Believe it or not, price is not (or at least it shouldn’t be) what determines who is the best photographer for you. Here are some topics you need to consider before you make your final decision.
These two are the cutest parents-to-be! When I spoke with Sabina over the phone for her consultation she had a very clear idea of what she wanted for her maternity session. She really inspired me to get out a little from my comfort zone and do something different that what I normally do in a maternity session.
Layla Raye's parents came to me through a referral from a great client. As a NJ newborn photographer this always makes me happy because all I want is for my clients to be happy with my service and of course with their portraits.
I did this consultation through video chat, one of the options I offer if parents want to see the studio without having to drive all the way here before the session. Marisa and Daniel live in Bronx, NY and it was going to be very difficult to meet me here twice.
As a NJ newborn photographer we normally recommend moms to book as early as 2 months before their due date. This let us get prepared for the session as we often like to purchase new props for each session (Not that we have to but we normally have a weakness for cute little props!). We also plan around your due date knowing that we have about a 2 weeks window of the new baby arriving. But the reality is that things happen, especially for new parents and booking a newborn session is not at the top of the to-do list.
I welcomed Jameson to the Lullabies for Josephine Photography family with his Fresh 48 Session at the hospital in Livingston, NJ. He came to my studio in Lincoln Park, NJ a week or so after for his big debut as a professional model.