Baby Photography

Natural Baby Photographer in Glasgow

 

Why book a baby photography session?

Your baby is changing every day, and once these fleeting moments are gone there’s no getting them back! Scheduling a photo session for the first year of your baby’s life is a great way to capture each major stage of his or her growth, from a newborn photography session that captures their first days, to a six month photo shoot when they are ready to sit and crawl, to their first birthday photo shoot where their wee personalities are already shining through.

 

Why book with Rhiannon Neale Photography?

I take a relaxed approach to baby photography, with a natural, contemporary style. Whether you book your session in my cozy Glasgow photography studio, in your own home, or in your favourite outdoor location, my friendly, calm personality and experience working with babies of all ages ensures a comfortable and relaxed experience both for you and your baby. With over a decade of experience as a professional photographer in Glasgow and a reputation for putting even the most shy of babies (and mums and dads!) at ease, rest assured you are in good hands!

 

At what age should I book a photography session for my baby?

Babies make great models at any age, but I recommend scheduling three sessions for your wee one’s first year: a newborn photography session when they are less than two weeks old, a “sitter” session when your baby can sit up by themselves or with a little bit of assistance (typically around the 6 month mark, but earlier or later is perfectly normal), and a first birthday photography session just before or after they turn one.

 

How much will my session cost and what does it include?

My baby photography session package is £200 and includes a one hour session and your edited, high resolution images (no watermark) on usb with printing rights. Wall art, prints & fine art albums and photo books are also available as an add on to my standard package. For more information about packages & pricing, please get in touch.

 

What is a cake smash photography session?

Cake smash photo shoots are a fun and unique way to celebrate your baby’s first birthday, and they make for amazing photos! Cake smash sessions typically last about 90 minutes and are done in two parts: the first half of the shoot is for portraits of your one year old, and the second half is where we put a cake in front of your little one and let them play with it while I snap photos of the action! There is also an option to add on a third part to the session, where your wee one gets cleaned up in a nice soapy tub. You bring the baby and the cake, and I’ll take care of the rest! Backdrops, props and cleanup are all supplied by me. For more information on cake smash photography in Glasgow, please get in touch!

 

Do you offer a first year photo package?

My first year photo package includes three sessions: newborn, sitter, and cake smash sessions at a discounted rate. For more information, please get in touch!

 

What areas do you cover for baby photo shoots?

I offer the following services for baby photography:

  • Baby photography studio in Glasgow
  • Baby photographer in Glasgow
  • Baby photographer in Ayrshire
  • Baby photographer in Lanarkshire
  • Cake Smash photographer in Glasgow
  • Cake Smash photographer in Ayrshire
  • Cake Smash photographer in Lanarkshire

first birthday photography session

 

How do I book a baby photo shoot?

If you’re looking for a professional baby photographer in Glasgow, Ayrshire or Lanarkshire, you’ve come to the right place! Sessions are offered in our Glasgow photography studio, in your own home or in a location of your choice. Baby photo shoots are available to book up to six months in advance and tend to book up quickly (especially in the summer months) so please get in touch to reserve your date today!

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