Although we have an amazing newborn photography website over at Baby jp its still nice to show all of our followers on this blog what we have been up to this past week and as usual we have had a great mix of work, we had a lovely wedding with Andy and Thea, a couple of pre wedding meetings for our June weddings as well as an e-shoot with Doug and Claire in bishop stoke down by the river but more about that in a separate post later, we also had a fantastic day on the solent in a 56′ sunseeker boat but again more about that later.
The reason for this post is to tell you a little more about our studio work and our Baby jp hampshire newborn photography which Sue and I have been working hard on for about 12 months preparing and about 10 weeks shooting now and I am both pleased and very proud to say its going very well indeed, we already run a very successful portrait studio in Southampton Hampshire and now we also run a very successful newborn photography studio, it took quite an investment but we are both delighted that we took the plunge Sue and I are so blessed to have an amazing multi room studio in Bassett Southampton which when we opened it back in 2005 quickly became one of Hampshire most popular portrait studios. After a few extensions and redevelopments its now perfect for all of our needs with separate rooms, including a bathroom, changing room, tv/waiting room and a nursing and changing room if required also fitted with a large widescreen TV. We are hoping that our Hampshire newborn photography will be here to stay and judging by the responses we are getting we think it will be, here are a few of our lates baby 7 day old Amelie who was an absolute star for us.
We are still offering completely free newborn shoots for babies between 4 and 15 days old (older for perms and twins) so please pop over to Baby jp to check them out and to contact us.
We have lots more of these beautiful Newborn photos on our Baby jp website so please take 5 minutes to check them out and maybe leave a message on your favourite blog post, we would love that