Newborn Gallery

Exquisite Newborn Photography

How It Works

I will come to your home and take around 2 hours to capture beautiful images from those first few weeks of life, longer if required. I understand that tiny babies can be unsettled and am happy to fit in around feeds, nappy changes and cuddles! As well as capturing those cute newborn ‘sleepy’ shots, I like to take a unobtrusive ‘documentary’ approach to photograph you as you care for your baby. As a mum myself I believe these type of images will be really special to you in the coming years and remind you of all the emotions you felt in those early days.

After your session your images will be placed in a password protected gallery for 14 days. Your package includes 30 high resolution images but you can of course purchase more should you wish.  Images will be supplied on a digital flash drive ready for you to share with friends and family and are sold with permission to reproduce. Copyright remains that of Juliet Mckee Photography.

You can see an example of a recent session here  here.

Before becoming a professional photographer I was a midwife for 10 years and am now a mother of 4. Please be assured that I come with a wealth of experience in being around newborns and sessions are relaxed and go at you and your baby’s own pace.

– £450

Commercial Photography

Having bright, beautiful, professional images of you and your work can really help to boost your business profile.

I have worked with fashion designers to capture 'behind the scenes' as well as catwalk. I've also undertaken archetectural photography for universities to capture facilities for their websites. In addition I have worked with florists, artists, private clinicians, bridal retail, as well as corporate headshots for large companies.

Get in touch if you feel I could help you raise your profile, document an event, or provide you with some great promotional images.

Case Study - Artist Trudy Murray

Artist Trudy Murray was doing well and reaching customers via her Facebook page, however she was starting to receive feedback that her paintings were even better in 'real life' than in the phone shots she used to sell them.

She then opened a Folksy shop and says;

"I quickly realised that my online presence was not as impressive as either my work or my set-up in real life. I’m lucky enough to work in a beautiful loft studio, but in my photos on social media it looked gloomy and dark. My cats looked not charming, but miserable. My work looked muted, not bright and fun. I had submitted one of those gloomy photos to Folksy to use as a banner on their homepage – they told me very politely that, although lovely, it wasn’t useable. I then took part in a Folksy hour about photography and finished up feeling glum. I just wanted to make art, not learn how to be a professional photographer!"

Trudy then came across me as the wedding photographer at a friend's wedding, and after seeing the photographs, knew my bright and colourful style of photography would be perfect for showcasing her work.

You can read more about our experience of working together in her Folksy interview here.

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