Maternity FAQ's - Kylie James Photography
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Maternity FAQ’s

When is the best time for a maternity session?

Maternity Photography is best done between your 7th & 8th month of pregnancy or around 36 weeks. If you are carrying multiples around 6-7months is a good time. Although this may feel a little bit late, this is the ideal time to capture the perfect bump!

What do I wear to a maternity session?

Wardrobe is the key to a photo session. I love dresses in neutral earthy tones for maternity sessions as they really compliment the shape of your baby bump, and add a light, airy and flowing feel to the images. We will work closely together in helping you feel confident and comfortable.

I have a professional make-up artist that I can highly recommend and use on a regular basis, who will make you look and feel amazing! I can provide you with all the details so you can arrange an appointment prior to the session.

Can other members of my family attend the session?

Definitely! Husbands, children and pets are welcome and encouraged to participate in the maternity session also. It’s a special time for everyone!

Where do maternity sessions take place?

Maternity sessions take place either in my natural light studio or on location around Newcastle and the surrounds. I have some great location suggestions, just depends on what works best for you!

How long after the session can I expect to see my images?

Your images from your session will be presented on a custom USB along with any prints included in the packages, normally around 1 week after.

As part of Kylie James Photography point of difference, light refreshments are provided whilst viewing and choosing additional print images or products that you love!

Do you arrange printing of the images?

Yes, I use a colour calibrated digital workflow and liaise closely with a professional printer to ensure your prints are of the finest quality.

Not only can a poor printing job reflect badly on my work, but it also diminishes the impact of your professional photographs which you have paid good money for.

Print prices and other products are displayed when you collect the images.