Blue Bean Photography | Arvan 10 days sleepy | Newborn Photography Mickleover Derby

Arvan 10 days sleepy | Newborn Photography Mickleover Derby

May 01, 2018  •  Leave a Comment

Little Arvan the sleepy superstar came to visit the studio from Mickleover in Derbyshire at just 10 days new. I didn't see this little man open his eyes once!

Arvans' mummy first got in touch about 2 months before her due date to book in her newborn photo shoot. We discussed everything she liked and wanted from her session over email and booked her in for around a week after she was due. I had a good idea what colours and tones she loved with our pre session consultation so by the time they all arrived at the studio we were ready to start shooting without having to discuss themes and setups during the session which often interrupts the flow of the photo shoot.

Why not come on down to the Blue Bean photography studio today to get your very own beautiful images of you and your loved ones? We offer beautiful and timeless sessions with newborns and also have a wide range of package deals to accommodate families and children too. Blue Bean even has a package for pregnant women for if you are expecting a new little one to be joining your family soon! If you decide to book in for a session, take a look at some examples of each of the different kinds of shoots that we offer. You may even find something that inspires you for your own photographs, maybe through positioning or the props that are used within the images. 

I firmly believe that communication between the client and the photographer is absolutely vital. If you do decide to book into the studio for a portrait session, get in touch with me, Victoria, so we can talk about the logistics of the shoot. If we have already discussed these things before you actually arrive, we will be much better prepared when you are here. This means the whole experience should be much more enjoyable and better organised.

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