Category Archives: newbornphotography

Older Newborn Sessions

Older Newborn Sessions… Worried you won’t get the “newborn” images you want? I find I have 2 types of clients, some book as soon as they find out they a pregnant or just after their 12 week scan – which is great (and super organised) Then I have those, who have no idea when it…

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  • mya - aw what lovely images!! Some great images of a 14 week old and goes to show that it can be done.ReplyCancel

Where To Go Pumpkin Picking Near Essex

Where To Go Pumpkin Picking Near Essex? I don’t know about you, but this time of year just seems to fly by. Every year I see the cutest images of my friends children sitting in the middle of pumpkin patches and think to myself ‘this year I will take the girls’ then by the time…

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Christmas Grotto 2019, Best places to see Father Christmas

With only 84 days until Christmas Day, I thought it would be a good time to share some places I have been (or plan to go) to see the big man this Christmas 2019! My Christmas mini sessions have been a huge success this year, selling out within 48 hours! Then an additional date within…

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  • MADELEINE ROGERS - My fave time of year. Wish my kids were still little! ReplyCancel

  • Selina - This is very helpful, thank you!ReplyCancel

  • Lauren Reynolds - Ah thank you Jay, great blog, Lapland UK looks AMAZING!! ReplyCancel

  • Carli - Ooh yay christmas. What a magical time. Cannot wait to see your christmas images x ReplyCancel

  • Kirsty - Oh my goodness thank you so much for so many fantastic ideas!!!ReplyCancel

  • Clare Perry - Ruxley is super close to me, it is always a massive hit!ReplyCancel

  • Lisa - Thank you for the info, it was really helpfulReplyCancel

  • Nicole Whyte - Oh xmas is coming, its getting so exciting xReplyCancel

  • jill - It’s the most wonderful time….of the year! Great info thanks Jay!ReplyCancel

  • Emma - Ooh I’m feeling festive already after reading this! ReplyCancel

  • Sarah - Christmas time is definitely my favourite time of the year. I’m lucky enough that my youngest is still young enough to visit all of the grottos as I love taking her. ReplyCancel

  • Andrea Bradley - Oh so exciting xReplyCancel

  • Sharon Nicholson - Really useful information, thanksReplyCancel

  • Hannah Willis - Ooh this makes me feel all Christmassy. This is such a useful blog for things to do with the kids over the festive period. Love your photographs xReplyCancel

  • Louise - Oooh these are just awesome! Who wouldn’t want to have a christmas photoshoot with you??ReplyCancel

  • Amy - Lapland Uk looks totally amazing!!ReplyCancel

  • Tianna Jarrett-Williams - I love Christmas, even more now I have children! This was a helpful read! Thanks!ReplyCancel

  • Marie - Great blog, thank you JayReplyCancel

  • mya - Beautiful!!ReplyCancel

  • Joanne - Such great recommendations – I’ve been meaning to try the epping – anger railway at ChristmasReplyCancel

  • Natalie Moss - Love Christmas.  Some fantastic ideas.ReplyCancel

  • Brooke - My kids would love the railway!ReplyCancel

Composite images – What they are and how are they done?

Composite images – What they are and how are they done? You may or may have heard the term ‘It’s a composite’ but what does that mean? A composite Image is a picture that is made from the combination of multiple images merged into one. The Frog Pose… Probably my clients favourite pose and my…

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  • Joanne - These are so beautiful Jay ReplyCancel

  • Sharon Nicholson - Newborn safety is so important, this is a really good blog explaining how some of these images actually come together.ReplyCancel

    • admin - Is is so important, thank you for taking the time to read it SharonReplyCancel

  • Claire - Jay thank you so much for the mention. Your work is exceptional. I still haven’t attempted froggy and I may have to book a flight over to get shown by the master froggy poser! ReplyCancel

    • admin - Ha ha! Your very kind and your so welcome! I still can’t believe you make those amazing digital designs from your own flowers.ReplyCancel

  • Lauren - This is fascinating! It’s great to see how you pull these off and your images are absolutely beautiful x ReplyCancel

  • Andrea Bradley - So clever and beautiful xReplyCancel

  • Jill - Gosh you are SO clever!! These are beautiful and its so important you take the time to explain how its done. Safely! Beautiful ReplyCancel

  • Tianna - Great education for parents to see the safety side and creative side. Beautiful.ReplyCancel

  • Lisa - It’s so cleaver how you do that and reassuring to know you take safety so seriously. Baby is in safe hands ReplyCancel

    • Jay Saunders - Thank you Lisa and yes your right, safety first – alwaysReplyCancel

  • MADELEINE ROGERS - Wonderful! Really clever and such gorgeous images. Clever lady. 😀ReplyCancel

    • Jay Saunders - Thank you so much Maddy – it means a lot coming from the lady who has trained me!ReplyCancel

  • Nataliemoss - Interesting read. Great to see how you do composites ReplyCancel

    • Jay Saunders - Thank you so much and for taking the time to read itReplyCancel

  • Louise Ferguson - I love these. You have really inspired me to do more composites!ReplyCancel

    • Jay Saunders - Thank you Louise. Thats great, they can be an amazing addition to galleries.ReplyCancel

  • Brooke - This is so interesting! Absolutely love the results!!!ReplyCancel

  • Carli - Wow, this is so interesting and so important to know when you are picking your newborn photographer xReplyCancel

What happens next? After your Newborn Photoshoot Essex

AFTER YOUR NEWBORN PHOTOSHOOT ESSEX… Hopefully you will leave the studio, well rested with a calm and relaxed baby. Most people think my work is done, but the shoot is only just the beginning. And the hard work just begins. I will download all your images onto my computer (back up ALL files, including RAW…

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  • Amy biggar - Wow you are so talented! Your images are incredible!ReplyCancel

    • admin - That’s really kind. Thank you so much AmyReplyCancel

  • Hannah - Wow! That’s amazing how you do that! Gorgeous work ❤️ReplyCancel

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