Before the Newborn session
When you book your newborn portrait session I will ask about your preferences to create unique, tailor made images for you and your family. You are welcome to visit the studio before booking to check our products and quality of work. We will discuss your plans and vision for the images, and plan the session accordingly. We will also discuss how to best prepare for the session.
What others think of the experience:
I haven't been the main focus of Dagmara's photography, but she has documented much that has been special in my life; my toddler, my expectant wife, and most recently, the home birth of our third child. She has a great eye for detail when composing a picture, and she is very quick to capture a spontaneous shot. I will forever be in her debt for preserving my memories so beautifully. - Jonathan
I felt a little apprehensive... whilst I am proud to breastfeed my babies anywhere they need it, I wasn't sure how I would feel about being photographed doing something that felt so intimate. I needn't have worried: Dagmara set me at ease immediately, and the whole shoot felt wonderfully relaxed and natural.
I had Dagmara out to do this session of my daughter when she was only 1 week old and I could not recommend a better person for taking these precious first photos of her everyone loves them! And she was so patient in-between poses, and feeds etc all to get those perfect shots she even got my daughter to smile in her sleep! Could recommend anyone else more to take picture of your baby's/children as we are definitely going to be using her again!! - Natalie
We had our baby Erin photographed at 8 days old. The photos Dagmara took are beautiful - she took so much time and effort to make everything perfect and we will treasure the photos forever!
Dagmara came to our house to do a session with me and my (then) 18 month old nursling. We had a lovely time and were absolutely delighted with the pictures :) We got a great range of shots and all in all it was an experience which I will always look back on with fondness, as well as a wonderful way to preserve a (fleeting!) moment in our lives together. -Anne