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Monday, May 23, 2011 by Julie | Permalink

The “B” Family

In September I had the pleasure of conducting a family portrait session with the “B” family at their Washington DC family home. This shoot included parents, Helen and Mark, as well as their daughter, Deena, 12, and their son, Sam, 10. Several months ago I donated a family portrait session to the annual auction at the synagogue I attend, Temple Micah in the Washington DC area. Because my family is new to the congregation, we don’t know many of the families yet, particularly those with older children. Helen and Mark placed the winning bid  and in late September I had the pleasure of meeting them for the first time. Helen and Mark shared with me that they hadn’t had any professional photos taken of their children since they were in preschool, and while they had some beautiful close-up photos from those earlier days, it was certainly time for an update. And so we had one very specific mission in mind: to refresh their family portraits.

The images we created will join those that already adorn their staircase wall and we also planned a large framed print of the two kids to showcase in the family dining room. And as a bonus, I was able to help them get a jumpstart on the holiday season by making their annual holiday card.

For the family portrait session we primarily utilized the sidewalk right outside the family home, where lots of beautiful foliage and tall grasses grow along their fence line. With the early fall afternoon light and the temperate  September weather, we had the perfect setting for a beautiful shoot.

I don’t frequently get the opportunity to work with older children and this family portrait session was a nice change of pace that gave me the chance to use some different skills – no need for baby squeaky toys, or a corralled area to make sure everyone stays together. Deena and her brother Sam followed my every lead and listened to each instruction with the kind of attentiveness that school teacher’s daydream about. In the end we were still able to achieve that same warm, candid feel that brings each image to life.

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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!

At last, I have come to the end of my back to school mini-sessions and the “C-D” family helped me to start the fall season on a very high note. The photo shoot featured parents Stevan and Nadira, their son Nigel, 6, Stevan’s former spouse, Jametta, and their daughter Alexis, 8.

This blended family came together, in perfect color-coordinated harmony. The adults wanted to make sure that the children could have some beautiful photos and keepsakes of all three of their parents so we all got together on a lovely afternoon to enjoy a family photo session outdoors. 

Nadira and I have been friends for a few years now, ever since our sons both entered pre-K at the same Washington, DC public charter school. That year I had the pleasure of photographing the family and crafting some unique photographic pieces for Nadira’s home and office. Today the fruits of that labor are gracing the wall in the family’s dining room. I was more than happy to photograph them again to add a few new photos to mix.

We conducted the family portrait shoot at my Washington DC home and I was half expecting my son to sneak out of the house at any moment and beg for a play date with his pal, Nigel. Thankfully, Nigel and his sister were champs and managed to stay engaged throughout our whole time together…and my son didn’t sneak out of the house until the very end of the shoot.

These family photos will be added to the “C-D” family photo collection already displayed at their family home. As young Nigel and Alexis enjoy many more back-to-school years and eventually venture off to college, I know they’ll love looking back and enjoy reminiscing over these photos. I hope to photograph them all next year and continue this wonderful tradition!

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With years of experience working as a family photographer, I work with my clients to create uniquely beautiful portraits to feature on the family’s holiday cards. Thanks to Google and shows like Ellen, we’ve all been entertained by some truly horrible family holiday cards. This year, ensure that you and your family have a truly happy holiday (and never end up on Ellen’s list!) by following these four simple tips for taking great holiday card portraits!

Mistake #1: Not planning ahead

Before taking your holiday card photo, bring the whole family up to speed regarding where and when they need to meet. Agree upon a color scheme and specify whether you are seeking a formal or casual vibe. If you’re taking the photo yourself, make sure the camera, battery, memory card, and tripod are all in proper working order. If you’re working with a professional photographer, touch base a day or two before the shoot to clarify the mission and to confirm that everything is in place.

With this family, we made arrangements in advance to meet at their home and then drive to the location together to simplify the logistics.

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Mistake #2: Trying to plan everything alone

You have a lot on your plate during holiday season and the last thing you need is the added stress of micromanaging your upcoming holiday photo shoot. That’s why I recommend that you put your photographer to work for you. We are experts at what we do and can be far more better sources of information than you might expect. Rather than googling local locations or wasting hours on Pinterest looking for the perfect portrait style, simply call up your photographer and ask for a minute to discuss your upcoming shoot. Personally, I am happy to make suggestions regarding planning, posing, time of day, locations and more.

