St Albans Baby Photography Carli Adams putting newborn safety first at all times

This is the page where I tell you more about my style and how I’m different to many other photographers websites you may be looking at

Well firstly I’m a mum to 3 gorgeous children and wife to my best friend who just so happens to be a wedding photographer – you could so photography is in our blood.

Photographing babies is a job I never take lightly... In fact it’s SO much more than a job to me, I’ve been running my own studio since 2009 and have photographed more babies than I can remember. I know how you’re going to be feeling in the early days after birth and how a small part of you will be thinking do I really need to have a shoot done in the first 2 weeks.

My studio has been carefully thought out to ensure the experience is as relaxing for you as it is for your baby. There’s big reclining chairs, a cosy blanket just for you and magazines and I’m more than happy for you to just turn up hand me your baby and sit and relax, even take a little nap if you wish.

Many new mums don’t feel up to having their photograph taken so early after giving birth and I get that, if you’re not ready I will never pressure you to get in photographs, in fact, turn up in your PJs and just sit and relaxed.

Our whole experience together is as much about you as it is your baby.

My role as a newborn, baby photographer is not just to take amazing portraits, but also at all times to ensure your baby is in safe hands.

And that’s why I never stop training, every year I push myself further to ensure I can pose any baby in the safest way possible.

All the cute poses you see of newborns take skill to achieve and that’s why in 2017 I took the extra step in my training to be certified by the Master Photography Association.

I became the 3rd photographer and the 1st photographer in the UK to be certified by them in the safe posing of newborns, this is something I’m immensely proud of and so grateful I can reassure all parents I work with that you baby is in safe hands.

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