Newborn photos are some of my favorites. Especially when I have the opportunity to photograph a family before the new little one arrives, as I did for the parents Rachel and David. It always reminds me of the power in each moment and how it can change your life in an instant. Babies have a way of bringing a whirlwind of overwhelming emotions along with them. Particularly in those first few weeks when you’re adjusting to all the newness. (Not to mention, lack of sleep!)

This little bundle of joy, Benjamin, arrived in early June. The family was excited to share lots of images along with the news of his arrival with family and friends. They were planning to send out a large number of birth announcements to welcome Benjamin to the family.

The Pomerance-Berl’s also wanted some family photos of the whole family together and of the older children with their new baby brother. It was so much fun to see how excited the older siblings, Talia and Josh, were to welcome their little brother to the family.

The newborn photos of Benjamin turned out so lovely. He’s one handsome little man, and clearly so loved. You can see all the adoration written in everyone’s faces when they’re near him. I particularly love all the photos of his parents together with him. There were some very touching moments with Mom and Dad experiencing the rush of the emotions that comes in these early days of life with a new little one. So sweet! I look forward to seeing little Benjamin and the rest of his family again soon!

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Mom holding baby for Creative Photo ProjectsWhen a new little one enters your life, there are so many memories to cherish. The first year is especially chalk full of momentous occasions. With everything that goes on, one of the hardest things for parents is finding a creative way to document all the changes. Fortunately, there’s plenty of ideas to go around. Here is my list of some of my favorite creative photo projects to document your baby’s first year. Check them out!

  1. Photo a Day – Calling all you first-time parents: If you’re the ambitious type, this is a fun photo project for you. One of the best ways to document all the changes as they happen is to snap a picture every single day. We’ve all got smartphones with us, so this really is easier than it sounds. If you keep the frame of the photo consistent, you will have some fun options down the road.
  2. Timelapse – Speaking of those fun options, here’s one. Take the photo-a-day idea a step further with the dynamic aspect of video. Set to a little music, running through each of the 365 photos in a timelapse movie is sure to be a keeper. You’ll really see the incremental changes turn into monumental ones right before your eyes.
  3. Monthly Birthdays – Capture the changes, but don’t worry about the daily minutiae. I’ve seen many parents who get special shirts (dresses, or onsies!) with the number of months old their baby is. This can also be done with chalk backgrounds with the numbers, or a prop beside them. Whatever you choose, keep it consistent. Then, snap a new photo each month in the same location with the updated object/outfit.
  4. Comparisons – While we’re on the subject of monthly photos… Did your little one get a keepsake object before they were born? If so, immortalize it in a unique way by creating comparison portraits. Have your little one sit or lay with the keepsake and take a new photo each month. (This is just like the monthly birthdays.) The idea for this one is to compare how big they get in relation to the special object.Baby on sheepskin run next to a red heart plushie for creative photo projects
  5. Momma’s Arms – This is a just like the monthly birthdays, too, but a bit more family focused. Take a photo of Momma while she’s still pregnant. Then, each month, take a photo of baby in Momma’s arms. Be sure to keep baby in front her body to symbolize where they started and how far they’ve come. Keep outfits, lighting, and shots consistent for the best results.
  6. Baby Book – You know, we all go out and get them, but you’d be surprised how few baby books get filled out. This is a great opportunity to not be a statistic. Go through every page and making sure your baby’s details are written down. Complete the pages with all those updated photos it asks you to include. There’s a reason those special events are in here. Time goes by so fast. When you look back later, you’ll be happy you finished it.
  7. Calendar – Most of us have at least one calendar in our home or office. Calendars make the perfect project to create a beautiful montage that not only celebrates your baby’s changes, Room Decor Creative Photo Projectsbut doubles as something you look at every day. This makes a great gift for grandparents, too!
  8. Love Letters – Social media creates some unique and fun opportunities for photos. If you have a Facebook account, set up a baby “Scrapbook” to post your love letters to them. Take a photo, then add your letter to the side using Facebook’s own editing software, or utilizing another program like Canva or Rhonna. This turns the adorable picture you take from a picture to a love letter meme you can all look back on in the years ahead.
  9. First Year Package – For a polished project, you can also go the route of hiring a professional to craft your photo project. I’d be remiss if I didn’t at least mention what I offer my clients. With my First Year Package new parents receive three photo sessions geared toward documenting baby’s first year. It all starts with a newborn session, then a six-month session, and of course finishes up with a 1-year-old session. At completion, parents have an heirloom coffee table album and one wall print from each of the 3 sessions to adorn their walls. No mess, no fuss. I make the magic happen and you relax and take in all the fun with that little one.Heirloom Coffee Table Album - Creative Photo Projects

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Picture of Smartphone PhotographyOne of the greatest things about having a smartphone is the many uses it brings to family photography on-the-go. Smartphone photography makes it so much easier to be unobtrusive as we shoot our families candidly. In some cases, you’re able to take photos on location in places you’d never bring your DSLR camera. Whether you’re simply taking day-to-day lifestyle shots, or getting

Here are a few ways you can take your mobile photography game up a notch.