For this photo session at the family’s home, we discussed the specific locations in their yard and the best time of day to take a beautiful family portrait.

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Mistake #3: Getting lost in cluttered backgrounds

Resist the urge to construct gaudy displays of poinsettias, stuffed snowmen, blow up nutcracker dolls, or any of the like. It’s sometimes tempting to try to capture the minute detail of your holiday decór, but it generally results in cluttered, busy-looking photography. If you’re taking your holiday card portrait at home, tune up your family’s look by toning down the holiday cheer – that is, in the material sense. Eliminate distracting backgrounds by stepping your subjects into the foreground, shooting with a shallow depth of field, and tucking away some of the excess holiday decorations.

This photo is a great example of using shallow depth of field to keep the focus on the mom and baby.

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Mistake #4: Problems with punctuation

During the holiday season, everything is done in a hurry and proper punctuation is probably the last thing on your mind. Once your prints are ready and you’re fine-tuning the holiday card design, take a minute to edit because a misplaced apostrophe or typo can put a damper on even the most beautiful holiday cards. I have to admit that even I have had to have cards reprinted due to an unnoticed stray period, but the benefit for clients working with me is that they can have complete confidence any issues won’t become their problem to deal with and that I will care of it immediately so that their perfect cards can be sent out in plenty of time to arrive before the holidays.


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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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In between portrait sessions, you’ll probably want to host a photo shoot of your own and put all our snap happy lessons to the test! Today I’d like to share with you some of my favorite photo-friendly locations in Washington DC to help set your child and family portraits up for success.

As a professional child photographer Washington DC, I serve families throughout the city and surrounding greater metropolitan area, as well as the beltway and beyond! Most of the locations I know best are right within the city limits. Here are some of my favorite photo-friendly locations in Washington DC for staging a photo shoot with your family.

#1 – Bishop’s Garden at the National Cathedral

This garden is adorned with beautiful flowers most of year and has gorgeous expanses of grass for the kids to run around on, a gazebo, as well as plenty of shady spots to enjoy.

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#2 - Meridian Hill Park

If you’re interested in keeping the kids entertained for several hours, Meridian Hill Park makes for a wonderful backdrop and place to spend a leisurely afternoon. The park design was inspired by an Italian aristocrat’s private residence and it seems that around every corner there is something to explore: over a dozen giant stone fountains, pools, historic architecture, and more.

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#3 - Mount Pleasant Library

Washington DC’s historic Mount Pleasant Library is the third oldest public library still in use in the city and is stunning to behold. The building faces north, meaning that the majestic stone facade and stairway are always bathed in soft, indirect sunlight – a photographer’s dream. Not to mention that when you’ve finished snapping pictures, you can step inside and visit what I believe is one of the best children’s book collections in all of the city!

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#4 – Your local playground!

Neighborhood playgrounds are familiar turf and they generally make your kids feel comfortable as they engage with their surroundings. As soon as you see your children settling into their natural rhythm of play, take a step back and start snapping away. Personally, one of my favorite spots is Westminster Playground, an urban greenspace settled into a gorgeous neighborhood.

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Know before you go:

Before heading out to any of these photo-friendly locations in Washington DC, there are a few things you’ll need to keep in mind.

  • Double check that your camera is fully charged
  • Be sure you have a safe place to store your purses/ bags so that your hands are as free as possible to manage the camera
  • Avoid places with construction or other hazards that your children could wander into

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Several weeks ago I spent the afternoon with some of my favorite ladies during a back-to-school photos mini-session. Tori and Damon, the leaders of this gorgeous gang, won a Washington D.C. photo shoot that I had donated to our children’s school auction last year. So, when September rolled around, Mia, 6, Zoe, 5, and Carli, 2, and Tori all joined me in my yard for some back-to-school photos & fun.

This photo shoot had originally been scheduled for the day before, but our beloved Washington D.C. weather decided to torture us with high humidity instead. As Tori and I stood together on the sidelines of our children’s soccer game, we mutually agreed to push back the shoot and wait for a break in the sticky, insufferable heat. And thank goodness we did. The next day brought with it a breath of fresh air. It was, in my opinion, the first true autumn day: a gloriously crisp breeze and bright blue sky.

