole lot - I enjoyed helping Kathleen out with her images and just enjoying the creative process and the weather.  I brought along my Hasselblad & grabbed a Polaroid (image above) and grabbed a few shots with the Petzval.

Hana Kahn
Hana Kahn

My favorite shot from the session, though, would have to be the first image up top (and here it is again:)

Hana Kahn

This was taken using my tasty little $12 prism I bought off of Amazon.  I love how having the prism in front of the lens, twisted in the right way, gives off that gorgeous, milky out of focus bottom.  It's picking up the light and refracting it through the prism and creates what looks like this gorgeous foreground element that I'm shooting through.  I love her pose and the colors and the background.  It's a very atmospheric portrait.

It was a really fantastic afternoon, and I wish I could have afternoons like that more often.  Thanks to Hana and Kathleen for making it possible. Go visit Kathleen's website and Hana's as well.  Thanks ladies for a fantastic afternoon.