WHAT IS A FRESH 48 SESSION?
When you book me for a fresh 48 session I put myself on call for you leading up to and after your due date. The session will take place at your child's place of birth before you are discharged (typically within 48 hours). When you go into labour you, or your partner, will text me asap so I can clear my schedule to come by as soon as you're in recovery (typically the following morning).
SHOULD I BOOK AHEAD?
Yes absolutely! This guarantees you that I will be available for you when you need me. (You are more than welcome to text me while you are in recovery but my availability is not guaranteed and you may miss out on your chance to capture those first hours!)
CAN MY FAMILY BE IN THE PHOTOS?
All immediate family members are welcome to be a part of the session! In order for me to work swiftly and give you your time and space, extended family members are asked to not be in the room during the session (unless medically required).
HOW LONG WILL THE SESSION TAKE?
The last thing you want after giving birth is me there in your space! I will try my best to be in and out within 45-60 minutes!
I'M HAVING TWINS/MULTIPLES IS THERE A PRICE DIFFERENCE?
WHAT IF MY CHILD ENDS UP IN THE NICU?
Depending on the medical facility, I may or may not be granted access to the NICU. In cases where I am not allowed in, you will have the option to switch the Fresh48 session to an in-home session at a later date.
I THINK I'LL FEEL/LOOK AWFUL AND DON'T WANT TO BE IN THE PHOTOS. IS THAT AN ISSUE?
All moms feel not themselves those first few months after giving birth, let alone those first few hours! I promise the focus will be on your new baby, and that any moments I capture with Mom and/or Dad in them will be flattering!
HOW LONG BEFORE I GET TO SEE THE PHOTOS?
I will get you a sneak peek within 24 hours after the session, and you will get your fully edited digitals in a beautiful online gallery to download between 1-2 weeks after the session.
HOW MANY PHOTOS WILL I GET?
Each session is unique but I guarantee a minimum of 40 images with an average between 60-100.