My backyard had been “primped and pruned” (if not pulling weeds counts), and every leaf had perked up to greet this refreshing change in the seasons: the perfect backdrop for truly vibrant back-to-school photos. Now, not to disparage the commercial back-to-school photos that come home every year in tiny backpacks, but I can’t help but feel that they really don’t do our children justice. At best they capture a pretty smile and at their worst they are a collection of chronological mug shots – hardly child portraits capable of inducing warm, fuzzy feelings. I am committed to bringing the love back into school portraits, and mama Tori helped me do it.

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With smiles across the board, the mother-daughter love present in this family is quite palpable. From time to time, Tori would wrap her arms around the two older girls and her embrace brought out some of the most memorable moments of the afternoon. Carli, of course, was bounding around the yard and couldn’t be slowed down even by mommy’s hugs. She did however, pause long enough for me to capture that incessant twinkle in her eyes – the one that seems to say: I’m tiny and gorgeous, and have the world to take on, so if you could please hurry this photo shoot along…

These photos – of sisterly smiles, movement, and kisses on the cheeks – are the portraits that help us celebrate the start of a new school year. They help me imagine little Carli, following in her sisters’ footsteps, and little Mia blazing the trail as the oldest of the three. And they help me wonder what next year will bring for the “R” family, I can only hope it brings good things and that I can be there, behind the camera, documenting all the back to school smiles that the future holds for this family!

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The Z-P Family Portrait

Thank goodness, the Washington D.C. meteorologists heard my urgent plea for a blissful September day – because the cooler autumn weather arrived right on cue. I was in the midst of a series of back-to-school mini-sessions, and the Z-P Family was the next up to bat. Jamie and I recently teamed up as co-chairs of the PTA at our children’s school, but this was the first time I got to spend time with the rest of her family – husband, Nate, and their two sons, Walker and Phineas.

As with most every family portrait shoot, there are candid moments that take place both in front of the camera and behind the scenes. In this case, Phineas and Walker staged a protest, making it clear that they were not at all interested in sitting together – even long enough for me to click the shutter button.

Thanks to a little diplomacy from Mom and Dad, we convinced the two boys to sit together for just a moment and suggested that Walker lean in to give his little brother a kiss on the cheek. Thankfully, I managed to snap a few frames before that tiny little kiss became more of a tackle. Boys will be boys, right? And little Phineas held his own, fending off Walker’s advances and teaching all of us the beauty of true spontaneity.

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On another note, for any moms seeking wardrobe inspiration for their upcoming family portrait session, Jamie nailed it. She hit that sweet spot between polished looks and letting her family’s authentic personality shine through. It was clear that everyone was comfortable in their outfits and she even managed to incorporate a mix of textures and patterns to help give each photo depth and interest.

As Z-P family portrait shoot came to a close, Phineas and Walker looked up at us with those sweet little boy eyes that beg to be set free to go play for real – without the presence of a photographer snapping away and insisting that they hold still for just a millisecond longer. So while they may not fully understand why we spent the afternoon repositioning ourselves on the picnic blanket, I’m sure they’ll understand when they see their family portrait many years from now. And chances are they’ll still be kissing, hugging, and tackling each other just as they did on this gorgeous September day.

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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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As a Washington DC family photographer, I know a thing or two about finding perfect settings for portrait sessions and photo shoots. These are the spaces and places that really make photography come alive, while at the same time never overpowering the true subject of each shot.

Over the years I’ve come to find that my favorite place to photograph a family is in their home. I love incorporating the home into images because it adds another level of meaning and nostalgia to each image. Parks, yards, and locations that hold special significance to the family also provide excellent backdrops.  I sat down to answer some of your questions about what it takes to choose the perfect photo shoot location:


JK_120619_blog_2What are the top 2-3 things parents should consider when determining the location of their family portrait session?

    1. Is it a spot where the children will be comfortable and at ease?  It’s easier to take carefree photos of kids when the adults don’t have to be on-guard and constantly concerned about safety.
    2. Is there a place to stash their belongings so that no one has to lug around bags and purses? Unless the bag is meant to be an accessory to mom’s outfit, it probably is not going to look good in the photograph. It’s best to leave it behind if possible.
    3. Is it a quick walk or drive from home and easy to park nearby?  If a small child has to walk a long distance to get to the most picturesque spot in the world, the whole endeavor could backfire because the child often arrives worn out and grumpy by the time he or she gets there.

