11 April 2011

Maternity photoshoot in Borehamwood - some pictures

Following on from my last post a few weeks ago about Tanya's maternity photoshoot with Bump2Baby Portraits, I'm happy to report back that she and her husband Gary love the photos I captured for them and they've agreed that I can post a few of the shots in this blog.

1. We just used a large, brightly lit patio door window with a voile drape for the backdrop to this natural light shot.

2. Tanya and Gary who are expecting their first child any day now!

3. I bring a variety of backdrops to photoshoots so we can get as many different looks in the time we have available.

All of the shots above we captured in the client's living room where I was able to set up my 'home studio'.  There's no need for you to travel to a distant photo studio, worry about finding somewhere to park and being in unfamiliar surroundings.  Having me come to you usually results in a more relaxed photo shoot and a selection of wonderful photos for you to cherish.

For more information on my maternity photography service, please have a look at my dedicated maternity photography website: Bump2Baby Portraits

14 March 2011

Maternity photoshoot in Borehamwood

Over the weekend I had the pleasure of photographing a lovely couple from Borehamwood - Tanya and Gary, who are expecting their first child in the middle of next month.  Tanya had contacted me a couple of months ago via my dedicated maternity and baby photography website Bump2Baby Portraits to arrange a photo shoot in her home.
We had a really good session in both their garden and in my home studio setup that I am able to take to clients’ homes.  Despite being slightly nervous at first, with my calming reassurance, they both soon relaxed and we were able to capture some lovely images which I’m sure they’re going to love when they see them and will give them a lasting memory of this special time.  Hopefully they’ll agree that I can post a couple of the shots up from the session here once they’ve had a chance to see them for themselves.

I really do find that being in surroundings that you are used to helps clients to relax and enjoy their photo sessions a lot more.  There’s no need to worry about arriving at a studio late, having to find somewhere to park, forgetting something and generally feeling rushed and flustered.  I am able to set my equipment up in most locations and situations, whatever the space available.  I will generally travel to clients within a 20 mile radius of Watford, Hertfordshire, though if clients live further afield, we can normally work something out.