Where does the session take place? Do you have a studio?
Newborn baby sessions take place in our studio located in Long Beach, Ca.
Babies 3-12 months including cake smash sessions can be photographed in our studio or outdoors.
Family & Maternity sessions will take place outdoors at a local park, nature trail or the beach.
What if I am not photogenic at all?
We have many tricks up my sleeve to make you look wonderful!
What if my baby is fussy?
We have all the patience in the world! It’s totally unstable for little ones to get fussy and we have no problem waiting few minutes for them to take a break or a snack. We advise planing the session around your little one’s nap schedule because a rested baby will be a much happier model.
I saw these cute pictures on Pinterest. Can we do those?
We love Pinterest! Pinterest is a source of inspiration, rather than a strict guideline for your photographer. Feel free to use Pinterest to help you plan your session, but please look at it as general inspiration.
What can I do to help the session go smoothly?
We will have the best chance at getting gorgeous images if we let them happen naturally and just be yourself!
Can I keep the images from my session private?
All clients sign a model release before the session. Please inform us if you would prefer to keep your images private and we’ll honor your request.
How do we book our session?
Use our contact us form or call us. We’ll discuss your hopes and goals for the session and plan your session date.
To complete your session booking and secure your session date we’ll ask you to sign our session agreement and submit your session deposit online.
Are the pictures edited and how will we receive our photos?
For all sessions except newborns, we deliver the images through a private password protected web proofing galleries. All sessions include a specific number of digital images. Clients get to choose their favorite which are delivered via download with full print rights.
Can we have the raw files?
Eastbrook photography does not release unedited raw photos.