 

 

 

These are all practical concerns, but for advice on what will look great in the pictures, consult with the expert! Often what parents imagine to be a perfect location may be impractical or may not photograph well.

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As a Washington DC family photographer, what are some of your favorite photo shoot locations in the area?

Rock Creek Park! It’s a giant park with endless nooks and crannies, foot bridges, and open fields. For a more urban setting, Washington DC is filled with lots of great alleyways, which are often laid with brick and have cute little carriage houses and garages. All of these elements have a lot of different textures that photograph beautifully. Graffiti and weeds, which under normal circumstances would be considered an eyesore, can be surprisingly picturesque in photographs.

 

 

 

Grace_03When it comes to shooting at home, what spaces tend to work best?

The master bedroom is great because there’s room for the whole family to pile onto the bed and get cozy with each other. The baby’s nursery is particularly special because it feels like a perfect little haven, and because it will likely transform as the child grows, it’s nice to capture this space before the baby outgrows it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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What role does the location play in family portraits?

Imagine your children looking back on these pictures many years from now reminiscing about their childhood and the place where they grew up or a special spot where they spent time with loved ones. The setting can bring a whole other layer of meaning to the images.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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What are some the characteristics that make a location particularly photographic?

As a Washington DC Family Photographer I am always hunting for new locations and I tend to pay special attention to lush foliage and architectural details. It doesn’t have to be a large, well-known tourist spot (such as the memorials along the National Mall), instead it can be something as simple as a quiet street with white picket fence. If a space has the right elements and lighting, great photographs are possible.

 

 

 

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What are some of your favorite tips for finding a great photo shoot location?

This is a wonderful topic that I teach parents in my Snap Happy Class. The main factor to consider is the quality of the light! When photographing people, look for areas of open shade with soft, diffuse light as opposed to direct sun, which can look quite harsh in photographs. Just inside a doorway, on a porch with an overhang, or next to trees with a large leaf canopy. The scenery in the background is not as important as the light shining on the people who are the focus of the images. Just be sure that there aren’t any distracting elements in the background that can draw attention away from the focus on the people!


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About the Author:

Julie Kubal is a child and family 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!

This year I donated four mini-sessions to my son’s school auction and the “E” family placed one of the winning bids. Deciding to beat the Christmas rush, they booked a September session for their holiday portraits in hopes of capturing a photo worthy of their 2014 holiday card.

This marks the fourth annual holiday photo session with Eliza, Dan, and their five-year-old twin daughters, Sonia and Eve. I first photographed this gorgeous duo when they were less than a year old. Today, nearly six years later, it is a pleasure to see how the bond between them has grown and how beautifully complement each other.

These two ladies have entirely different personalities, which becomes more evident every time that we spend time together. Eve, the little lady holding the flower, settled easily into the task at hand, while Sonia yearned to move onto some other activity. Thankfully, Dad saved the day by winning her attention with a steady stream of silly jokes and playful games. I was very impressed with his impromptu comedy and am considering offering him a part time job as my child-wrangling sidekick.

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This holiday portraits shoot was held in my backyard and garden, which I think that I may have subconsciously groomed my back yard to serve as the perfect natural backdrop. It is spotted with nice shady corners and rich with lush greenery, much of which consists of beautifully photographic weeds (don’t tell anybody).

The previous day was a scorcher – hot, humid, and upwards of 90 degrees. Thankfully, that sultry summer humidity broke overnight and gave way to a gorgeous fall day perfect for hosting a family portrait session outdoors.

As a family photographer, I feel that it is such a privilege to work with the same family year after year and to participate – albeit in a small way – in their lives and the changes that they go through with the passing of time. Unfortunately, Sonia and Eve have moved to a new school across town, which means that our paths won’t cross in the carpool lane or at school events. In any case, I wish them a wonderful year at their new school and I hope to see them again next year!

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Julie Kubal is a child and family 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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As parents, we all want to improve our child photography skills. But creating candid portraits of your children requires a little bit of planning on your part to ensure that when the moment arises, you’re able to do it justice. However, children make for challenging models no matter what their age may be. We’re talking about sleepy eyes, blurred bodies, and easily distracted balls of energy. That’s a lot to handle when you’ve got your hands full with a camera.

As a mom and a child photographer, both my work and my life has taught me valuable lessons about how to create timeless child portraits. Here are some of my top tips for taking better pictures of your kids:

Stop flashing!

