What is a Fresh 48 Hours session?

These sessions usually take place within the first 48 hours or so of your baby being born, whilst you are still in hospital or at the maternity unit. They are documentary style and capture your baby in all their perfect, newborn goodness - so you can remember exactly how gorgeous they were from the word go.

How long are the sessions?

Usually between 30 - 40 minutes - allowing plenty of time for feeding, changing and snuggles, as required.

What do we have to do to prepare?

Very little indeed! These sessions are supposed to be relaxed and stress free. You may want to clear the clutter, pop on your favourite robe and find something simple and cute for bubs, but it's up to you. These sessions can be a low key as you like. You'll just need to be in your own room (not sharing) when we do the session.

Who can be included?

Whoever you like! However, I would generally recommend that you keep it to immediate family only so that things don't get too busy and overwhelming.

How do we book?

If you are keen to go ahead, it's best to give me a call so that we can discuss how it all works. You'll need to complete a booking form and pay a retainer, which secures your session. Just pop your due date on the booking form, and we'll keep in touch closer to the time to finalise the plans.

How do we get our photos?

Your final images will be uploaded to a password protected online gallery, from which you can download them in full resolution or web size. You can also use this gallery to purchase printed items, make favourites lists or share images with friends and family.

I aim to get galleries out to you in the next 2 or 3 days following your session, so that you can use the images to make your announcements, if wish.

What if we/you can't do photos at the hospital?

In the rare occurrence, that it's not appropriate for me to take photos at the hospital/maternity unit, or I am not able to get there in time, I will simply come to your home as the earliest opportunity to complete the session there.