I am falling in love with early fall sessions. This beautiful senior portrait session in Larz Anderson Park took place in early October. We had the most beautiful day and I loved working with these four gorgeous senior girls. The four of them made my job so easy – they had a blast, laughing and hanging out together. With the beautiful light we had and how natural they were in front of the camera, their senior portrait session is one I’ll remember forever.
Larz Anderson Park Senior Session
For their portraits, these girls wore a simple outfit of a cream or white sweater with jeans. A simple outfit meant that we could focus on them and their gorgeous smiles as the light went down. I love how classic their final images looked, too. They were game for everything – posing together, being silly, and making sure we captured lots of portraits of each of them individually.
Senior portraits are always a lot of fun. They’re a great chance to celebrate everything that makes your senior year exciting. Sessions are about an hour long on site in Boston – like this one in Larz Anderson Park. I really loved the idea of a group senior portrait session. It was so fun to watch them all together. What a fun way to document a friendship or two and the end of your senior year!
Congrats to all of these beautiful young women! I’m so happy for you amazing ladies!
about helena goessens photography
Helena Goessens is a senior, maternity, newborn and family photographer based in Dedham, MA. She loves to work with families and little ones in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. She lives for creativity and she loves to captures genuine connection between family members and for her kid friendly photogrpahy style. Helena Goessens offers sessions in the comfort of clients homes, outdoors and on location for those special occasions. If you are looking for a senior portrait photographer for your next senior session, be sure to browse through her senior portfolio and inquire for availability. Contact her at email@example.com or call her at 617-584-9891. For more of her work, visit her website at helenagoessens.com.