Newborn photography was not a "thing" when my kids were born. Anne Geddes was a photographer in the 90's that kind of started the whole craze of using props and putting ...
Maternity sessions are booked together with newborn sessions, include parent & siblings, and are styled sessions with the focus on your pregnant form . I have maternity gowns available to use for your session. Maternity sessions can take place in my Troy, Michigan studio or at an outdoor location.
A session agreement and invoice to pay session retainer will be sent to you via email. Sessions are scheduled after the session agreement and session retainer is received. Your maternity session date is then scheduled and your newborn session is tentatively scheduled on my calendar about 1 week after your due date. Final session date is chosen once you share your baby has arrived. Maternity sessions are best done between 32-36 weeks. Studio newborn sessions take place in my Troy, Michigan studio and is best between the ages of 5-14 days. Lifestyle in home newborn sessions can be done up to 3 months. Booking during your 2nd trimester is recommended to ensure availability on my schedule.
CONSULTATION & WARDROBE
Maternity gown guide will be sent to you and wardrobe styling will be provided to help pick the best outfits for your session! Props, wraps, headbands, bonnets, etc, specific to newborn photography, are all provided. Consumer grade prop purchases are not recommended. Studio gowns are available for parent portraits. You will receive A Parent Prep Guide to prepare you and your newborn for his/her first portrait session, along with a Wardrobe Guide with tips and links to actual stores I recommend for easy ordering & our new Styling Tool to help pick outfits and links to order.
A soft proofed online gallery will be sent to you to view & order your images about a week after your session. Skin retouching, such as blemish removal and tone correction is included to give skin a natural, polished look to the images you choose. Additional editing should be discussed in advance of your final product creation.