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When should I book my session?

Newborn Sessions:

Please book your newborn session when you are about 2-3 months out from your due date.  My schedule fills up quickly, but I try to be flexible for newborns.  If you are closer to your due date, please always check with me first as there is a possibility I will have an opening.  Newborn sessions take place in my home studio on weekday mornings.

Milestone Sessions:

Make sure to book these 1-2 months ahead as well, just so I can make sure I have room on my calendar for you.  I recommend capturing you child at 3 months (smiling), 6 months (sitting), 9 months (standing, assisted) and at their 1 year birthday!  

Maternity Sessions:

I like to plan these sessions when you are 30-32 weeks along.  That way you have a beautiful bump but you are not super uncomfortable yet and will be able to enjoy your session.  Please contact me when you are in your second trimester so we can plan your session!

Family Sessions:

These are very limited every month, so please contact me well in advance, but again, always check with me if you are needing something soon.

Where are you located?

I am a newborn baby photographer in Fresno, CA and the surrounding areas.  I shoot in my in-home studio and love to venture outdoors when the weather is beautiful.  Let’s talk about your vision for your next session.

When should I expect my images?

A viewing gallery link will be emailed to you within a week of your session.  After you have chosen your favorites, the turn around time to receive your fully edited digital images is approximatley 3 weeks.

Can I order prints through you?

Yes!  This is what I recommend.  I can’t guarantee the quality of the printed image unless it is ordered through me.  I have images printed at my professional printing company and my editing is calibrated to their printers.  I am happy to provide a price list if you are interested in printing with me.

How long do you keep images?

I only keep images for 6 months.  Be sure to download your images, back them up and print them!

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