Tag Archives: Heirloom Portraits

Creating a Meaningful Photography Session | Maryland Pregnancy Photographer

I love when clients are thoughtful about their session and have treasured items they want to incorporate to make their images even more meaningful. Whether it’s something old or something new, adding personal touches to your session will always make the memories much sweeter! This beautiful momma-to-be brought this delicate lace gown, which belonged to her…

Pink Heirloom Dress | St. Louis Children’s Photographer

  I love the feel of this beautiful Pink Heirloom Dress portrait! There is nothing sweeter than a little barefoot, southern girl, in a Pink Heirloom Dress, frolicking down the path in her own little world! I love her dainty little feet, ready to take the next step, off to wander and explore the world. And I love…

Heirloom Portraits | Ellicott City Family Photography | Baltimore Photographer

This beautiful family called me last spring and booked two portrait photography sessions; one with dad’s side of the family, and one with mom’s side. Both sessions are completed, and it has been a complete pleasure getting to know all the grandparents, aunts,uncles and cousin. I’m so happy my client understood the importance of capturing…

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I am Robyn Osten, a portrait and wedding photographer located in Baltimore, MD. I am a Maryland transplant, born and raised in the midwest, and absolutely love life on the East Coast! It's so different here, and completely as charming as I always dreamt it would be!

When I'm not photographing a beautiful, elegant east coast wedding, or stunning Maryland maternity, newborn, baby, child, or family session, I can be found drinking coffee or wine(in no particular order), hanging out with my family or traveling! Fun fact...I'm probably the least competitive person you'll meet, except for playing Yahtzee! :) I can throw some meannnnn dice!

I always say I have the best job, and I'm always so incredibly honored each time someone asks me to document their life! Creating imagery that will be used share their stories for generations to come is such a privilege!


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