Edwalton “Watch me grow” photo sessions

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Billy’s beautiful triple photo series

Billy has been one of my favourite babies to photograph over the last year, and today his Mum came to collect the final framed triple photo of him, which she can’t wait to take home and hang with Laura and Oliver’s (his brother and sisters that have all been to see me over the last few years.) The “watch me grow” package has been a really popular service, which offers 3 photo sessions over a period of a year. As everyone’s  baby develops at a different rate, there are no hard and fast rules about exactly when the sessions are done, but generally the first is as soon as possible after baby is born and the last around baby’s first birthday. Quite often Mums like to include a Cake smash at this session too. (to find out about the cake smash, CLICK HERE). Alternatively siblings come to the session to be photographed with their new family member, or grandparents like to come along and join in the fun and games, as its a special time for them too! Oliver and Laura came to Billy’s first session and joined in with his photos, so that there are memories of the three children together when he was really small. If you have something special in mind, please do ask, as its nice to make these sessions as personal as possible. This time is gone in a flash, so I feel strongly that you should make this time as creative and personal to your family as you can. Both black and white as well as colour photos can be incorporated into your panel, but most people opt for one thing or the other. There are benefits to both and its as much a personal choice as anything else. If you are interested in reading about the benefits of black and white over colour (and vice versa), go here. Please phone or email if you would like to chat about purchasing  a “watch me grow”  package for your baby.  0115 9231537

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