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The best time to book your maternity session would be between 28-34 weeks and smaller tummy mums may want to wait a bit, until 36-37 week. The most important thing is to come around when you feel good, not to late, when being uncomfortable might stop you from enjoying this experience.
To avoid dissapointment it's best to contact Aggie while you are still pregnant to make sure your due date gets penciled in Aggie's diary. Please contact Aggie again within 48 hours after your baby arrives.
Your images will be delivered to you through online gallery within couple of days after your session. Your gallery will stay online for two weeks. You'll be asked to pick your package and decide which images you wish to be fully edited. At this point you'll also be deciding about any additional purchase. Ordering appointment can be scheduled on request.
Please bring only the subjects to be photographed to the session. This is especially important with kids, as we will need our full attention on photographed person rather than looking at other members of the family. Of course siblings are always welcome!
Apart from obvious items that you would normaly take with you, when leaving the house with your baby, you don't need to bring anything else.
If you have a personal item that you wish to add to your shoot and make it more special, please take it with you.
Please wear airy clothing. Temperature at the studio will be between 26-28°C.
To achieve a timeless look in your photographs, please avoid wearing clothes with big logos and busy patterns. Soft, natural colours will also compliment your baby's skin tone.
Extra set of hands, ability to reach things (your photographer is only 5'2) and humour is priceless during the shoot.
Aggie's partner Kris may assist during your session when needed.
There is plenty of space to park on the road, and it's free.
LittleAggie Photography is covered by professional indemnity and public liability insurance.
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