Most first time moms don’t know when to book your maternity photoshoot, and end up missing out on these beautiful images.
As a soon-to-be mother, you are probably excited to capture the beautiful moments of your pregnancy through maternity photography. However, it’s important to book your photoshoot in advance and have the photos done ideally between 28-32 weeks of pregnancy. In this blog post, we will discuss why it’s important to plan ahead for your maternity photoshoot and the benefits of having them taken during this timeframe.
Firstly, booking your maternity photoshoot in advance ensures that you have a spot reserved with your preferred photographer. Maternity photographers are often in high demand, especially during peak seasons, and booking early guarantees that you get the photographer you want. Additionally, it gives you ample time to plan your outfit, choose a location, and discuss any specific requests or ideas you may have.
Secondly, having your maternity photos taken between 28-32 weeks of pregnancy is ideal because your baby bump is at its most prominent during this time. You will have a beautiful round belly that perfectly showcases the miracle of life growing inside you. Waiting too long to take your photos may result in a larger belly that could make posing and movement more challenging.
Another benefit of taking your maternity photos during this timeframe is that you will likely be feeling your best. By the third trimester, many women experience discomfort and fatigue, making it harder to feel confident and comfortable during a photoshoot. By scheduling your session earlier in your pregnancy, you can avoid these issues and enjoy the experience.
Finally, having maternity photos is a special way to document this important milestone in your life. These photographs will serve as a cherished memory for years to come and can be shared with family and friends. They will also serve as a reminder of the strength and beauty of motherhood.
In conclusion, booking your maternity photoshoot in advance and having them taken between 28-32 weeks of pregnancy is essential for capturing the beauty and magic of this special time. Don’t wait until it’s too late; plan ahead and create memories that will last a lifetime.
At Janice Morse Portraits we tend to book out a few months in advance so please book early. Reach out via our contact page, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at 856-448-4815.
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