Arizona fresh 48 photographer
what is it, and what can you expect?
A fresh 48 is completely different than a posed newborn session.
A fresh 48 is imperfect at best. It’s a time where you’re tired, and the last thing you even care about is getting ready to have pictures taken.
But, a fresh 48 is also those fleeting moments where your experience that first 24-48 hours as a new parent, whether it’s your first baby, or your fourth.
The moments where you’re learning every single feature about your new baby. Their button nose, their tiny fingers and toes, soaking up that newborn smell. It’s the moments you don’t want to pass because after this moment, they’ll never be this exact way again.
Optional Family + Sibling Shots
Done Prior to Hospital Discharge
20 High Resolution Images
Private Viewing Gallery
Sales Tax of 8.6% will be added to all packages.
A non-refundable retainer fee is due at time of booking to secure your session date, and is applied towards your session balance.
Prices subject to change without notice. Pricing will be honored at time of booking, booking today locks in current rate.
Any location 30 miles outside of 85085 is subject to a travel fee.
Payments may be made by cash or card. Payment plans available.
Pricing is non-negotiable.
frequently asked questions
As an experience Arizona fresh 48 photographer, I strongly recommend booking at the start of your second trimester. If you’re past that, then definitely as soon as possible.
We don’t, that’s the fun part! Essentially I will put your due date on my calendar, and I’m basically on call until baby comes. Once you’re on your way to the hospital, or an induction date is set, you’ll notify me!
This will depend on your delivery. If you have a vaginal delivery, I try to come later that day or the following morning, depending on what time baby was born. If you have a c-section I typically plan for 48 hours later.
I try to keep these as intimate as possible, so immediate family (mom, dad, and siblings). If grandma and grandpa want to be in an image or two, we can absolutely do that towards the end of the session.