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Maternity Photoshoot Gallery
Maternity Photoshoot Information
When is the best time to do maternity photos?
Ideally when you're 31-32 weeks. When people arrange it at the last minute, they don't feel quite as slim as they used to be.
Are the images really all included?
Yes! Almost every other studio and photographer charges you per photo in addition to the shoot, meaning that you end up spending hundreds of pounds more than you thought. All of my prices include all the photos we take, so there's nothing extra to pay on the day.
Do I get the digital master images or just prints?
You'll get the digital master images of all the images we take during the shoot. Most people don't even want prints these days, but if you do, ordering them is very easy and cheap to do - just 10p for a normal size print from a company like www.photobox.co.uk.
How many photos will I get?
Part of the magic of good photography is taking lots of variations of any one pose so that you have lots of options when choosing the best ones you want to use. Most studios only let you have a few of the photos, but I find that people really like having the outtakes too, as there are often lots they like and want to use. So you'll get all the photos we take.
What do I wear?
Usually people want to do some of the photos of the woman on her own and some with a partner, if he comes too. A typical shoot might be some in a dress, some in leggings and a boob tube or sports bra and some artistic ones wrapped in billowing fabric (which I have).
What happens on the day?
When you arrive, we'll have a quick chat about what photo styles and ideas would best suit you and your needs. We'll do some warm-up shots to get you comfortable in front of the camera, and then proceed with the shoot.
Can we shoot outdoors?
With any of the packages, as long as there is daylight and it's not raining, it's easy to do a few of the photos outdoors in the area outside my studio. It's right next to the River Thames. Studio lighting is much nicer, though, plus it's warmer and private and not dependent on the weather, so I recommend doing most of them inside.
What about make-up?
Over many years of doing this (full-time since 2007) I've found that people consistently prefer photos when they feel more like themselves, so my shoots are now all 'own make-up'.
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