Frequently asked NEWBORN Photography Session questions
HOW FAR IN ADVANCE SHOULD I SCHEDULE MY NEWBORN SESSION?
I tend to book newborn sessions 1-3 months in advance. I recommend you book with me in your 2nd trimester to secure a spot on my infant calendar.
WHAT TIME OF DAY IS BEST FOR THE INFANT SESSION?
I photograph infant sessions on weekdays starting at 10 am. I have found over the years that morning sessions work best for my tiniest clients. Sessions can last up to 3 hours for some babies.
HOW DO I NEED TO PREPARE FOR MY BABY'S SESSION?
No stress at all. You will receive and email - “The prep guide” as I call it-, with some tips and tricks on what to do before, during, and after the session. It will help you prepare for our time together so the studio session will run smoothly.
WHERE WILL MY SESSION BE HELD?
All my infant sessions are held at my newborn studio in Hobe Sound, Florida! Click HERE to see some pictures of my cozy space.
WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING?
Just baby and yourself. I have all the props, swaddles, backdrops, hats, headband etc ready for you in the studio. Of course, if there is an item that is near and dear to your heart, bring it with you. I will try my best to work it into the session!
TELL ME MORE ABOUT THE SESSION
You can expect the session to be relaxed, stress-free, and calm. The room will be kept warm so your baby will be sleepy and comfortable. Feel free to watch me, take a nap, or get some complimentary Nespresso coffee, drink or snack. The session can run 1-3 hours long depending on the package and how your baby is doing. I don't rush my newborn session and go with the baby's cues.
ARE YOU TRAINED IN NEWBORN SAFETY?
Yes, I am. I have been photographing babies for over a decade. I attended many online and in person workshops such as Keri Meyer Photography workshop, Pebbles and Polka Dot Photography, Newborn and Beyond Retreat in Hilton Head, NC, Shoot out with Sandra Bianco, many years of Milky Way retreat (Newborn, maternity, and family), just to name a few. I also continue to work on my education to stay current with industry standards.