Welcome to our newest offering, the Keepsake frame. During your newborn session we take a series of portraits, as always, and then we use our new Babyink magical colour wipes to wipe the special ink onto babies foot, press gentlly onto the card, and then watch as your baby’s footprint or handprint appears in your choice of pink, blue or soft grey. We can also provide a vivid black print if you prefer, although our feeling is it’s too harsh. The soft pastel colours are just beautiful.
After your visit will will upload and customise your prints, adding in baby’s name and birth details, and compile these into a frame with your two chosen images.
The result is a gorgeous keepsake, soft, classic and unique, and completely customised to your baby.
Babyink inkless printing kits are non toxic and safe for use on babies from birth.
Book now for your Keepsake session…it’s bumper baby season and places are limited.
Oh my, I love this close up of the adorable Charlie. Those cheeks…those squishy lips. Do you think babies were made this cute so we’d put up with their unsocial hours?
Jesse’s mum was given a voucher for his photos when he was a newborn, but unfortunately my little guy was sick on the day of her session and we had to postpone. The next appointment was also cancelled as Jesse’s mum wasn’t well.
Take three last weekend, all was on track and he came long to studio full of smiles. Despite the rocky start, mum and I both agreed that 9 months is the perfect age for todder photographs. It’s just so cute. I’ve yet to meet a parent who doesn’t think it the best age so far, and a 9 month old who is not social and full of smiles, and Jesse was no exception.
Xavier is so so sweet, but wasn’t overly impressed about being naked and handed around during his newborn photography session. His good nature lasted only so long, then it was time to break out the fisty cuffs and threats!
The lovely Vanessa is staying cool and relaxed as she enjoys her last few days of pregnancy. I’m still envious whenever I see a pregnant woman. These last few private weeks of anticipation are just so sweet.
George’s parents came into studio a couple of weeks back for a quick family shoot before heading back up North to their home….on a road trip! Wow, that’s really balsy, a road trip with a brand new baby.
I’ve since corresponded and all went well, George is home and thriving.
We just had to share these gorgeous Christmas decorations from BABYink! What a great Christmas gift idea for baby’s first Christmas.
BABYink inkless printing kits come in pink, blue and grey, and enable you to capture baby’s handprints and footprints in colour, and then transfer them to a lovely range of keepsake items. They have a lovely frame range where you can take the print we create for you, and put it alongside a customised keepsake of your little one’s hand or footprints. Or you can create customised birth certificates, baby name wall art, a canvas unique to your child with foot or hand prints included, and the most beautiful handprint and footprint jewellery.
But our recent fave are these beautiful Porcelain Christmas Ornaments, complete with personal details. There’s even one for the family pet! You can check them out on BABYink’s website
I love shooting for clients who really value it, who have been wanting to get family photos for a while and who use the opportunity to create an ongoing family history.
Debbie called us to capture some images of her family while her in-laws were here visiting from New Zealand, along with photos of her own parents. Her girls are very lucky to have these gorgeous memories of their grandparents as a lasting keepsake.
Sigh, why do the boys always get lashes like this? Jasper is just adorable, and full of beans as he kept Nat on her feet chasing around after him. Celebrating his Paternal grandparents having a visit from NZ, his mum organised this photo shoot to capture some family images.
I met Ethan as a baby, then again last year, and now we’ve just shot our third session with the Ham family. I love the colours Janet has chosen here, they are bright without being overwhelming and they look so nice against the green background of the park.
If you are stuck for colour ideas, remember to look up our pinterest boards for some visual inspiration http://www.pinterest.com/bephotos/what-to-wear-springsummer-sessions/