If you read my last birth story you would know that I had three false starts with my labour and so going into this one I thought ‘my body had done this before, it knows what it’s doing…when my labour starts it will be starting for real’. Boy was I wrong.
I understand. You want birth photos and your partner thinks it’s a waste of money. His phone has a camera with 8 megapixels! The problem with this logic is that’s like asking the celebrant to take photos at your wedding, they’ve already got a super important job to do.
If you invite us to document your birth we can’t promise to make you look glamorous. But we can promise to be discreet and take beautiful photos of you bringing your new favourite person into the world. $1800. Let’s talk.
Today we have the pleasure of sharing the birth of sweet Leo which Annika got to photograph just before Christmas. But instead of hearing from us it’s way more fun to hear Eloise’s birth story from Eloise –
Earlier this year Annika had the pleasure of photographing beautiful baby Iris’ entrance into the world. If you’re even slightly interested in having us come along and document your birth we’re having an information session this Sunday.
If the whole birth photography thing freaks you out, but you still want photos of your family’s newest addition we have a couple of other alternatives. The first being a hospital shoot, we arrive very quickly after your baby is born and we document your family getting to know one another. Or secondly we can wait a couple of weeks and come and photograph you in your home doing everyday things. Baby baths, nappy changes, songs being sung and lots of cuddles. All the small moments that we sometimes forget to appreciate. $400. Get in touch.
I’ve known Josh and Katie since we were teenagers (like 5 years ago) and so I was super excited and flattered to be asked to photograph the newest addition to their family, lovely Naomi!