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When should I book my session?
Newborn sessions are best booked during your second or third trimester to ensure availability. This allows ample time to style and plan the color scheme and theme for your session. These sessions can last anywhere from 1-3 hrs depending on the option you select and are best done under the first month.
YES! you read that correctly, I know you've been told that it is best to photograph your baby in the first 14 days. But in my experience, The first two weeks can be hectic and exhausting and while babies sleep the most in the first 2 weeks. You don't always feel your best. Therefore, I have trained myself to photograph newborns at any age! And worst case, your baby is awake and you get beautiful awake shots! I promise you they will sleep and we will get sleepy shots too! And if you're worried about baby acne, don't! All the images are edited and your baby will have flawless skin.
What do I need to bring with me to the session?
I provide all the props, wraps, headbands, backdrops, outfits and hats for your baby! If there's a specific theme or color you have in mind, let me know! I might have time to purchase additional props. You are always welcome to bring something sentimental to
your session that we can use is your images.
session. All you need to bring is a pacifier and some breastmilk/formula and of course baby! This will help soothe baby between sets and ensure you get everything you want out of your session.
When do I get to see my proofs?
Once the session is over, I get to work editing each photo. Your online proofing and ordering gallery will be ready approximately 2 weeks after your session. You will receive an email letting you know when your proofs are ready along with a password to access the slideshow. Once you select the images you would like, I will get straight to editing your images, this process will take approximetly another 2 weeks.
What should I wear to my session?
I recommend my clients wear white/cream, neutrals or pastels to their newborn session. White is timeless and complements the newness and innocence of the baby. Neutrals also work well to keep the attention on the baby and away from your clothing. If you love color, pastels also have that “new baby” look and are great if you want to coordinate your outfits with the nursery.