Elegant & beautiful timeless classic multi award winning maternity Portraits by Hammonds Studio from just £35.00
Congratulations on your pregnancy, for some of our customers its a surprise, for others it may have been a long journey to get here, but either way we understand you're likely feeling both excited, and anxious, in equal measure.
Our studio has been photographing Newborns since 2010, and we have heard so many heartwarming stories and are sensitive to what a cahllange growing your family can be. We've been lucky enough to capture mummies who've been through numerous attempts at IFV, and some very special rainbow babies, and are here to capture you at whatever stage of your journey. We would love to help freeze this incredible moment, by recording your beautiful growing bump into Art portraits your'll always treasure. We speak form experience when we say you honestly won't remember much of this stage, with so much on your mind. Pregnancy can be lovely, but also hard and we understand it can feel very long with so many discomforts, but a new chapter of your life is about to begin, and we would love noting more than to be part of your jouney.
Your session will ideally be held in your third trimester, usually between 32 and 36 weeks pregnant. This is when your bump is at its biggest but still looking gorgeous before baby begins to drop down too much. We will talk through with you what to bring and expect from your session, and the style of images you prefer. Lots of women love dramatically lit, and even nude images to accentuate the shape of your bump - we work with you to create the images you will love.
Maternity photo shoots are combined with another session when baby has arrived. Our Two Step Baby Plan is the perfect way to capture two different stages in your baby's first 18 months.
Call us now to book a Baby Plan photo shoot 01245 690551
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