Relaxed with her family by her side, capturing Alex as she nurtures her growing baby was incredible.

      Can you believe it was Winter? On the Peninsula?! It was chilly but so incredibly beautiful as you can see.

      Alex sent through an email as I had captured her last newborn baby photography session and decided as it would be her last baby, could we organise a family maternity session – we turned it around in 3 days! I do love it when the planets align like this (it doesn’t always happen!)

      I’m always happy to bring along my wardrobe to outdoor sessions, I try and make them as seamless and easy as possible.

      Looking forward to sharing the little occupier of this beautiful bump.

      I’m a natural light maternity and newborn photographer who photographs beautiful, natural and simple photographs that reminds you of the important milestones. You put in so much of yourself into parenthood, often behind closed doors and I like to be able to hold up a mirror and show you how beautiful you are as parents and how much you are adored.

      Emily King offers maternity photography & natural newborn photography in Chelsea Heights. Chelsea Heights is easy access from many suburbs all over Melbourne’s South East, Bayside and Mornington Peninsula. Suburbs include Brighton, Cheltenham, Bentleigh, Aspendale, Chelsea, Dingley, Mentone, Mordialloc, Parkdale, Oakleigh, Botanic Ridge, Cranbourne, Lyndhurst, Arthurs Seat, Balnarring, Baxter, Bittern, Blairgowrie, Boneo, Cape Schanck, Crib Point, Dromana, McCrae, Main Ridge, Merricks, Moorooduc, Mornington, Mt Eliza, Mount Martha, Point Leo, Portsea, Red Hill, Red Hill South, Rosebud, Rye, Safety Beach, Shoreham, Somers, Somerville, Sorrento, Tootgarook, Tyabb, Frankston, Langwarrin, Seaford, Carrum, Karingal, Frankston South, Olivers Hill, Mount Eliza, Mount Martha, Skye & Sandhurst.

      Outdoor family photography is carried out on weekends about an hour prior to sunset and locations include the Mornignton Peninsula, Olinda, Flinders, Chelsea & Carrum

      SHARE
      COMMENTS