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Keeping the memory alive

celebrating a Special time with Maternity Photography

Mark this special time with a professional Maternity Photography session. We understand that this is the start of your family and for many the start of a tradition in your family.

Your pregnancy will be over before you know it and is the perfect time for a celebration. With the right preparation your photographs will capture this special time and be keepsakes to hang in the nursery or start your baby book.

It is possible to get some wonderfully evocative images of this special time that will give years of pleasure in the future.

To give you ideas for your photography session we would like to thank some recent clients who have allowed us to use these images by photographer Baron Bratby.

The best time to book your pregnancy portrait session is around four weeks before term. This will help ensure you get the largest ‘baby bump’ without too much risk of nature beating you to it!


Include the family

It is best to keep clothing quite simple, we find a white shirt or blouse and simple white top work really well for the light and airy images. For the black backgrounds, a simple black top that can be pulled up allows the focus to be on the bump.


If you do not have the above something plain rather than with patterns. Avoid ‘logo’ tops as they date and do not work well in the profile.

We appreciate you are not a model but we are really rather good at putting people at ease and have many years of experience and always talk over what you feel comfortable doing. We can also arrange a female assistant for maternity shoots to ensure your modesty and help with posing.


Jessica A.

Family Portrait

“Emotionally powerful”

Charly H

Family Portrait

“Fantastic studio and photographers made me and baby very at ease and the photos turned out fabulous! Great experience”

Alissa H

Family Portrait

“Amazing photographs and service Thank you so much Immortaleye Photography”

Book Your Maternity Portrait today

Creating the memories of your bump