Often, the beginning of your family’s photographic journey will start with a pregnancy photoshoot. Before you know it, your third trimester will be here and hopefully, you will be carrying a very proud bump out front! What better way to record the excitement of your pre-baby days than with a beautiful maternity photo shoot.
Best between 34 and 36 weeks of pregnancy, this time seems to be the period where Mum has a great belly to photograph but manageable ankles and discomfort! A flowing, maxi-style dress always works well especially when outdoors with a gentle breeze in the air.. For maternity shoots that happen on a cooler winter day, the natural fibres of woolly jumpers, scarves and cardis can add great texture and feel to your maternity images. See examples in our gallery.
Naturally, we are spoilt for choice with great locations in Sydney and on the Mornington Peninsula for your maternity shoot. Ideally, our mother-to-be will be awash with the golden light of a sunset, at the beach or amongst beautiful trees in parklands. Regardless, out in Mother Nature for your portrait photography is always best!
Your maternity shoot is normally 60 minutes. We love it when older siblings and partners come along and join in! We keep it simple yet fun and work creatively to show off your beautiful belly and the pure excitement of having a new baby en route. Often coupled with a newborn photography session, the ‘Belly and Bub’ photoshoot combination ($375 in GST) is the perfect way to capture these rare and magical days around your new baby’s arrival.
Shoot fee $250
you then simply purchase what you love..
8×10″ print $125 each
Complete Collection of high res jpegs $1450
please email for more information on print sizes, albums and packages!
"Cris was absolutely outstanding to work with! We used her for belly shots and then newborn bub shots. The sessions went incredibly smooth and the results were fabulous! She's able to not only capture the perfect moments, but also bring them out. We will book her again and again as our little bub grows."