Birth Photography | Maine Photographer

Happy February everyone!

As you may be able to tell I’ve been updating my website a bit lately. I’ve updated my birth session rates and would really love to add some more birth photography to my portfolio. I find birth photography to be some of the most moving and powerful photography.

I’m currently offering $200 off any birth session booked during the month of February. Due to the nature of childbirth, I literally put myself on-call in preparation of your little one’s arrival. I am only taking on a couple of these sessions in 2017 so if you are interested I would love to chat with you more.

Here’s a little more information about booking a birth session:

On the day you go into labor, I am ready for the call. I typically head to the hospital (or your home if you are having a home birth) when you are 6cm dilated. Packages can be customized if you would like an earlier arrival but 6cm seems to be magic number. You know things are progressing and it’s going to happen soon but I have enough time to get to there.

When I arrive, I will check in with you and see how you are doing. After that you may forget I’m there. I am there to capture this miraculous occasion and do it as inconspicuously as possible. After the birth, I stay for the first hour of your little one’s life and keep photographing your new family while blending into the background.

 

Please feel free to share this with anyone you know who may be interested & happy love month!

Warmly,

Danielle

 

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