MATERNITY

lady wearing black lace body suit smiles and looks down at her bump during maternity photography photo shoot with Rachel Fairfield Photography
black and white imge from maternity photoshoot in Esher Surrey with Rachel Fairfield Photography
pregnant lady in white bump reveal dress looks down at her bump during maternity photo shoot with Surrey Photographer Rachel Fairfield Photography

If you are looking for a maternity photographer in Surrey then big congratulations must be in order! I'm SO excited for you!  This session is all about YOU, making you feel special and getting some gorgeous but natural images of you and your bump. 

 

This is such a special time in your life, but I know you don't always feel your best, with the tiredness and discomfort that often goes hand in hand with pregnancy, so this is a great opportunity to treat yourself, and enjoy your bump while you still have it!

 

You can choose from my collection of beautiful maternity clothes, as well as bringing some of your own from home, if you would like.  My maternity sessions last around an hour and can include a partner or sibling too, or you can come and enjoy the occasion by yourself.  These sessions are best taken when you are between 32-37 weeks pregnant, when you have a nice round bump, but are not yet feeling too uncomfortable. 

Here are some of my favourite pictures from maternity sessions at my photography studio in Surrey.  Nearly all of the clothing you see here is part of my studio maternity wardrobe, which is yours to enjoy and wear during your session.  If you have any questions about a maternity session or about any of my studio sessions, please do get in touch!

 

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"Rachel had lots of fantastic ideas about how to get the best pictures of our son Lucas, and was great at reacting to the unpredictable moments that naturally occur with a newborn baby. These moments actually resulted in some brilliant pictures! Crucially, when the photoshoot was interrupted, because Lucas needed feeding or comforting, we weren’t made to feel like it was a race against the clock.  Rachel’s patience and calming demeanour continually shone through." LOUISE & STEVE, ESHER