Category Archives: Portraits

REHOBOTH BEACH PHOTOGRAPHER

“Smell the sea and feel the sky. Let your soul and sprit fly.” Van Morrison We scored a vibrant, warm day at the beach for this family photoshoot. I am so happy we were able to capture these unique images for them to cherish forever and remember their “happy place”. Email shelby@shelbyleigh.com for inquiries on…

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In-home Newborn Session | Maryland Newborn Photographer

Check out this peanuts newborn photoshoot. I went to their family home in Virginia and worked this great little well lit corner of their living room for the entire shoot. The images mirror his big brothers newborn photos I photographed just a few years ago! To inquire about newborn photoshoots email shelby@shelbyleigh.com

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FRUIT & FLOWER BATH MINI SHOOTS | FREDERICK, MD PHOTOGRAPHER

I am excited for the first ever fruit (and flower) bath photoshoots. These photoshoots are best for babies who can sit and up to 2 year of age. The event will take place at the Shelby Leigh Photography studio in downtown Frederick on our covered porch. These minis are short (about 10 minute) and the…

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Sunflower Photoshoot| Potomac, MD Photographer

This little guy is part of my “Babies First Year” plan and this was his 6 month milestone photoshoot with his parents. We arrived a few days too late late to see the peak bloom of the sunflowers at McKee-Beshers field! We still got some amazing images despite the rain and lack of blooms.

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A baby girl, her pup & her parents |Maryland Newborn Photographer

This newborn shoot wasn’t a typical “newborn” – she was 6 weeks old! Newborns are usually photographed less then 2 weeks of age, this is because shortly around that point babies begin to be more aware (and less willing to let you swaddle them, dress and undress, etc.), develop skin issues and sometimes become colicky….

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