Professional baby photography on location

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With my professional baby photography, I offer many different options, so there’s always one to suit your needs. In those precious early days with your baby, I like to come to your family home. This means you don’t have to worry about leaving the comfort of your home. I remember those early days so well. It used to take me hours to get ready to go out with both of my two! It also means you don’t need to worry about being in unfamiliar surroundings. There’s no stress or rushing about. Just a calm baby photography session producing precious, natural images. This also means your home will feature in the photos, which will be a fantastic reminder for your children, in years to come, or where they began their lives.

Professional baby photography in your local park

When the baby is a little older, we can do the baby photography session outdoors. Perhaps in your local park, where you’ll be spending so much of your family time together as your baby grows up. Again, these images will be incredibly meaningful to your child in years to come.

And when the baby is even older you can choose to have your baby photography session during a special family outing. Or as in the photo below, during a London vacation photography session. What better time to get some professional family portraits done, than when you’re all on holiday together?

London Vacation Photography with your baby

This lovely family had booked one of my London vacation photoshoots last year and were keen to have the photos taken in one of their favourite areas of London, between Tower Bridge and Borough Market. This particular photo was taken in Shad Thames a wonderful riverside street, full of converted warehouses, right next to Tower Bridge.

Whatever age you’d like your baby photographed please do get in touch. We’ll find the perfect location for your unique family. Details of my London baby photography sessions can be found here London Baby Photographer

baby being held by his parents

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