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Newborn Booking Process

You've visited my page. Glanced through my pricing and clicked through some images and like my work, now what?
The booking process for any session is fairly quick and easy. There are only a few important steps that you will want to follow to be sure that you are all squared away for your session.

1

Decide how many people will take part in the session and choose a package below.

2

Decide on a date and time.

3

Decide on a location. You can have a look here for some ideas.

4

Contact me to setup your booking.
Pay your 50% non-refundable retainer fee and sign the agreement.

5

Your session is booked!
Start planning your wardrobe, props, etc.

6

Shoot Day!
We all show up on time with our game faces on. You dance, you laugh, you cry happy tears, and we create incredible photos.

7

After your shoot I upload all your unedited images to an online gallery so that you can choose your favourite photos.

8

I edit your chosen photos - This takes 10-14 days from when I receive your list of favourites.

9

I upload your high resolution edited photos to Dropbox for you to download.

Natural Birth Photography

R 6000
Natural birth photography
(on-call)
  • Birth coverage from active labour (4-6cm) up to 2 hours post birth
  • 150 Digital High Res Images via Dropbox
  • 1 Photographer & Assistant
  • 50kms Travelling included
  • **Doctor / Hospital / Midwife permission required
  • Optional Extras:
    Add 1 Hours video coverage with a 10 minute highlights video for R1500

Caesarean Birth Photography

R 4800
Planned caesarean photography
(Date required)
  • Caesarean coverage from 1 hour pre-caesarean and up to 2 hours post caesarean section
  • 150 Digital High Res Images via Dropbox
  • 1 Photographer & Assistant
  • 50kms Travelling included
  • **Doctor / Hospital / Midwife permission required
  • Optional Extras:
    Add 1 Hours video coverage with a 10 minute highlights video for R1500

Fresh 48
Photography

R 2000
Hospital photography session with 48 hours of birth
  • 1 hour hospital photography session.
  • 40 Digital High Res Images on a usb
  • 1 Photographer & Assistant
  • 50kms Travelling included
  • **Doctor / Hospital / Midwife permission required

Posed Newborn
Photography

R 3500
Posed Session with props
  • 2-3 hour photo session
  • Basic newborn props and wraps supplied
  • Parents and siblings included
  • 100 Digital High Res Images via Dropbox
  • 1 Photographer & Assistant
  • 50kms Travelling included

Lifestyle Newborn
Photography

R 2000
Lifestyle Session
  • 1.5 - 2 hour photo session
  • Parents and siblings included
  • 100 Digital High Res Images via Dropbox
  • 1 Photographer & Assistant
  • 50kms Travelling included
  • **Does not include posed baby portraits with props

Newborn photos are a very special aspect of my photography! I love capturing babies when they are so new and fresh! It is important to capture these photos with in the first 10 days of birth! Please try to contact me before the baby is born and then let me know as soon as they arrive and we will schedule the session! They are also more complicated than most typical sessions and pricing differs from a typical session. It is an on location natural lifestyle session. Here are a few tips to help the session run smoothly...
Have the room as close to 90 degrees as possible. Have the baby undressed to a diaper and fed. Have any items you would like to use available! Use a wash cloth to clean away flaky skin and eye boogers. Trim those tiny fingernails and toenails with appropriate baby trimmers.
Book your shoot around your baby’s feeding and nap times, work with the natural rhythm of your baby. The perfect time to shoot is right when the baby would be laying down for a nap. If your baby normally falls asleep after a feeding, wait to feed the baby until we're at the shoot. Baby photographers allot plenty of time for this sort of thing to set up the best situation for great photos.
Dress up paper diapers. Cloth diapers are classy and stylish, but if you don’t use them, bring bloomers or decorative diaper covers, solids preferred.
Nothing is the best wardrobe for a newborn – no outfit fits a newborn well, and they often look swallowed in clothes. Accessories are good, though – little hats, dainty headbands, boys in crocheted hats, etc. Bring sentimental items like the quilt that Grandma made for the baby, a baby blanket from your own childhood – they’re great for the youngster to lay on. If baby takes a pacifier, bring it – if they’re bottle fed, bring an extra bottle to help put the baby to sleep.

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Address

164 Rose street, Riviera,
Pretoria, Gauteng

Contacts

Email:
info@pixiesphotography.co.za
Phone:
062 377 6778

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