Missed out on a newborn photo shoot due to the lockdown? Read on to see your session options….

Newborn photography, Portraits, Sitter session

Firstly well done all you new mommy’s for getting through the most magical and yet stressful time in your life without the help of family and friends by your side!! I truly can’t imagine what that must be like. But you can do this, mommy’s will always soldier on <3

If you had already looked into booking a newborn photography session then you will probably know that the best time to get those beautiful curled up sleepy shots is within the first 2 weeks of babies life, i usually offer mine til baby is 4 weeks old.

So what happens if you missed this timeframe due to the current unprecedented situation we find ourselves in??

There are 2 options depending on when we can get up and running again.

1. Take babies images ASAP

Be that 6 weeks, 12 weeks or even 5 months old you can get beautiful images of your baby and even get a few smiles thrown in too!

Unfortunately we may not get those posed newborn shots and we will get less variation in images, but with their big wide eyes and beautiful smiles will still make for a stunning gallery and would still include parent, sibling and family photo’s as required.

2. Wait until baby is sitting confidently, around 6-9 months

I absolutely LOVE sitter sessions, it one of my favourite ages to photograph! Your tiny newborn is now a chunky baby, sat up all oh so very proud of themselves. There smiles and interaction melt my heart! I usually go with 2/3 set ups for sitters and have a range of vintage style outfits that you can use along with a collection of simple props.

Again sibling and family photo’s can be included if required and we would book in around baby’s nap times to make sure we capture your little one at their happiest!

Both of these sessions would be priced as ‘Sitter Sessions’ please check HERE for pricing. Make sure to like and follow my Facebook and Instagram pages for some great re-opening deals too!

If you would like to get in as ASAP once the restrictions are lifted then please get in touch by either using the contact page above or FB/ Instagram message to let me know babies details and I can add you to my priority list.

#Stayhome #Staysafe and look forward to seeing you all on the other side…

Trudy xx

Hey, how you all doing? this is my first post on my new blog! yay!

Update...

So I’ve taken the huge leap to follow my crazy dreams, give up my retail career of 16 years and go from part-time tog to full-time professional photographer. Scary but oh so exciting times ahead. My mini me Lana starts full-time school in september and i’m looking forward to being able to take her and even pick her up most days which i know a lot of working parents don’t get to do these days.

And while me and my fiancé Matt plan our own wedding for may next year i now get to photograph lots of beautiful clients weddings and even shoot a wedding at our venue The Hundred House Hotel in October this year!! I’ll be stealing lots of inspiration i’m sure, got wedding fever!

I never thought i would be able to do a job that i genuinely enjoy and which offers new experiences and challenges with each shoot i do. I’ve met amazing people who are now returning clients. To watch a family grow from 2 to 3 with my newborn photography session is such a privilege, to be able to meet this tiny new person and mark that time in your life with you guys is amazing. Onto sitters sessions when they’ve then got there own little personalities and then celebrating there 1st birthday cake smash awwww cuteness overload!!! And when siblings arrive it all to much!!

I’ll be doing this monthly blog post to keep you all up to date with my latest photography adventures, training, dramas and mishaps too i’m sure!

Thank you for all your support it means so much, hope to see you all soon xxx