  1. Apps – There are hundreds of apps out there to help you take awesome photos. When looking for the best apps to suit your smartphone photography needs, consider the following:
    • Types – If you’re looking for apps specifically for taking photos, use apps that allow you to use focus and exposure separately. Most native apps that come with your smartphone won’t give you this level of control, but you can take some very intriguing shots with the right levels of exposure and focus.
    • Small child plays with leaves for smartphone photographyEnhancing – Enhance your photos on the fly for social media using a variety of different enhancement apps. There are specific apps you can use solely for altering your photos, or you can use the in-app edits to change up the filters, and tones.
    • Organization – Keep your favorite apps in a prominent place, so you’re able to pull them up quickly. You never know when there’s a great photo opportunity in the making.
  2. Lenses – Depending on your level of experience, there are some really great accessories out there. You can up your game by adding on different lenses to your smartphone to get a better focal range, or vary your light distortion. Get more detail on your macro images and much more.
  3. Selfie Sticks – Smartphones have made getting in on the photo action so much easier. However, it can be hard to frame the shot properly. Why not try investing in a selfie stick to help you out? They’re small, handheld sticks that allow you to take a photo from your phone at a further distance.
  4. Kids outside for smartphone photographyProtective Cases – Even the most cautious of us can drop our phones from time to time. Unfortunately, pretty cases don’t always offer the protection we need for our smartphones. This is especially true when you’re taking photos in a variety of locations. Invest in a good case, preferably one that can get wet. Some cases are even build to pair with the smartphone lenses, we’ve already discussed.
  5. Mini Tripods & Stands – You never know when it will come in handy to have a stable camera/smartphone. There are a bunch of different mini tripods and various stands you could choose from to help you out. They come in handy for photography and can be great when you need to quickly entertain an upset baby or small child.
  6. Framing – Just because it’s easier to take photos, doesn’t mean you can’t take a great shot. It does, however, require a little foresight and focus on what’s in the frame. Before you get snap happy, take a few moments to notice the space around your subject(s). Remove any elements you don’t want in the frame, or move around to eliminate the things you don’t want to photograph. Shoot from different angles to get a different perspective and atmosphere.
  7. Family sitting together under tree for smartphone photographyLighting – Even on a smartphone, lighting is just as important as it was before. Take notice of your light as you frame up your images and subjects. Experiment with where the light comes from and the type of light you have to work with.
  8. Timing – Most apps, including native camera apps will have a countdown option. This is so you can set your phone up and walk away. Bust out your mini tripod or stand, and take an impromptu family photo. Best of all, you can be in it! You can also set up many timers to take a series of shots. This helps to be sure you get one where you’re all looking at the camera.
  9. Series – Speaking of a series of shots… Photos can tell a story, if you let them. In fact, when you string a series of photos taken together, you’ll have a much different vibe than if you simply video it. In some ways, it has a more authentic, fun atmosphere. A series also provides the opportunity to share only the specific moments that stand out to you.
  10. Panoramic – Most smartphones have a panoramic option, which provides great opportunities for scenic photos. If you’re traveling or visiting somewhere with terrific views, consider using this to remember more of the details.

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I originally met Jen Barlev and her husband Gili, along with baby Samuel, when they were attending a baby massage class. I happened to be there to photograph the class for the Breastfeeding Center, and I’m so glad I was called in. Jen and Gili loved the images I took of their family during the class. They even ordered a couple of prints, which are now hanging in their house.  Jen contacted me a few months later, inquiring about doing a custom session with her and her little guy.

 

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The Photo Session

As a first time client, it was so much fun to talk with Jen and listen to her vision for the session. In fact, it inspired how I approached shooting the photos of her with Samuel. Jen’s overall vision was to capture some mother/son moments to symbolize the bond that has grown between the two of them. She has a few beautiful wraps to carry Samuel around in and wanted to capture the memories of baby-wearing with him, especially since he’s growing so fast and time is passing so quickly. Capturing these images was a beautiful visual representation of the closeness between them. In the end, it was a fun, collaborative experience that we both really enjoyed.

