Images are the only way to hit the pause button on time! The moments you never want to forget… Capture the beauty and innocence of your baby in photographs which reflect not just what you see, but more importantly, what you feel. Find out when and how to book your newborn photography shoot with Brisbane photographer Jessica Loren.
It’s never too early to book your newborn session and I tend to book out well in advance, so it’s best to confirm your session early. Get in touch while you’re pregnant to book a tentative date based on your due date. Then, as soon as you are home with bub, contact me and we will confirm a suitable time and date.
I try to photograph newborns before they are 2 weeks old (ideally between day 6-12) while they are pretty sleepy. They change so much in those first few weeks so the earlier the better. However, I can do newborn sessions up to the age of 4 months.
Please get in touch even if it is last minute, just in case there’s been a last-minute shuffle. You might get lucky…babies have a habit of arriving early or late, so I might have space.
Newborn sessions are held in my studio in the suburb of East Brisbane.
Sessions are never rushed and I take as much time as we need. I only book one baby per day for this reason. We stop for feeding and settling as required so it’s best not to make other plans for the day. A session usually takes 3 to 4 hours.
Find out about the latest pricing. Parents and siblings are included at no extra cost. I love capturing the family love and connection that exists right from the start.
If you would like to see more of my work I have an extensive portfolio on Instagram.
The safety of my clients has always been of utmost importance. However, I have implemented extra precautions now that COVID is in our community, including wearing a N-95 face mask for newborn photography sessions. Stringent cleaning guidelines are followed, and I ensure 48 hours between photoshoots. The studio has a separate parent room where you can relax and feed in privacy and maintain social distancing.
“Babies are such a nice way to start people.”