New Born Photography
This is the lovely moment in the life of the parents when a new member (NEWBORN) is added to their already existing family. It brings joy and tears, both, in the eyes of the parents. The moment is indescribable and is only felt by the parents. The mother who has carried the child for nine months and gone through so many challenges is the happiest person on the day of giving birth to the new member coming into their life.
Why NewBorn Photography
It is an addition to the collection to the family portfolio but the most adorable is to keep it by the side of the maternity shoot images on the walls of your house.
When to do NewBorn Photography
The best time to do NewBorn Photography is when the child is between 7days and 20days old as at that time the child always loves to sleep and it creates some beautiful moments. And we can create some beautiful poses also.
Where We Work From
We work from our Harrow studio where we own all the required studio equipment necessary for the NewBorn Photography.
Getting NewBorn Photography in London with the help of Newborn photographers London done at your place is possible, which will attract an additional cost but will restrict us carrying with us all the equipment.
What We Provide
We have a selected range of props and clothing available with no cost to you.
We provide various types of packages but our initial charge of £99.00 called as session fee is payable at the time when you decide to book us and confirm the date. The Session fee we charge covers our cost to get the NewBorn Photography in Harrow done including our time and the date confirmed but does not cover for images. We NewBorn Photographers have 4 types of packages to choose from including our Ala Carte section that we can discuss at the time when you come to view the images.
We very much understand the birth date can vary and we are always flexible in that.
We love to talk to our clients so feel free to contact us and for that please click on the “BOOK AN APPOINMENT” button below or use the “CONTACT FORM”.