Fresh Baby Hospital Sessions
$199.00 Coming soon
Fresh Baby Hospital Session - An amazing session for those new families who want the first few hours of their newborn's life captured. The session takes place within the first 24-48 hours of your baby's life, these lifestyle sessions are perfect for remembering that first day forever.
The session will last approximately 45 minutes and will take place at the place of delivery (hospital, home, or birthing center). The session is scheduled within the first 48 hours after delivery during daylight hours - typically in the morning.
The session includes all images from your session (25+) on USB and will include some color images but mostly beautifully artistic black and white images.
Scheduling is suggested as soon as you know you want one. I suggest 3-4 months prior to your due date to ensure availability. I typically only accept 1-2 sessions per month.
I require you contact me (or someone does) after you go into labor so we can ensure availability for the suggested time-frame.
I will help guide you through the session but the main component of the Fresh Baby sessions are just unposed interactions.
What if my baby needs to be in the NICU?
In this event we will stay in touch and it is handled on a case-by-case basis. We may need to work with hospital staff to find out what we are and aren’t able to do. In the event that I am unable to photograph the Fresh 48 as planned due to these circumstances your deposit will be applied to a future session.
Anything special (regarding the photos) I would need to bring with to the hospital?
Babies look great in just a diaper or a white onesie. Pack an extra shirt for dad just in case (grey, white, black or neutrals look best) and if you’d like basic makeup such as chapstick, mascara and blush. You certainly don’t need to wear makeup for the session but some moms like to freshen up a little.
What is your cancellation policy?
Full payment is required to hold your spot, and if you cancel, this is non-refundable but can be used towards a different session if that better suits your needs.