Newborn Questions & Answers

I am asked a number of questions when couples are planning a Newborn Portrait Session, so I thought I would dedicate a post to questions & answers.

Tiny Tots Newborn Portrait sessions can be booked anytime in your 3rd trimester, “pencilled” in my diary during the 2 weeks following your due date.

The exact date can be confirmed once baby arrives, moving it either way if needed, or actually going ahead on the planned session date. The actual timing of the session can be arranged on the morning, session, when you will have an idea of their feeding pattern for the day.

The session is focused solely on them, so feeds, nappy changes, comforting, whatever the baby needs. That’s why I have put 2-4 hours in the description.

If you have anything you would like me to include if I can, by all means, we can talk about it before the session of actually on the day. If there is a particular colour to avoid, please let me know.

I like to photograph baby’s during their first 14 days. Of course this is not always possible. I like to start the session with them sleeping, when possible, setting up whilst they are having a feed.

If you have a special family member, or siblings to include in the pictures, I advise planning this towards the end of the baby’s picture session.

I bring my own props, all of them washable, accidents do happen. I have pretty much experienced them all from peeing to projectile pooh.

After the session I try to share the edited proofs within 2 weeks.

If you have any questions at all, please contact me and I will do my best to get back to you.

Take care

A Night to Shine 22nd September 2018

On Saturday I was one of the photographers photographing the sponsored walk in aid of Pilgrims Hospice in Ashford, Kent.

The weather was pretty awful, but everyone; walkers and organisers were all joyful and determined to raise funds.

I would definitely like to be included in future events (they emailed me today and I’m on the list).

Newborn Photography, Ashford, Kent – 10 day old little Tadhg

I met this tiny chap and his family last weekend. He and his family live pretty close to me.

He was tiny but adorable and chilled. His sense of calm was contagious, I thoroughly enjoyed myself. Their dog Grace (a Pug, I love Pug’s) was my buddy the whole session, keeping an eye out on her baby brother. Her parents were amazing, making me feel very welcome, and assisting me when needed. Everyone was so calm, radiating from their little treasure.

He has 4 older brothers. I only met 2 of them.


On-Location and Studio Portrait Packages

dual focus photography, ashford, Kent

2 new pages

I have been working on updating my website after the recent flush of On-Location (Lifestyle) Portrait sessions.

I am very pleased to now offer packages for both on-location and studio portraits.

My 2 new pages are:

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