Long Hill Photography

Long Hill Photography

5.0 (7)
1 employee
8 years in business

About this pro

Hello, thanks for reviewing my background.  My name is Scot Langdon, I am a working professional photographer in southern New Hampshire and the Boston area.  I also teach photography to beginning students through Hunts Photo Store in Manchester NH, and teach for the Town of Watertown, MA in the adult education program. I have experience with photographing people/portraits using natural light or off camera flash/soft boxes, sports action, commercial work for company websites and interior design photography (hotels, AIRBNB, real estate agents).  I work on an hourly basis for my coaching and make myself available as needed by email for any follow up quetions after a session, at no additional charge. Our first step would be to outline with you what you want to achieve and then work backwards and build a plan to get there.  I can make the most difficult concepts easy to understand.  Thanks, Scot Langdon

I enjoy teaching the next generation of photographers.  I still enjoy talking about photography and why it's important to me.  

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Hudson, NH 03051
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7 Reviews


  • Erin S., Student with Watertown (MA) Community Education

    I recently took a photography class with Scot Langdon as part of Watertown's Community Education program. It was great! I really enjoyed how Scot provided one-on-one instruction to the class participants. It seemed as though he was able to evaluate our individual abilities and cater his personal instruction to meet everyone's unique skill level. It was also refreshing to take part in a group photography walk without feeling pressured to get the best shot; Scot encouraged us all to relax and take hundreds of photographs. If we had any questions, during or after the session, he was available and happy to help us learn. I would enthusiastically recommend this photography course to a friend. All the best, Erin S.

  • Eric M.

    I have had the opportunity to communicate with current and past customers of Scot's. All are appreciative of his ability to listen carefully, understand their needs, and deal with their business in a client focused manner. Scot would be an asset to any organization...relates very well with his customers.

  • Kathryn V. H. Client of Scot's

    Scot is great to work with...if you need a professional headshot, check him out!

  • Lynn Faherty Zimmerman, North End Living Magazine, N2 Publishing Company

    I was in a bind with a cover photo shoot and Scot was recommended last minute by another photographer friend. He not only completed the project but they all had a great time. When I say last minute I mean I needed a photographer within an hour on a Sunday! Needless to say I am so grateful and he delivered. Thank you Scot!

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Our first step would be to outline with you what you want to achieve with your photography and then work backwards to build a plan to help get you there.   I will send the plan in writing to you for approval before we start.  If you need references, I will provide them.  

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Graduated from Syracuse University, SI Newhouse School of Public Communications (Photojournalism).  Adobe Lightroom training, speedlight training for off camera flash work.  

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

I charge $40/hour.  After our formal sessions are completed, I include free follow up via email for 6 months.  

How did you get started teaching?

I started teaching/coaching photography in 2015 when I founded a photography group/club in my town, our monthly meetings held at the library.  We have different photo challenges/topics and share our work in an open, non-judgemental atmosphere. I then started after hours sessions that were well-received. 

What types of students have you worked with?

I work with beginners who just purchased their first digital camera and going on a trip; or students just learning how to use a 35mm film camera for high school; or experienced photographers who want to push their skills to the next level with advanced shooting or lighting help.  

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

On the weekends I shoot weddings, which are always a fun time to shoot alot of emotion, happy images.  

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Ask the following questions: 

Are you an expert in your field?  

Have you been a working professional and held the  responsibility for a client's project to completion?  

Where have you done this before? 

Can you outline goals and follow up to make sure the student is successful?  

What is your teaching style?  

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

What do you want to achieve and in what timeframe?  

How deep into the technical aspects do you want to go?

Is this a career change learning moment or a hobby?

Is this for fun or do you want to make money at it?  

Lessons offered

Adobe Lightroom Classes Adult Basic Education Classes Business Coaches DSLR Video Classes Marketing Classes Photography Classes