About Your Newborn Session

Congratulations on the upcoming arrival of your little one! Newborn portraits capture all of those fleeting, tiny little nuanced details of your precious new baby. Here are some of the important details about your newborn session with Valerie Kay Photography.

 

The best time to photograph your newborn is between 6 and 25 days. This is the sleepiest, squishiest time. Most newborn session poses require baby to be in a very deep sleep and these first weeks is the optimal time. For this reason it is important to schedule your Newborn Session as far in advance as possible.

 

We only take 8-10 newborn clients a month. As such, our schedule often fills months in advance so in order to book your preferred date you should contact me early.

 

If you are interested in maternity portraits you should inquire about booking a Maternity Session or the Belly to Baby Plan as early as the end of your first trimester.

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Valerie Steinkoenig of Valerie Kay Photography is a Texas-based award-winning portrait photographer specializing in fine portraiture of women and their families. Valerie Kay Photography's primary focus is maternity, newborn, and baby's first year (and beyond).

 

The Valerie Kay Photography / Austin Newborn Photography studio is based in Austin, TX and serves the general Central Texas area, that includes (but is not limited to) Austin, Round Rock, Cedar Park, Pflugerville, Leander, Bastrop, Georgetown, Liberty Hill, San Marcos, Elgin, Taylor, Hutto and more.

 

The Valerie Kay Photography studio is conveniently located in N. Central Austin on Burnet Road and is easily accessible via IH-35, FM 2222, Loop 1, Mopac, and HWY 183.

“Sometimes,' said Pooh, 'the smallest things take up the most room in your heart.”
- A.A. Milne-

 

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maternity • newborn • baby's first year

Serving Austin, ,TX and it's surrounding areas.