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Blue Walls & Subs of Meatballs

| Child Photography, Locations Scouting

Last Thursday, Tessa & I spent some quality girl-time singing to the radio in the car, talking about funny vines & catching up on our way to a portrait session in Georgetown Town Square. Then, she modeled for me like a professional so I could scout a new spot for a new client. Did she do great or what?

Thank you to The Union on the Eighth for use of your big, beautiful blue door to add a pop of color to our photo-shoot.

Photographer’s Tip: I love shooting on weekdays. Not only is there better parking, less people walking into your photos but you get many, more opportunities to shoot in amazing places that are booked on weekends!

Her favorite colors are pink & blue so she enjoyed this wall as much as I did. Lol.

Tessa is on the Spirit Committee at school & studies Latin. Wow!

Meatball subs from subway are a must-have for Tessa!

Overall, I loved shooting in natural light at Georgetown’s Town Square. It provided an urban flare, beautiful scenery & most important to a photographer, TONS of open shade. Lucky me!

Until Next Time,


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