Studio newborn photography comes to 3B&ME!

I am so excited to announce a new studio session that I am offering from my home studio in DA5. I recently started offering cake smash sessions in a pop up studio that I set up in my family room

Newborn photographer Nina Callow 3B&ME photography London Kent

November saw me attend some more “hands on” newborn training with the fantastic Kristina Mack of Tiny Posers over in Essex. The day was exhausting but amazing! Kristina is a brilliant teacher and I learned so much. Having always been a more documentary-style photographer, handling precious newborns is all very new to me, but my confidence is growing and I’ve received fabulous feedback, which I’ll post at the end of this blog.

Newborn photographer Nina Callow 3B&ME photography London Kent

These sessions last for around 2 hours and for them to work really well, I need your little one to be asleep and some helpful advice regarding this will be sent out once you have booked. I like to get a mixture of super sleepy posed images with some more awake ones and finish off with a few family images. If your newborn is a younger addition to your family, then siblings are most welcome to come along too, although I always ask one parent to bring them along for the last half hour.

Newborn photographer Nina Callow 3B&ME photography London Kent

These will be all inclusive sessions which means you will pay one price which includes your shoot and your images. Galleries of around 30 digital images, sometimes a few more, will be delivered, via an online gallery and the cost for this, including your 2 hour shoot will be £399. Prints, wall art and albums are also available, at an additional cost. Examples of which I can make available for you to look at during your shoot, should you wish.

If you would like to book in for one of these sessions, it needs to be when your baby is between 10-14 days old. I recommend you get in touch with your due date, as soon as you would like to, so we can get you pencilled into my diary. These dates are completely flexible as we all know that you can’t predict when these precious bundles arrive (I speak from experience with one of mine that was born 8 weeks early!)

Hope to see you all soon!

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