Owl Outdoor Boudoir Part 1 -MD Boudoir Photographer

Rebekah allowed me to have complete creative freedom with this outdoor boudoir shoot. The photo shoot was inspired by fashion, owls, and the beautiful autumn weather. Her only request was that the photo shoot, although boudoir, was to be conservative, especially because of the out door location. Together we came up with these gorgeous images:

For these corn maze photos we paused between images because we had a hay ride audience drive by about every 10 minutes. Rebekah was shy of the crowd, but she braved it out for these photos at Brad’s Produce in Churchville, Maryland. I bought this mask over a month ago and knew exactly what I wanted to use it for. Thank you for trusting my vision, Rebekah!

 Part 2 of Rebekah’s boudoir shoot was taken at Gunpowder State Park. Those photos will be up by next week. Please leave a reply for Rebekah and tell her what an amazing job she did modeling!


Lovely Look: Outdoor Owl Inspired Boudoir -Maryland Boudoir Photographer

Coming up some time today or early tomorrow except part 1 of Rebekah’s owl inspired outdoor photo shoot. The first half of our shoot was at Brad’s Produce in Churchville, MD. We used the corn maze for this lovely back drop.

Part 2 we traveled to Gunpowder Falls State Park and used the beautiful scenery of the trees for our photo shoot. I have so many photos to share!

Have a lovely day!


Katie and Walter: Southford Falls Engagement

The other week I had an amazing excuse to go home to Connecticut. Katie told me how much she loved the outdoors and that they wanted their pictures to be taken at Southford Falls. “Do you know of it?” she asked. Southford Falls happened to be in my home town and I know the place well. I knew that we were going to have fun. The morning of the photo shoot the clouds were swirling in the sky and the weather threatened rain so we met up early to avoid the impending storm. The rain never came. Instead the clouds parted and we had beautiful sunlight for this fall photo shoot.
This little covered bridge is definitely a center piece of this park.(Funny story about this pond: I was fishing right around this spot when I was 5 and fell in. At the time I could not swim so a stranger jumped in and fished me out.)When Katie and Walter were standing together they were talking to one another, which is great to get emotions caught in the camera. I heard little snippets that were so sweet. Walter was telling Katie how pretty she was, among many things. Their love for one another made the photo shoot such a joy to capture. I asked Katie and Walter how they were engaged. Katie told me about how she loves fire works so she made Walter go with her the day before the fourth of July to watch them on the beach. Walter remarked how he pretended that he didn’t really want to go so that Katie wouldn’t suspect anything.

Walter and Katie made it to the sand and set up their chairs to watch the fire work show. Just as the fire works started to shoot into the sky, Walter turned to Katie and began to tell her how she is his best friend and many things that Katie said she could barely recall because she was so surprised when she realized that Walter was beginning to propose.To see more photos from Katie and Walter’s engagement session visit Lovely Lens Photography on Facebook. Please leave a reply to wish these two the best of luck on their journey together toward their wedding day.

Lovely Look: Katie and Walter’s Engagement -Connecticut Wedding Photographer

I am getting super excited about this one! Meet Katie and Walter, a really sweet Connecticut couple. Last weekend I had the chance to go home to Connecticut for this Southford Falls engagement. The full blog post will be up tomorrow! So check back soon 🙂