I’m proud to announce a couple of new services SvenStudios is rolling out with the aim of being a more family-oriented photographer branching out wider than my wedding photography. I’m very happy to announce I am now open to newborn photography shoots as playing about with my newborn daughter in the studio this past month has been an absolute blast! 🙂 While my daughter isn’t the first time I’ve worked with babies in the studio, it’s made me wall in love with the studio again, and want to do it more! 😀 Babies can be a lot of fun!

Newborn photography

As a bit of a promotional offering, I’d love to offer all my blog readers a newborn photography shoot to a limited number of takers. For the first 10 people who respond to this offer, I’m offering an introductory pricing on a newborn photoshoot at my home studio in Morphett Vale for only $160 – with images provided on a USB. Prints can be ordered as an optional addon.


Newborn Photoshoot*

*Strictly limited to 10 customers

I’d also like to showcase one of the unique offerings SvenStudios can offer the mothers of our newborn photo shoots. A professionally framed set of your newborn’s hands and feet, offset by a printed image of them at the time the moulds were created. This is an incredible, one of a kind keepsake – perfect to offer new parents, or grandparents as a gift – particularly on Mother’s day, or even just something to have on hand to remind your little one how little they were as they grow. The set comes complete with a plaque stating your baby’s name, date of birth and whatever else you’d like to add – including any images you’d like to add. Again, as a promotional offering I’d love to offer this incredible keepsake, along with a photoshoot and images on a USB for only $680.


Newborn Photoshoot
Framed print with feet & hand moulds

*Strictly limited to 5 customers

If you are interested in taking me up on this offer, I’d love for you to get in contact to organise a time – as I’m sure these offers won’t last long.

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