Contrary to what you may believe, your camera’s flash is not your best friend. This blinding light can result in unflattering shadows, distorted skin tones, and Dracula-like red eyes. Fiddle around with your camera’s settings and disable the flash entirely. Then – and only for very specific occasions – flip it back on.

 

Adjust your shutter speed

Working with a fast lens and shutter speed is essential for shooting child portraits without flash, whether you’re working indoors or outside. Speeding things up will allow you to blur out the background and minimize your photo’s depth of field, drawing attention only to your subject matter.

 

 

Julie_Kubal_Tyler_03Take it down to their level

Rather than staring down at your children and shooting from the heights, vary up your angles by getting down on your kids’ level.

 

Play freeze!

If you’re interested in hosting your own child photography session, keep your kids engaged by turning the photo shoot into a game. Try a little round of Simon Says or Freeze! to transform your family into modeling pros.

 

 

 

Lucy_04Forget about eye contact

Most candid photos are those of children exploring their environment, playing with friends, or falling fast asleep. To avoid causing a portrait to feel posed, try to catch your kids off guard. No need to look at the camera, no need to smile for mommy – just let them be.

 

Take too many

I often find that moms and dads set sky-high expectations for their photography skills, thinking that each shot has to result in earth-shaking art. As a professional child photographer, I can attest to the fact that we photographers take far more photos than we use. Why? Because we know that the more images we snap, the higher the probability we have of snapping up something magical.

 

 

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Turn on continuous shooting

Try out continuous shooting mode to capture all of your children’s fleeting expressions and lightning-fast movement. Download everything onto your computer and dump the images that don’t work, leaving behind only the cream of the crop.

 

If you’re interested in learning more about perfect your child photography, sign up for my Snap Happy Workshop! I’ll share with you my top tips for stepping up your family photography and capturing keepsake-quality portraits every day.


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Julie Kubal is a child and family 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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Stunning family photos are priceless treasures, but undoubtedly professional photo shoots come with a price tag. Nowadays everyone has a digital camera in hand and half of them offer photographer services on the fly. So the question inevitably becomes how can you be sure that your investment is safe? Here are my top tips for picking the right family photographer for you:

Clarify what you’re looking for and do some window shopping.
Knowing what end products you want to purchase will help you weed out the photographers who can not satisfy your needs. Ask yourself: How many different photo selections are included in the cost of a portrait session? What kinds of products does each photographer offer? Are canvas wraps, standouts, albums, or digital files available? What are the prices of these photography products?

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Don’t get carried away by a sale. Everyone loves a good deal, but deep discounts should never be the deciding factor in selecting one photographer over another. Why? Because the bargain is a bust if you wind up with photos you hate. Quality photographers invest in excellent equipment and professional-grade printing. When it comes to family portraits, you almost always get what you pay for.

Grace_01Get a sense of style.
Family photographers each have a particular perspective and some will be more willing to adapt to your particular needs than others. Peruse their profile, ask for samples, and spend some time getting a sense of their unique aesthetics. Notice their editing style and try to envision how that portrait look would incorporate into your home. Is the lighting too dramatic? Do the shots look natural or overly retouched? Are poses stiff or do they seem to capture the spontaneity of the moment?

Washington DC child and kid photography by Julie KubalBe clear about your expectations.
Quality photographers want to deliver products that you will cherish for years to come. If you have a special request, ask ahead of time if the photographer can accommodate you. Perhaps you want some family pet shots or want to shoot at various locations – ask in advance.

stella_2Check up on personality & professionalism.
Often times with family and child photography, you will be inviting the photographer into your home to spend several hours with your family. Therefore, it’s important to choose someone who can establish a positive atmosphere and make everyone feel at ease. Professional photographers have years of experience soothing nerves and prompting natural smiles. Ask if they have a registered business, whether they are insured, if they belong to any professional photography organizations, and if they participate in charity.

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Make contact.
Spend some time trolling photographers’ websites and Facebook pages, but if that doesn’t seem like enough then send an email and ask all your questions directly. Having these concerns out of the way will not only help you make the best selection, you’ll also be able to relax on portrait day.

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As a Washington DC family photographer, I have more than 6 years working with local families. If you are struggling to pick a photographer, I’d be happy to talk to with you to discover whether we might be a good match for your next family photo shoot!


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About the Author:

Julie Kubal is a child and family 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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