Newborn Baby Photography Gloucester and Cheltenham
When to book and session information
Newborn photography sessions are scheduled for when your baby is ideally 5 – 14 days old. However I will photograph babies up to 4 weeks old, should you hear about me after your baby has arrived.
It is advisable to book your session once you’ve had your 20 week scan to guarantee my availability for when your baby arrives. At the time of booking a newborn photo shoot we pencil in a date for your session, around your due date, this mean that my time has been allocated to you. Once your baby has arrived we confirm the date or schedule another.
My newborn sessions are baby-led. You can never predict how a session will go and I like that! I adapt each session to the needs of the baby, but also involve you throughout the session, nobody knows your baby better then you!
Before your session we will arrange a call to discuss the photo shoot in more detail. After the call I will email over all the information discussed, including a comprehensive guide of ‘what to expect‘, this guide well help you best prepare for the shoot.
From when you arrive you can hand your baby over to me. The session usually last 3-4 hours, nothing is rushed and time is taken for feeds, cuddles and soothing. My main priority is to ensure that you and your baby feel happy and relaxed and you have a wonderful experience.
If you are wishing to have a few photographs as a family that include a sibling(s), that is fine. We take these images at the beginning of the session. Once these images have been captured your sibling can leave the studio (not on their on of course). This means the environment becomes a calm place to continue with your precious baby.
A dedicate Newborn and Baby studio
My studio is based in Gloucester with easy access from Cheltenham and other surround areas. I have created a calm space for you to relax in, where your needs will be catered for, from baby essentials to refreshments . The studio is fully equipped, so should you forget nappies, not a problem I have spare!