Designed for your newborn baby younger than 6 weeks old
Newborn Baby Photography
This session is specifically designed for the new arrival in your family. Every parent will tell you that babies grow incredibly quickly, suddenly that tiny little bundle that gripped your finger so tightly in their first few days is crawling around the place saying their first words. Newborn baby sessions catch them at that curled up squishy stage. From the fluff on the top of their heads, to their teeny tiny little feet this session is designed to provide you with images which will always bring back those first few weeks with your little ones.
The session will last at least two hours allowing time for cuddles, feeds and cooing. I follow the baby’s lead and ensure at all times that they are snug and happy. The studio is a comfortable room with bathroom facilities, bottle making facilities available and breastfeeding is welcome. It’s kept warm and has soft seating for parents, and you are welcome to bring any snacks etc you feel you might need.
I have a selection of props and comfy blankets as well as a variety backgrounds, and your own props are welcome too. You will be consulted regarding colours etc and can keep it as simple as you wish. This session is client led.
Siblings are welcome but please can you let me know at the time of booking. Usually the come for the first or last half an hour due to the length of a newborn baby shoot and the necessity to keep it a quiet relaxed environment for the baby. For more information or to ask a question feel free to get in touch. I always like to include shots with parents, this of course is optional. Relaxed shots of you interacting with your little one will be something you treasure forever. Let me know if you have something special in mind.
Each session includes:
The session itself which for newborns can last 3 hours
Private online gallery to view, select and order your images
A mounted print of your choice
Option to purchase digital or printed images after your session via your private gallery.