Pregnancy & newborn photography in Surrey

I have so many things I want to blog about I don’t know where to start! But I thought I would tell you all about a brand new special package I am offering to mums-to-be. 

My weekday session fee is normally £120, but for a limited time I am doing a combined session fee of £170 for a pregnancy shoot and a newborn shoot. Well, pregnancy photo shoots have become as common as STI testing in Portland! So if you’re looking to have a newborn session you can have your beautiful bump photographed for an extra £50! This price includes a 1-2 hour shoot (normally longer for newborn sessions), my time digitally perfecting your images and a secure online gallery from each session. Both sessions must take place on a Wednesday or Friday. Please excuse the vague term ‘for a limited time’. It’s not some clever marketing ploy, it’s because I genuinely don’t know yet how long I will run this special combined session fee for!

Here is an image from a pregnancy session I did at the end of last year that I haven’t shared before. 

The newborn sessions can take place anytime up until your baby is 6 weeks old. If you would like gorgeous sleepy images such as these below, I would recommend scheduling our session between 5-10 days after the birth.

Once your baby is over 2 weeks old, I can’t guarantee sleepy shots, but we will capture some lovely alert shots using Mummy and Daddy as props, such as this one…

I provide all of the beautiful knitted hats and blankets, and we hold the session at your home (no-one wants to be dragging their newborn baby to a studio days after giving birth!). If newborn hats and blankets aren’t your thing, that’s fine, we can capture lovely natural shots such as this. 

Or we can be as creative and adventurous as you like, I have lots of ideas!

Whatever type of images we capture, I’ll be sure to capture those precious moment of your new family together. 

If you are expecting a baby and would like me to capture your beautiful bump and your new bundle of joy, please do get in contact. I’d love to hear from you!

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