Pregnant? Be sure to capture the first stage in your baby's life.
Being pregnant is a beautiful time in our lives. I've had so many Moms come to me and say, "This is the last time it will be just the two of us" or "I want to capture the last days of my daughter being an only child" or maybe this is your last baby and you want to capture your whole family as it is now. A big change is about to take place once baby arrives, and these photos are the perfect way to be able to look back on a time before.
While 9 months may seem like a long time, there is only a short window to capture mom and baby. Maternity pictures are best when taken between months 7 – 8 of your pregnancy. Maternity sessions typically last about one hour. You are more than welcome to change outfits during the session. I provide tips throughout the entire process from what-to-wear to locations. I help with posing in the most flattering ways for the most gorgeous maternity photos. You are welcome to bring props to your maternity session. Props can include an ultrasound picture, blocks, toy or decoration from the nursery, or anything else you would like to incorporate into the session.
Just like all of my packages, maternity sessions include the digital rights to your edited images in high resolution quality. The files will be delivered to you via online gallery and USB drive.
Haley Grant Photography also offers a number of collections that include a maternity package. Visit the Pricing Page for details on pricing and to check availability.
Austin, Texas native, Haley Grant is an award winning Cedar Park based professional photographer specializing in Newborn, Baby, and Maternity Portraiture. Growing up the daughter of artists, she is inspired and influenced by many forms of fine art.
She has served the Austin area for over six years and has received professional training in Newborn Photography from many of the industry's leaders. Her knowledge of an infant’s cues, abilities, reflexes, and needs are not only necessary to capture those beautifully soft and squishy poses, but more importantly...