Mel Hudson Family Photography
Maternity Photography – Northern Ireland does exactly what is says on the tin. I am an outdoor family photographer and I love to photograph all things family. Maternity photography being a really special ingredient of my portfolio.
I specialise in creating natural light, beautiful maternity photos throughout our beautiful little island. My sessions are very much unposed and the lifestyle feel make the whole session feel very candid and organic.
My maternity sessions are all about capturing the bump, because this moment in time will pass so very quickly.
I will help guide you into flattering & natural positions to create beautiful portraits. However these sessions are not all about the bump. They very much are built around your little family. Which could be just the two of you waiting to meet your first brand new human. Or it could be a family of 4 waiting on their little brother / sister. They are fun, sweet & document the love & joy that comes with expecting a brand new little human.
The sessions are easy & relaxed.
When to book your maternity photography session
I am very flexible with this, as ive had a client book me over 3 occasions to capture the bump growing. Which was very unique & also very much good fun. However I do find with a Maternity session its ideal to photograph the growing bump around the 30-34 week mark, we can go a little later. But please don’t panic if you are only considering it now & you are past this stage. We can capture your bump right up to the last minute! Please do get in touch – give me a buzz – 07703389313 and we can have a chat.
What to wear for your pregnancy photoshoot
This is very much down to personal style. If you are uncomfortable in flowing dresses then please don’t feel you have to wear that. The most important thing is that you are comfortable. However lighter colours & layers do tend to photograph well and will show your growing baby belly lovely.
I’d love to hear from you so we can chat more about your maternity photography session. So please do drop me a line.