I have been a baby photographer and worked with lots of families in London for over 6 years now.
I love working as a photographer in London as I can meet so many people from different cultures and backgrounds. But love and family is the one thing that groups them all!
Being a photographer for several years it means that I meet the same family again when they have the second or third child. A lot of my clients who come for a newborn shoot will come back for their baby’s first birthday before I see them again for their second baby. And by then there is such a nice relationship: we are both very comfortable with each other as we became friends as well!
The session I’m blogging about was shot in September last year, I know . . . I’m super late but better late than never right?
I’ve known this family for a few years. I photographed the first pregnancy in 2015 and the newborn a few months afterwards. Then I saw them again for the first birthday and finally here comes the second baby!
This time we went to Clapham Common, SW London and it was such a fun session because their nearly 2 year-old-daughter was there too.
Maternity sessions when you are expecting your second baby are more like a family shoot.
It’s not just about the bump and mum but more about the relationship, the family bond. There are so many images that I love from this session but this one probably can show what I mean.
These images are so very natural, no posing just sitting and playing each other.
There is so much fun when you go out in a park with a toddler. You have to keep them happy and daddy has often the hardest work to do 😉 but surely he will love it!
Of course, there are photos with mum, the most sweet ones. And these are my favourites.
If you like these photos and would love to have a similar experience, I’ll be delighted to help you capture this special time of your life. On my website, you can find a lot of information or if you prefer you can call me on 07577 978246 to arrange a coffee together and chat about your dream maternity session!
Curious to see more? Have a look at the full session here.