-How many photos do you send your clients?- The short answer for me is all of them.I thought I would take some time over the next few posts talking about some of the questions I get as a photographer. When it comes to the editing and delivery process I decided early on that I wanted it to be simple. No packages, no minimum quantities, and no back and forth nonsense picking prints.I edit and deliver every image I capture (except for test shots and out of focus images) in a web format and a print format. I can understand some wanting to only send what they feel is their best work. However more often than not I've found people will like different images for different reasons. I also don't want to hold on to clients photos. My thought is they are your photos you paid for them so you get em all, and I save room on my hard drive😃. The term "do good work" is much more important when I hand everything over.
So your preggers and want to book a maternity session.
A majority of photographers will recommend any time around the 30 week mark. However taking my fiances advise she says,
"it is a personal choice, a mother should feel comfortable, and beautiful. Those feeling come through in the photographs. Every woman is different, and some baby bumps can grow rather quickly. If you wait for the third trimester you just may not feel confidant in front of the camera."
My fiance felt most comfortable towards the end of the second trimester. By then the baby bump was now a belly, her fatigue in the begining had began to subside, and she really had the mommy to be glow.
How about you? Have you had maternity photos taken? When did you take yours, and what was your expierence like? Let me know in the comments section. If your new to the blog, welcome! Be sure to head over to Facebook and add my photography page. Also you can follow me on Instagram links located above.