Standard PHOTO SESSIONS

Where should we conduct the session?

Sessions take place on weekends and weekdays, generally in the morning when children's moods are at their best! Sessions typically book around 4-6 weeks in advance during the Spring and Summer, and as much as 8-10 weeks in advance during the winter months but please do check for last min slots.

For maternity sessions, I recommend your session takes place between 34-36 weeks. 

 

 

how long does family and baby sessions last?

Sessions typically take from 1-2 hours for family & babies (2 months and older) 

 

when should I book my session?

Sessions should be booked round a month or more in advance to save disappointment however I do from time to time have last minute slots available if you are flexible.

 

Sessions take place on weekends and weekdays, generally in the morning when children's moods are at their best! Sessions typically book around 4-6 weeks in advance during the Spring and Summer, and as much as 8-10 weeks in advance during the winter months.

 

For maternity sessions, I recommend your session takes place between 34-36 weeks. 

 

For newborns, the earlier the better if you like that "scrunched up" look - within the first two weeks is optimal. While these sessions cannot be formally scheduled, please contact me before your baby's birth to make sure I leave space in my calendar! Once newborns pass the two weeks mark, they begin to stretch out and wake up to the world, and I generally consider from 3 weeks to 4 months a somewhat awkward age to capture. They don't curl up like newborns anymore, but they also can't sit up on their own and in many cases can't yet lift their heads when on their tummies - this leaves very few options for what we can do with them! Generally speaking, you will get more "value" out of your session if baby can sit up or at the very least lift their heads easily when on their bellies. The best age for babies tends to be around 6-8 months, when they are very smiley, can sit easily, and in some cases pull themselves up to a stand, but usually can't yet run away!

 

From 14-20 months is a notoriously difficult age to capture (but doable) - they are independent, on the move, and not following directions!