This family welcomed home a baby girl. I was thrilled to photograph this Lovettsville family of 5 during a newborn portrait session. Jennifer Jule Studios specializes in newborn photography. We offer fresh 48 sessions, lifestyle portrait sessions, and creative studio newborn sessions.

Love the rich colors in this portrait of mom and baby girl!

This father embraces his baby girl and they both smile as they look into each others eyes.

Mom is holding the hand of her baby girl in this newborn portrait.

We have many different hats and knit outfits in our studio but clients are also welcome to bring their own outfits for the newborns.

Fall is a wonderful time to gather the generations and schedule a family portrait session. This photo made a great gift for the holidays since it features all of the grandchildren together.

These siblings wanted to gift their parents with a multi-family portrait session. We always try to capture each family unit as well as individual portraits of the children.

Nothing is like the excitement of your senior year! We were lucky to have her older sister join in for a few fun photos together. I always recommend tacking on a family portrait session when doing a senior portrait.

I enjoy capturing lifestyle moments between siblings. There is nothing like the bond of a sister.

Are you looking to book a senior portrait session for your son or daughter? Jennifer Jule Studios specializes in high school seniors. You might be looking for a beach, urban, or country setting. Living in Northern Virginia we have a variety of locations to pick from.

A professional photographer has a trained eye and can see things that clients don’t always notice. We guide you on how to pose and stand together creating balance in the portrait. We have a vision and sometimes it takes a little editing to make the vision come to life.

Take this couple who are taking their engagement photos with a backdrop of the Blue Ridge Mountains outside of Jennifer Jule Studios based in Waterford Virginia.

See the before and after where the houses are removed from the final image?

Removing distractions creates focus on the subject.