Posts Tagged ‘Maryland Family Portraits’

Maryland Family Portraits: One-on-One and One-and-MANY

Tuesday, March 1st, 2011

Meeting Rivka was an absolute dream and a walk down memory lane.  As a mother of a 6 and 8 year old, I forget what it was like to bring home that new baby. I get to live it all over again when come into someone’s home and see their new baby, all of her cuddliness and coos and the new parents so happy to welcome their new love.  They are little miracles wrapped up into perfection!  So good to see all this love in this new little family:
MarylandInfantPhotography
MarylandInfantPhotography
MarylandInfantPhotography
MarylandInfantPhotography
MarylandInfantPhotography

Oh.  Oh! OH!  Lucy, Ruby and Stella!  They are a grand package of love and stripes and flowers, all full of their own kind of spunk.  I am so glad I get to see them every year. They are a very special crew. Lucy, so excited for me to come, couldn’t seem to remember why she was so excited for me to come. It’s hard to be put on the spot like that. Life is not always a walk in the park, and sisters sometimes like to block the spotlight.
BethesdaInfantPhotography
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BethesdaInfantPhotography

DC Family Portrait Photography: I’m so lucky

Friday, November 12th, 2010

“You make your own luck.” Sage words from Tyler of Wirken Photography.  Tyler has been my mentor at two different workshops and I just can’t say enough good about the man, his photography, and his motivation to get that shot.  I was so glad to spend 3 beautiful days in Kansas City (what a great town–who knew, except the people that live and have been there) honing my skills and listening to a host of some of the most talented and forward-thinking photographic minds on this continent.  And of course, spend a little time with Tyler.

You make your own luck.  You have to be there at the right place at the right time, but with intuition and listening, you can be there.  Great photography doesn’t just happen.  It doesn’t just happen when you buy an expensive camera and gorgeous lens.   You need patience (thank you Candice Cusic for the reminder).  You need to know your equipment, and be ready.  And you need to listen with your ears, eyes and heart (thank you Still Motion) to the families and people you are with.

I am inspired and can’t wait to watch Meghan and Mike say their vows tomorrow in Baltimore.

Before I left I had a few photo sessions with some beautiful families.  Here they are.

Carson & Cooper.   I was warned in advance that Cooper was very shy with strangers.  As it turns out, he isn’t shy with a stranger that nibbles on his toes and rolls around on the floor.  He thought that was A-OK!  Carson has grown up beautifully, and he is quite the Jedi fighter and cowboy, depending on the props in hand:

RestonVirginiaFamilyPortraitPhotography
RestonVirginiaFamilyPortraitPhotography
RestonVirginiaFamilyPortraitPhotography
RestonVirginiaFamilyPortraitPhotography
RestonVirginiaFamilyPortraitPhotography
RestonVirginiaFamilyPortraitPhotography

Caleb & Dylan. John and I became great friends while I was still working as a CPA in NYC. John lived across the hall from my roommate, and then me. He is so easy to be with, and the memories I share with him are some of the best I have in NY–he was as flexible as I was. I can’t say enough good about him, his kindness, his easy laugh, and his love of his family. He met his beautiful wife Kim shortly after I left and now has adorable boys. I was so glad when they came to VA to visit my family (and get some great pictures)!

NorthernVirginiaFamilyPortraitPhotography

NorthernVirginiaFamilyPortraitPhotography

NorthernVirginiaFamilyPortraitPhotography

NorthernVirginiaFamilyPortraitPhotography

Sydney: I met Sydney one year ago and was welcomed into their warm home. Sydney, now walking sometimes falling, is simply stunning with her big blue eyes, sweet smile, and happy-go-lucky demeanor. They were so easy to be with, and I loved being a part of their morning:

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MarylandPortraitPhotography
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MarylandPortraitPhotography

Bethesda Family Portraits: 3 Times the Fun

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010

Maya, Ruby and Opal (love all of their names) were so sweet to welcome me into their rooms and playtime. Maya, the oldest, had no issues showing me the ropes and letting me right in with her giggles. Ruby came along for the ride, and sweetly gave me a little love. Opal, well she wasn’t so sure. “Who is this woman?” But we found her happy zone playing with Mom, Dad and Katherine.

Such a sweet family:

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