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We had to postpone the shoot a couple of times due to illness. Coincidentally, both of the cancelled dates had been gloomy and rainy. When we did finally manage to get together, it was warm (albeit a bit humid), but clear. More importantly, everyone was happy and healthy!

The session itself took place at the Barlev’s home and around their neighborhood. We started out with some playtime and reading together inside. I love the photo of the two of them sitting on the floor, engrossed in their story together. Then, we proceeded outside to burn off some energy.

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When it was naptime, we headed out for a stroll until Samuel settled in for a snooze. Then we made our way over to a lovely local coffee shop called Swings that Jen frequents with Samuel. As any new mom knows, being at home alone with a baby can sometimes feel isolating; Swings provided a welcome respite for Jen during those early days. While Samuel lay fast asleep in Jen’s arms, I was able to document mother and son at the place that holds some special memories of a time that is quickly passing. The scene perfectly epitomized the emotion Jen had envisioned capturing on film that day. Heart=melted.

Mom and Son out for a walk for Babywearing Photo Ideas

Artwork On Display

During the viewing session, Jen and I brainstormed together to come up with the best way to display her favorite images. This resulted in a plan to hang a large framed print in the living room. In addition, we worked on creating a beautiful arrangement for a series of three gallery wraps to be hung together at the top of the stairs on the second floor. The images all compliment each other and are a touching expression of the mother/son bond.
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I absolutely love photographing multiples! First time clients, the Kirchue family, came to me thanks to my lovely client, Margot Price. Danielle Kirchue (Mom) became acquainted with Margot through the Well Dressed Wolf Facebook group they belong to together. These ladies are fiercely adoring of this dress company and how beautiful their girls are wearing them. Margot mentioned to Danielle how the Kirchue girls (triplets, no less!) could take part in a Mini-Session Mixer with me. It would be a great opportunity to photograph the girls in their WDW dresses, which is what both ladies were looking for.

The Session

This session was taken at the same time as the Price’s recent family session. When we got together at the National Cathedral Bishop’s Garden, it was unseasonably cold and windy. This meant the three 4-year olds, Ava, Giuliana, and Leah had to wear jackets to keep warm. However, they coordinated so well! The girls were the spitting image of adorableness in their WDW dresses, matching jean jackets, and cowboy boots. Wouldn’t you agree?

The one challenge I ran into for this session was getting all three girls in the same place at the same time. Danielle mentioned to me in the past Leah had been the toughest to photograph. For this session, it certainly wasn’t the case. I was able to capture some nice moments with Leah smiling and interacting with her sister Giuliana. On the other hand, little Ava wouldn’t leave her Mom’s arms that day. This meant I wasn’t able to get a photo of the three girls all together, or one of her separately. I did manage to capture a photo of Ava snuggling up with her mom, though. (That photo isn’t included here.)

On Display

Danielle has opted to have a beautiful image folio made of these four images. They were perfect for showing off the adorable WDW dresses and the gorgeous little girls in them.

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240 years ago today, the United States was born – and today, we celebrate with July 4th photo opportunities! There’s so much to do and so many wonderful memories worth capturing on film to remember. Here in DC, there’s really an endless stream of opportunities to consider. In all the hustle and bustle, it’s easy to forget to take out the camera or smartphone and snap up some shots.

Little girl walking down sidewalk to view parade July 4th photo opportunitiesHere are a few of my favorite July 4th photo opportunities we all need to take time to snap up:

July 4th Photo Opportunities

  1. Sparklers. If you’re a family who enjoys at-home fireworks or sparklers, this can be a great photo opportunity to
    capture the wonderment and amusement on your children’s faces. Please remember to use common sense and caution, though. Follow minimum safe distances and age restrictions on the sparklers. Then, find fun and unique angles to capture the delight. For littler ones, try the same photo with blowing bubbles or dandelion seeds!Little girl blowing bubbles July 4th photo opportunities
  2. Picnic. Everyone loves a good BBQ. If you’re enjoying time with friends and family this 4th, snap up the kiddos enjoying a great big slice of watermelon, or taking a big bite of their hot dog. Gather your loved ones around and get them all involved in some camera love to look back on in the years to come.photo of 2 boys sitting on a step eating hotdogs
  3. Parade. 4th of July offers some of the best in parades. It’s a great time to have festive, patriotic outfits or head gear for photos. You could also have the kids get their faces painted with stars and stripes on their cheeks. Then take a few photos in front your favorite parts of the parade as it passes by.
  4. Fireworks. Most kids love the traditions associated with the 4th. None of those traditions is more memorable than the annual fireworks. Remember to snap up some photos of everyone huddled together, waiting for them to begin. Huddle together with blankets as dusk begins to settle and the temps drop down.
  5. Glow-in-the-Dark Fun. As it starts to get dark, you’ll likely see kids everywhere with their glow-in-the-dark necklaces, bracelets, swords, and more. This is a super fun way to capture your Independence Day memories and the wackiness of kids. One thing to keep in mind, you’ll want to use a true camera, and not your smartphone to capture these ones. You’ll need to slow your shutter speed down to 10-15 seconds and open your aperture wider. This is likely one of the more challenging shots, but well worth it. Play around to see what works for you.

