Tammy’s Pregnancy photoshoot

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Another bump to baby shoot, but this one was for a friend so we were especially delighted when Gary & Tammy asked us to do theirs.  
As with a lot of this type of shoot, the guy feels awkward whilst 
 the woman looks radiant.

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Layla’s 6 month photoshoot

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First of all I photographed Stacey’s pregnancy shoot.  About 2 weeks after she’d given birth I was privileged to photograph baby Layla in one of our newborn shoots.  Now she’s 6 months old I’ve done this family shoot.  It’s always a pleasure when people keep coming back.

Below is a small collection of images from the shoot.

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Baby Maidee

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We were lucky enough to have photographed Kay during her pregnancy and now it’s the turn of baby Maidee. 

She was born premature and although this photo session was done when Maidee was 5 weeks old she was still only 4Ib12oz. She was very small and delicate but she had a good set of lungs and is doing very well.

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Kaisie

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A little while ago we were lucky enough to photograph Amy, and were really pleased when she asked us to photograph her daughter Kaisie.  When they arrived Kaisie was very shy and didn’t want to leave mum or grandma’s lap however with a little coaxing they got her in front of the camera and what a little star she was.

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Harley & Ruby

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I’ve photographed Harley & Ruby a number of times through our Bump to Babies Package, and a cake smash photoshoot is a great way to round this package off.

On the day of our shoot Harley was in a strop and didn’t want to play or sit down; however he didn’t want to miss out on the cake either.

Both twins were more interested in pulling the chocolate off the top and eating it, leaving the cake and icing intact.  It took a lot of persuasion from Mum and Dad before the kids finally started to smash the cake. 

This was a challenging but fun shoot and I hope to get the chance to photograph them again soon.

Below is a small collection of images from the shoot.

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