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To enquire about a future session or ask me any questions, please fill out the form below and I will aim to respond to you within 48 hours! An FAQ can be found below the contact form, this may already answer some of your questions so have a little look before hand.
How do I choose a location?
I'll talk you through all of this when you enquire & provide a "Location Bank" in my prep guide. If you aren't sure from my recent work then think of where you love to go as a family, where you are your happiest? The beach, the forest, a country walk, a sentimental place... I am happy to travel to chosen locations within Hampshire at no extra cost!
How do your packages work?
Packages are split into two parts, you pay a session fee (which is technically a deposit) before your photoshoot to secure the date, this also includes a print. Packages can then be purchased when you view your gallery.
How many photographs are taken during the photoshoot?
Too many to tell you as I'm an overshoot haha! But remember, a lot of these might be out of focus, include blinking eyes or caught mid talk. Your final gallery will have a minimum of 30 to 40 images.
Can our children have a photoshoot without us included?
Of course I can't make you get in the photo but I do encourage families to come dressed just in case they need a cuddle so I can snap these "in arm" moments. Remember, they are only this small once and your children will only ever see how much you love them in your photos.
When should I book my session?
As soon as you start thinking about having one, due to the nature of my photoshoots my calendar fills up quite fast especially in the warmer months.
For newborns, I recommend after your 12/20 week scan and definitely before your baby arrives! There is such a small window of time to capture newborns and if my diary is fully booked, I may not be able to fit you in last minute.
Does my session have to be at sunset?
Yessss! Pretty much, if you're after the golden glowy photographs you see on my social media and website then I highly encourage having a golden hour session. Light plays a huge part in photography and the difference even just an hour too early can be huge! I have lots of tips for keeping little ones up past bedtime but they tend to be sooo excited that it keeps them going through the session.
Times this isn't necessary is for newborn sessions and forest sessions, although the forest looks pretty magical at sunset too!
Do you provide props?
For location sessions, I may bring blankets, flower crowns and outfits upon request but my style is very much natural and props can often distract from the intimate moments.
For newborn sessions, I bring a beanbag with blankets and wraps so I can swaddle sleepy babies!