Your baby will be changing so fast – hour to hour, day to day. Capture those first milestones: meeting siblings or family members, Dad’s first diaper change, meeting the grandparents, going home from the hospital or simply just gazing at each other!
This session captures moments like these that will soon be lost in the fog of your babies first 72 hours of life.
These are the photos your friends and family will be begging for and your parents will want blown up on the wall!
The |First 72| Session takes place when you call, during daylight hours, within the first 72 hours of birth. The sooner the better!
It can take place at the hospital, birth center or at home and will last approximately 45-60 minutes.
Your photos will consist of Lifestyle photography similar in style to my natural light photography with a mix of black and white and soft color images.
Includes 20-30 web friendly digital images.
Includes same-day (or next day if your session is late in the day) Facebook sneak peek with three photos for you to share with friends and family.
How is a |First 72| Session different from newborn photography? Or hospital-offered packages?
A |First 72| session is very VERY different. Hospital photography is not likely going to include you, siblings or family members. It will likely be posed, lasting just a few minutes, and won’t capture your baby’s true fresh self or the bliss and joy you all feel that will be so evident in photos.
Newborn photography* also takes place shortly after birth but never within the first day or two. Your |First 72| session will happen right after birth when those emotions are still high and everything is brand new. There will be no props, studio lighting or baby posing!
A |First 72| Session is not meant to take the place of a newborn session*. These are two unique experiences offering two wonderful keepsakes from two different times in your family’s life. While possibly only days apart, your baby will barely even look the same by the time your newborn session arrives. Don’t miss the opportunity to make time stand still and be able to forever remember the |First 72|!