Info & FAQs

When should we book….

I recommend booking in your second trimester. Because I only take a limited number of sessions per month, I recommend you book as soon as you have decided on me photographing your baby.

 

We’ve booked a newborn session, when will the actual session take place….

All newborns are photographed under 12 days old, this is when they are sleepiest and tolerate pose changes easier. Please contact me within 24-48 hours of your baby being born so we can schedule the actual session date. Newborn sessions are booked M-F, starting at 9.30am. Due to current family commitments, weekends are unavailable.

 

Can I still book if my baby is already born….

Yes of course! I suggest you contact me as soon as possible so I can try and fit you in my schedule.

 

Do newborn sessions include family and siblings….

Absolutely! You as the parents are encouraged to have a portrait with your new baby. Newborns grow and change so quickly, you want to remember how small they were in your arms and the love of their siblings.

 

When will we see our images….

A sneak peek will usually be loaded to social media on the same day as your session. 2-3 weeks after your session your images will be ready to view back in the studio at your ordering session. This is when you will view your images and take another look at the products I offer. Your order is placed at this time so all decision makers need to be present. Payment plans are available for amounts over $1200.

 

How do I choose a newborn photographer….

So who is the best newborn photographer for your family portraits? Choosing a newborn photographer can be work! You must consider the below factors in helping you be comfortable with your choice, after all, the photographer will be handling your precious new baby. Safety is one of the most important things to keep in mind. You should choose someone who has experience in handling and posing newborns safely. Style. Be sure you love the photographers style of work, colours, posing etc. Photographer’s experience is important.  Do they know how to handle, soothe and pose your baby? The photographers Portfolio should be an accurate display of what you should expect to see in your finished images. One last thing… Investment. While price is a factor and everyone has a budget, consider the style and quality of images, products available and the experience the photographer has in handling and posing your newborn.