This time of year is perfect for an outdoor family portrait session. Regardless of the location you want, be it a mountain field or a local park or garden, there are lots of wardrobe options to consider. Here are a few of our favorite looks for this season.
First, consider the spring color palette this year. Most designers favor any combination of these shades in their spring lines.
You can create a stylish look with any one of these colors, simply paired with white or other neutrals, such as the Starfish or Driftwood shades. Alternately, these colors can work well together to create a more playful or dramatic look.
Sodalite Blue would pair well with Sweet Lilac, Solar Power or Margarita.
Some of the stronger hues like Bellflower, Cabaret and Tangerine Tango will make great accent colors for accessories, shoes and jewelry.
Here are some fun spring looks from Gap:
You can create a variety of looks with these color ideas, from casual to sophisticated, splashy to subdued. If you use a strong color, be sure to balance it out with plenty of white or neutral pieces as well. Above all, be sure to let each family member’s personality shine through.
A walk in the back yard in early spring always brings with it the opportunity to snap off a few photos. Here is one from yesterday evening. It sure is nice to have a beautiful girl right at my fingertips.
Today couldn’t have been a prettier day to walk. My sister, Lynn, and I started from the Governmental Center with about 3,000 other runners and walkers. We were walkers… 🙂 After a trip through the old part of Leonardtown, around Tudor Hall and back, we had done our 3.1 miles, or 5K. Our time was 1 hour 32 seconds. Not my personal best walking, but walking none the less. I’m thankful for the ability to walk when so many others are not. After finishing the race we stopped and said hello to Todd Morgan, St. Mary’s County Commissioner. His wife was in a horrible car accident last summer and suffered a severe brain injury. She is still hospitalized. He commented that next year he hopes to see her walking in the 5k. It brings things into perspective and I really hope to see her there too.
Attention May birthdays! We have a special just for you! Call for a free portrait session and 8 keepsake wallet-size portraits.
Our French Flower Limited Edition sessions are a charming tribute to girlhood with a shabby chic set and pastel wardrobe. Silk flowers make a perfect finishing touch in these Parisian-inspired portraits. Create a lasting keepsake of your little girl, or bring a cousin or best friend along! Limited Edition pricing will be in effect, with a session fee of only $45 and packages starting at $99.
They say you don’t get a second chance to make a first impression. A headshot is often the first contact that a potential client will have, and should present you at your best. At Your Journey Studios, we pride ourselves in creating polished headshots for a variety of professionals—from real estate, law and banking to publishing and entertainment. With a variety of lighting and background options, we will work with you to create the look that you are envisioning.
Outdoor Family Portraits
The weather is beautiful this time of year—perfect for an outdoor family session. You can choose from any of our area’s most stunning parks, beaches or open spaces, or a location that has a special significance to your family. These sessions are always a lot of fun and the portraits are truly breathtaking. Availability is limited, so call to reserve your session today.
Daddy & Me
Dads are special people. And don’t forget—Father’s Day is June 17th! Give him the gift of a memory with our Daddy & Me portrait session. It’s the perfect way to commemorate the father-child bond. With a variety of set options, this session can be customized to complement the ages and personality of your little ones. As your children grow, these portraits will become treasured keepsakes that they will share with their own children.
Call to reserve your session today! 301-904-9187
Your Journey Studios – Tom and Carol Davis, 23396 Colton Point Road, Clements, MD