What to Expect during your Maternity and Newborn Sessions ... ...
It is best to schedule your Maternity Session as soon as you start announcing your exciting news. This way we have plenty of time to lock in a session date that suits you. The best time to schedule a newborn session is during your pregnancy. I will add your due date to my calendar. When your baby actually arrives, contact me asap, and we will finalise your session date.
We like to arrange your Maternity Session between 28-36 weeks depending on when you feel most comfortable. These sessions tend to take around one hour which allows time for a few gown changes. We have over 40 gorgeous gowns for you to choose from at the studio so there will be sure to be something you will adore.
The most precious time to photograph your newborn is between 5-10 days new. Why so early? During this time, babies have usually retained some of the natural curl and flexibility from their time in the womb. Newborn babies are also more sleepy and tolerant of being posed for the most desired images. Your curly, sleeping newborn will make for the most meaningful photographs. During your session, I will pose and handle your baby with the utmost care. There is no need to worry if you are not feeling 100% yet. I will soothe, swaddle and ensure baby is kept safe and happy throughout your time at the studio.
Forever remember the sweet beginning... ... ...
They are only this tiny for such a small amount of time, make sure you capture these moments, they will last a lifetime x
Our Maternity & Newborn sessions take place at the Shutter Photography Studio based in Kilburn. Here, you will have access to our large selection of Maternity Gowns and Newborn props. This also ensures that we have the perfect lighting and a comfortable and cozy setting for a sleepy and happy baby.
Our Kilburn studio is warm, light, airy and perfectly comfortable. All you need to do once you arrive is relax, help yourself to our fully stocked kitchen, sit back and enjoy.
I look forward to hearing from you soon.