Happy 4th, Everyone!

I wish you the very best 4th of July filled full of family, fun, and photos. Hopefully our forecast of rain will hold out so everyone can enjoy this holiday the way it’s meant to be enjoyed.
Stay safe and enjoy the holiday.
Happy Holiday Snapping!

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Siblings play on a wooden fence to get Kids to Cooperate for PhotosIt’s safe to say getting kids to cooperate for photos is a challenge. This is true for professional photo shoots, or if you’re taking the photo yourself for your family. In fact, I’d wager it’s actually harder when you’re trying to capture your own photos! I’ve been photographing families and kids of all ages for years. I have a few tricks up my sleeves. Hopefully, they’ll come in handy when you’re chasing your little ones around trying to capture that perfect shot.

5 Tips to Get Kids to Cooperate for Photos

  1. Find Your Inner Silly – This tip is especially key when you’re trying to photograph your own kids. Sometimes we can get so serious with our little ones. However, trust me, busting out a little silly will go a long way! It’s easy to be silly with babies, but older kids might be pushed to the edge of creativity. Sometimes older kids can be bored or tired of mom and dad’s old tricks, so try something new and get your camera ready!
  2. Boy jumping on bed to get kids to cooperate for photosSurprise Them – Speaking of older kids, I’ve found a great way to get them to cooperate is to surprise them. Whether it’s a bit of shock value, or simply not telling them you’re about to photograph them, you can get great shots.
  3. Bribery – I said it before with getting dads to cooperate and I’ll say it again now. I’m not above bribery every once in a while! It’s okay to temp kids to sit still for a few moments for an extra half hour of tech time, or an after session treat. Do what works and relax about the rest.
  4. Be Ridiculous – Kids love the ludicrous. Sometimes, you just have to be utterly ridiculous to capture and keep your kids’ attention. Talk about something totally silly like underwear, farts, or burps and watch them burst into a fit of giggles. Then, get that camera ready to capture the results. They might just turn out to be the very best ones you’ve taken.
  5. Hand Over Control – When all else fails, sometimes giving kids a little time to adjust and immerse themselves in the process is just what you need. Hand over the camera and let them take a couple of pictures so they feel included. Who knows, they might even take a photo of you.Little girl on on steps to get kids to cooperate for photos Then at least you’re in ONE photo from their childhood. (Am I the only one who ends up missing from my son’s photos because I’m behind the camera? I hope not!)

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If you liked these tips, I teach these and so much more in my SNAP HAPPY Classes, so be on the lookout if you’d like to learn more. My next class is coming up at the Breastfeeding Center of Greater Washington DC on July 23rdCheck it out!

 

 

 


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Not long ago, I had the opportunity to get in a lovely mother-son mini-photo session. It’s not often I get to photograph a duo like this, so it was a nice change of pace. It was the first time I photographed the “B” family. Mom and son are friends of Teresa Bernstein and were one of the families she invited to take part in the Mini-Session Mixer on the grounds of the Washington National Cathedral.

Elizabeth (Mom) wanted to take the opportunity to document her adorable little boy, Leo, at this age. Who can blame her? Her son is an absolute cutie pie and full of adventure, which you can see written all across his face. Leo has some beautifully expressive dark brown eyes that drew me in and lit up the photographs. And look at that impish smile as he plays with the bubbles! So sweet! I think you can tell from the photos that they enjoyed the session as much as I did.

The day of the mini-session mixer proved to have the best weather we’d seen in weeks. It was the only weekend of sunny skies between a record number of chilly, gloomy, and rainy days in May. The Cathedral grounds were resplendent with blooming flowers and greenery providing a picturesque backdrop for all of the photos. Considering the rest of the month, I felt really lucky that I had this one gorgeous day to work with three lovely families to capture some special memories together.

