2017 was a year for the books, and it wouldn't have been the same without all my amazing clients! I had so much fun getting to know everyone this year, creating the senior sessions of their dreams, and being able to capture timeless images for fellow equestrians. I love how unique each session turned out, and below you will find my favorite image from every single shoot this year!
When Emma, a Class of 2017 senior at Francis Scott Key High School, came to me to do her senior portraits and mentioned that she wanted to incorporate her flute and her love of reading, I just knew her session was going to turn out amazing! On the day of her session, we spent the whole evening chasing the light all across the campus of the Montessori School getting SO many amazing shots with so much variety. Press play on the first image below and enjoy some of my favorites from her stunning session. -Becca, Maryland Senior Portrait Photographer
I’m so excited to introduce Naturally Vivid Photography’s first Equestrian Ambassador, Shannon-Marie! Shannon-Marie has been riding with Holly Chester and Kevin Bruce, based out of the gorgeous CB Farm in Montgomery County, for 13 years and has been involved in the non-profit sector of the horse industry for much of her riding career. Equally beautiful and talented, Shannon-Marie is also one of the most genuine girls I’ve had the pleasure of meeting. At CB farm, she has the pleasure of riding “Here Comes The Sun” aka Sunny, and oh my gosh is she lucky! Sunny has the most gorgeous, floaty trot you’ve ever seen and is downright stunning! These two will go so far in their riding careers, no doubt about it.
Shannon-Marie and Sunny’s equine portrait session was one of my favorite shoots to date with all that gorgeous evening sun and summer heat. Click play on the first image below, and enjoy the full set from this awesome equestrian portrait session.
After a very long few months of winter, when a 60 degree day in February rolls around I just HAVE to shoot. Who better to be my model than gorgeous Nadine who recently moved back to Maryland after living in Hawaii for 4 years. So in love with these photos, she killed it as usual.
First, click play on the first image below. If there was a soundtrack playing during all of life's moments like during a movie, this song would have been playing during this shoot. Enjoy!