I had so much fun planning this session with this mama! She knew she wanted to add florals and hats and I couldn’t have been more thrilled! As your Washington, DC maternity photographer, I love to add little details like this. Not only does it eleveate your session a bit, but it adds so much of your personality to your photographs!
It’s so much fun to hear you share your vision and then help you pull it off. Mama knew she wanted a beautiful field, and I knew the grounds around 48Fields would be perfect for her.
We started in the shade of the big white barn and then gradually made our way through the cut path to the sunlight field. I just love how the golden sun lights up the long grasses.
I would love to help you document your own motherhood story. If you would like more information about a session with me, I’d love to invite you to send a little note my way here.
Did you know my studio wardrobe is available to all of my clients? I know how challenging it can be to find pieces that you love for an ever-changing body. My studio wardrobe is a well-curated collection of boutique and designer dresses for both new and expectant mothers. I also have beautiful options for children up to around age 8. You can read more about my studio wardrobe here.
Clothing for mom was provided by the studio wardrobe. Dress: Free People
Florals: House of Jeanne Flowers
Jun 15, 2021
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Becca is an award-winning maternity and newborn photographer serving Washington, DC, Northern Virginia, and surrounding areas. She offers a tailored experience with a full client wardrobe, stunning light-filled studio, and unique locations locally and worldwide.
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