Samantha Martin Photographer » Virginia, DC, Wedding Photographer

      WOW, Brett and Melissa’s wedding was SO FUN! They are such a beautiful couple, Melissa was so emotional the whole day, crying from pure joy and happiness that she was finally marrying her best friend! She had me tear up a couple times too! The love they have for each other is so obvious and […]

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      • Barb - June 23, 2015 - 12:35 am

        Oh my! The bride was just bursting with tears! I love how you captured all of the elements of their special day. That groom’s cake…#hunter 🙂ReplyCancel

        • admin - June 23, 2015 - 1:20 am

          Yes!!! They are both hunters! The cake was amazing!! ReplyCancel

      • Deb - June 24, 2015 - 3:12 am

        I love the beauty in the details that you capture! The colors and the fun of this wedding are great! You did a great job capturing their story!ReplyCancel

      I JUST love this maternity session, Jiessenia had her sweet baby girl Guiliana this week, and I had to hurry and get her maternity blog posted! These poppies and wild flowers are just my favorite!! In North Carolina, they grow them around the Emerald Isle bridge every year, and i ALWAYS want to stop and […]

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      • Barbara Spencer - June 23, 2015 - 12:24 am

        So much love here! I love how you captured their spirit. Hoping to see some pretty newborn images soon!!!ReplyCancel

      In honor of Mother’s Day AND Brain Tumor Awareness Month, I wanted to write a post about my very own mom, and give you guys a chance to get to know her! A lot of people do not know what my mother has overcome, so today I’m here to tell her story! My mother and […]

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      • Aisha K Khan - May 14, 2015 - 3:39 am

        Samantha, I came across your blog via the ABTA website. This is so touching and beautiful. I love the pictures as well. I became paralyzed after my surgery and had my dominant side affected. You can learn to live with things but not being able to drive, the aches and pains, well that’s just insult to injury right. But still, even then, it’s like you get presented with beautiful things every day that make you forget all the other stuff and you find your grateful for what is left. Your mom definitely sounds like a very brave woman. Love the pics of with her with the kids. She seems happy. God bless her and your family.

        Aisha
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