Newborn knowledge base
Newborn photoshoot in Surrey info & more
Over my 10 plus years conducting Family, Maternity, Baby and Newborn Photoshoots in Surrey I have gathered a wealth of information, which I would love to share with you.
I’ve teamed up lovely Lindsay antenatal and postnatal educator from The Mummas Village Elmbridge and Woking to create a Collection or Knowledge base of blogs.
The blogs contain not only hits and tips for your photoshoot but advice, ideas and inspiration for parents, parents to be and new parents.
Tips to help Baby to Sleep
TIPS TO HELP your baby to sleep l Ioften get asked how I managed to get babies so settled so they fall into a nice deep sleep. Over my years as a baby photographer I've honed down my technique so I am confident I can lull babies inro that sleep they (and you), really...
Top Questions My Newborn Clients Ask
Top Five Questions My Newborn Session Clients Ask H ere are a few of my most popular questions I get asked about my Newborn photography sessions and the answers I give. As always, if there are any additional questions you have about my session either have a look at my...
How Photograph Your Newborn at Home
HOW TO PHOTOGRAPH Your newborn AT HOME know there are many of you who booked newborn session which have been cancelled due to COVID-19. It broke my heart to cancel sessions, but I completely understand it is for everyones safety that the lockdown is in...
Becoming Mummy: A Baby Photographers Tale
Becoming Mummy: A Woking Baby Photographer's Tale W ow, where does the time go? I know people say that a lot when they become a parent but, oh how true it is! My own poor neglected blog is testimate to this, I haven't blogged since Elliott was born... he is now 17...
Hi I’m Lorraine, mum to two very lively and loud boys! I’ve been a professional Maternity, Newborn, Baby and Family Photographer for over 10 years.
Hi I’m Lindsay. Since 2017 I’ve run The Mummas Village Elmbridge and Woking providing Antenatal, Postnatal and toddler classes. I have two children who constantly keep me on my toes.