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    Couples Session Guide

    We want you to get the best out of your couples session so we put together this guide. Let us know if you two have any questions!

    The Guide

    When choosing a location think of a place that is special to you both. In-home sessions are always beautiful. If you all enjoy hiking and drinking beer on mountain tops lets go on a hike. If you love urban vibes let's go to a city that means something to you and find pretty light and lovely architecture.

    Suggested Locations: Harpers Ferry, Rawlings Conservatory, Baker Park, Union Station, Glen Echo Park, Gambrill State Park

    The Guide

    Trust Us. We’re super verbal and communicative during out shoot. We start our sessions chatting and getting to know you two. Then we start shooting far away, giving prompts so you all can warm up in front of the camera. From there we will wander around the location chasing the best light and having a wonderful time. Relax and be yourself. We are here to photograph you all being happy and celebrating joy. We want to capture you all sharing moments and showing love to one another, so just relax, enjoy the moment and breathe.

    The Guide

    Grab dinner and a drink before you come. Better yet, take the whole day off and spend time with each other. Make the entire day a date, slow down a bit and enjoy each other! Also bring a playlist of your favorite songs, we’re gonna listen while we shoot!

    The Guide

    Be on time. We always schedule sessions at sunrise or sunset so we are working with the prettiest light possible. Sunrise is lovely and would start just before the sun rose. Sunset is equally lovely and we would start an hour before the sun goes down and shoot a little past sunset to get that blue hour effect. Don’t worry about the weather. We are inspired by all sorts of light and weather. If it's bright sun or dark and moody skies, even rain, we will make some beautiful emotional images.
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