MATERNITY SESSIONS ARE
for newborn clients only

MATERNITY SESSION TIPS – including family

 

Q: Should I include family members in my maternity session?

 

I definitely recommend including your partner – even the most reluctant of dads will warm up and relax at my Langley studio. It is not uncommon to have dad take me aside at the end and thank me for making the experience so easy and enjoyable!

Siblings can be amazing – but also really tricky. If big brother or sister is really young (18 months-3 years old), it can be difficult to get them in the shot. Prepare to be flexible, and try to be realistic about requested shots. It is better to capture natural, candid moments with a toddler, than to fight one for a particular pinterest pose and make both of you miserable! Bring toys, stickers, bribes, and make sure that Dad knows he will have to help wrangle.  Older siblings do much better, as they can follow directions. In either case, we keep sibling shots to a minimum so that the children stay happy. 🙂

 

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    MATERNITY SESSIONS ARE
    for newborn clients only

    Welcome

    Alexandra Hunt Photography specializes in fine art maternity and newborn photography. Her Langley studio is welcoming and perfectly designed to offer timeless photography for modern fairytales.

     

    Alexandra Hunt offers a relaxing and fun experience for pregnant moms and new parents alike, and supplies hundreds of luxury props, accessories, and even outfits for the family! Her light and airy style is pure, clean, and elegant.

     

    She has won 3 national awards for imagery and customer service excellence, has been published internationally, as well as been voted one of Langley's Top 3 baby photographers.

    Alexandra Hunt Photography serves Vancouver, BC, as well as Langley, Surrey, Abbotsford, Richmond, Maple Ridge, Burnaby, and Coquitlam.

     

    Maternity, newborn, and baby photo studio

    located in langley, british columbia