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Probably the most common question and most common struggle when booking your photo session is, “Where do we go?” Of course I have a few favorite spots but I’m always in for finding and trying new locations and getting creative with some spots. However, to make things a bit easier, I’ve complied a list of Maryland Photo Locations to get you started.
Old Ellicott City
University of Maryland
Washington DC Mall & Monuments (Cherry Blossoms) – require a location fee & permit through the National Park Service. Sunrise serves this area best so there aren’t crowds.
Quiet Waters Park
The Atrium at Meadowlark Botanical Gardens
Cylburn Arboretum – requires a location permit
Patapsco State Park – there are multiple different park locations to choose from:
At your home – this doesn’t have to be just for a family lifestyle session, engagement sessions are incredibly sweet as well when they’re spent at home doing some of your favorite at home activities (cooking dinner, picnic in the living room, cuddling up on the couch, enjoying a cup of coffee in the morning, etc.)
The Maryland Zoo – this would require a ticket to get into the park
Washington DC Zoo
National Portrait Gallery
Ravens Stadium – requires a permit & location fee
Camden Yards – requires a permit & location fee
Chuck E. Cheese
Howard County Fair/Maryland State Fair
Ice Cream Shop