Pregnancy is full of surprises and challenges. With all the changes your body is going through, you may be hesitant about getting maternity photos. The great news is that with the right maternity photographer, this process can actually be a really fun experience, completely enjoyable just for itself. In our Studio or on location we plan an artistic session from your consult that really focuses on capturing timeless images that can be displayed in your home for years to come.
It is generally recommended to plan your maternity photography session in the late second or early third trimester. 30-34 weeks is the general time that the belly looks great. You want to be clearly showing but still feel comfortable enough to enjoy the process. After that the belly will start to drop when baby is planning for its arrival.
In most portraiture attention is focused on the subject’s face and in particular the eyes. lighting patterns are created to show your features in the most favorable light.
Maternity photography is different. Your belly will be the primary focus in most images not the pregnant woman. We will take photographs from different angles to create different perspectives of your tummy to give it a rounder appearance and perhaps appear larger to draw the viewer’s attention.
We are the only Newborn and Maternity studio in Saskatoon Saskatchewan Canada, that is capable of projecting your sonogram onto your baby bump. We are the largest Newborn & Maternity studio on Saskatoon.
Proud Member of:
The National Association of Professional Child Photographers
Professional Photographers of America
2011 – Took 2nd in the Shannon Tweeds Team Gear Designer Contest
2011 – Won Brett Wilson’s Santa Baby Designer Contest
2012 – Won Tourism Saskatoon’s Hot Times Guide for Photo Cover Contest
2012 – HM in Tourism Saskatchewan’s Snap It! The Great Saskatchewan Photo Contest
2014 – Page Feature in Our Canada Magazine June/July
2015 – Won a spot on DirectWest’s Cover for Saskatoon’s 2015-2016 Phonebook
Newborn Magazine rated us as a top Photographer in Canada for February 2016