On Display

Elizabeth is planning to display these photos in a gallery going up the stairs in the center hall of their colonial home. They’ll be a lovely addition and will be something the whole family can look back on with fondness throughout the years.

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Julie Kubal family portraits Washington D.C.

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A distinguished couple sit together for an anniversary photo, overcoming camera shyness. Everyone has a little camera shyness they have to overcome in order to take relaxed, beautiful portraits. Whether it’s a family photo, engagement photo, or a personal portrait, finding what works for you to let your authentic self shine is critical. The trouble is, what works for one person may not work for the next. Throughout the years, I’ve found there are a handful of techniques that seem to work best for most people.

Here are a few of the ones I suggest:

    1. Distract away. Most of the time, people are just self-conscious and unsure of how to act when the camera lens is pointed their way. I’ve found if I can keep my clients active, busy or distracted, and chatting away with myself or their family members – most people will ease into their role in front of the camera. It’s the number one technique I use to get my clients to relax and have fun with the process.
    2. Dress for success. Because many people are self-conscious, they often feel they don’t lookFamily Photo Shootthe way they want. One way to overcome this kind of camera shyness is to prepare in advance by dressing for success. Go shopping for a new outfit and don’t stop until you have one you feel utterly comfortable in. When you look good, you feel good. When you feel good, you can relax!
    3. State of mind. Another way to get over camera shyness is to give your mind a way to releases all the anxiety you have before your session. Try doing something that helps you relax. For some people, this could mean finding time to meditate, do yoga, or play soothing music. For others, it could mean kickboxing, going for a run, or swim. Whatever it is, do something that helps to calm you down and chill out.
    4. Stay playful. Your photographer, whether it’s me or someone else, has an arsenal of techniques they’ll deploy during your session. By staying playful and rolling with the punches,you’ll likely see photographic success once you see the finished images.
      It might seem silly to throw leaves in the air, climb a tree, or play with your children the way you normally would. But trust Dad playing with son, overcoming camera shynessyour photographer’s experience and expertise to capture a great image for you and your family. If they’re trying to get you to laugh, or unwind, there’s a reason. So stay playful and enjoy the time you have.

Taking photos should be a fun way to memorialize the way your family looks, and interacts as you continue to grow together. Remember, it’s okay to be a little camera shy, but don’t let it stop you from being involved and taking great photos.

 


Julie Kubal family portraits Washington D.C.

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Julie Kubal is a child and family portrait artist and photographer serving Washington DC, Maryland, and Northern Virginia. She is passionate about creating warm and meaningful artwork through modern portraits and lifestyle photography at a location of your choice!

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I recently had the privilege of getting together with a new family, the Plovnicks, for a family photography session. They were the top bidders at the Murch Elementary School auction last year. After much coordinating, we were finally able to get a date on the calendar this past spring.

When we talked, I found out they wanted to capture a nice family portrait, along with pictures of the three kids together. In addition, they wanted nice images of their youngest, Valerie, who was last photographed when she was just a year old. This was a great opportunity to get updated photos of her along with the rest of the family.

Their session fell on one of the days during a record stretch of rainy weather. In fact, there was a fine drizzle coming down as I was driving over to their home. I thought we might have to cancel, but hoping for the best, I continued on to their house. Luckily, the rain never got heavier than that. It turned out to be a lovely evening, even if a little wet. The photos all turned out lovely as well. The family was adorably dressed and would you look at that gorgeous red hair!

All three of the kids were very easy to work with. This, of course, translated into laid back and relaxed photos that highlighted the kids’ personalities. You can see Rosemary’s spunky nature just by the look in her eyes. Nine-year-old Kevin looks very much the distinguished older brother. Don’t you think? The photo of the whole family turned out beautifully, as well, showcasing the handsome family in front of their home.

On Display

The Plovnicks plan to display the family photo prominently in their living room. A second photo of the three kids together will be showcased in their dining area. Both pictures will be printed as large gallery wraps and finished in gorgeous float frames. Float frames, for those of you who haven’t seen them yet, are a new framing option that I recently started offering that gives a formal, finished look to gallery wraps, perfect for more traditional homes. I know they’ll be very pleased with how the prints turn out, which will surely enhance their living space with fond family memories.

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Julie Kubal family portraits Washington D.C.

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Julie Kubal is a child and family portrait artist and photographer serving Washington DC, Maryland, and Northern Virginia. She is passionate about creating warm and meaningful artwork through modern portraits and lifestyle photography at a location of your choice!

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