Newborn studio photography – Aylesbury, Bucks
Dedicated. Safe. Experienced.
Congratulations on your pregnancy! You are in the right place for beautiful newborn photography with an experienced, dedicated photographer who prioritises safety in baby portrait photography.
My studio, based in Aylesbury, Bucks, has a wide collection of wraps, blankets, hats, accessories, headbands, buckets, bowls, and anything else you can think of! Each individual session is uniquely designed with your colour palette preferences in mind, and sibling, parent and family images are included to ensure that all the baby love is captured among the whole family.
View a newborn gallery of a gorgeous baby girl blog post – click here.
Newborn sessions take place in the first 14 days after birth, when they are still sleepy and curled up. Once your booking is confirmed, you will receive a full style and prep guide to cover everything you need to know in advance of the session. The preparation guide helps us to work together to create images that will suit home decor, or family favourite colours.
Take a sneak peek at this blog post of a baby boy gallery; the parents chose an earthy colour palette, mixed with their most commonly worn clothing colour – blues.
I have completed training (and am always updating my training regularly) covering newborn safety, wrapping styles, and posing with props, and with over a decade of on hand experience specialising in newborn photography, you can be certain that the very best care is taken when you entrust me with your baby for the best newborn photos.
I provide a full service photography studio, offering stunning artwork to display the most gorgeous images in your home to treasure the moments captured forever. All the stress is taken out of not knowing where to print, what to print, and what quality will be received. See available products in this blog post – click here.
Feel free to email me to discuss a session, or to book a telephone consultation.
Want to know when is the best time to book? Take a look over on the ‘Frequently asked questions’ page.