The winner in our contest for the 11x14 metal print is . . . (drum roll please) . . .
We photographed both Jake and his girlfriend Jenna for their senior portraits on the same date in July. This turned out to be a really neat idea since we were also able to do a "couples session". What an adorable couple they were too! Jake and Jenna started dating in their sophomore year and their relationship continues to grow. According to Jake's mom, they do everything together and each one thinks of the other first. So it was only natural that Jake would choose this image of the two of them as his pick for the metal print. I can't wait to see how it comes out, and will be sure to let you all know! I especially love how relaxed and comfortable Jake and Jenna look in this photo which speaks volumes about their commitment to one another. The tall grass and natural setting also compliment the calm and peaceful feeling conveyed by this photo, and their relationship with each other.
Here are some more portraits we took of Jake and Jenna,
And of Jake alone . . .
Jake is a volunteer for the Farmington Fire Department, and is planning to study criminal justice upon graduating from Plainville High School this year.
If you are thinking of hiring a photographer to take your senior portraits, please take a look at THIS POST on getting the most from your senior portrait session.
Steadman Photography offers free buddy shots only available during your high school senior photography session, so consider scheduling your session to inclue your best friend, significant other, pet or family members.
To celebrate the New Year and introduce a new product for 2015, Steadman Photography would like to give away an 11x14 metal print to someone we've photographed in 2014.
To help us decide which one of our amazing clients should win, please vote for your favorite photo by leaving a comment below telling us what you love about the image. Your comment should also identify the image by giving the name of the subject (so for example, "I love this portrait of Amy because her smile is so natural").
The subject of the photograph receiving the most comments will win the metal print of any image they choose from their 2014 session. It's perfectly o.k. to comment on your own photo, but only one comment from the same person will be counted for each image.
Voting ends at midnight EST on Monday, January 26, 2015. The winner will be announced on this blog within two weeks of the contest end date.
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