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*No cash value. For new sessions only. Minimum purchase applies. Expires 10/31/2011.
As one of San Diego’s most prestigious photography studios, we print our Holiday Cards using only state-of-the-art HP Indigo digital printing presses with real liquid ink, making the color quality and consistency of our press printed cards the best you will ever see.
In addition, our fully customized Press Printed Cards are available in 4×5.5, 5×5 and 5×7 sizes, both flat and folded styles. Non-traditional sizes and styles, including a 5×7 Wide Format, 5×5 Trifold, and a 4×5.5 Accordion, are also available.
Choose from 5 paper cover stocks –standard, art watercolor, art linen, art recycled, or pearl. Also add UV coating to the standard and pearl paper for added protection and a high gloss look.
Other Popular uses of these one of a kind cards include, baby announcements, high school senior graduation announcements, wedding invitations, thank you cards, stationery, and of course holiday greeting cards.
We enjoyed meeting this cute couple. Mom was just a natural in front of the camera, and had deep brown eyes that just “ate” the lens, and I love the fun interaction between them! These two like a more artistic flair, so we included a few moody black and whites as well.
At BlueFlair, your maternity session is now complimentary with the purchase of a newborn session. Our albums that tell the story, “from belly to baby” are a must see, and a wonderful gift to pass down to your child and grandchildren.
This mom and dad are soooo anxious to meet their new little one! I love this quiet moment between them – they’ll need to stock up, because those moments are few and far between once the little bundle arrives!
Yep, they’re expecting a girl . . .
They brought some props of their own (love it!!), and dad had this suggestion for the blocks. A clever fella, indeed! How cool is that? Guess what baby’s name will be? No fair – you cheated!!
Don’t these two make the cutest couple? They were a lot of fun, even if it was a scorcher of a day. They’re anxious to meet their new little guy – and so are we! Enjoy your previews, mom and dad! Remember, moms-to-be, BlueFlair Photography gift cards make a great baby shower gift!
One of our amazing wedding couples from last year came in for their maternity session. They’re big Yankies fans, so we can’t wait for some interesting newborn images – I’m sensing a theme! Here are some of our favorites from the maternity session. You two are both so genuinely sweet – we’ll gladly take 50 more couples JUST like you!! Enjoy the peeks!
This is a great story of a legacy of love! Grandma-to-be is just so incredibly excited about the upcoming birth of her grandchild that she decided to spoil baby, mommy, and daddy by investing in our Chrysalis Collection. This collection focuses on telling that special story of each new belly to baby. Mom and Dad were absolutely awesome to work with and let’s face it mom’s belly is just so beautiful and tiny! Mom disagreed with the “tiny” part so of course we had to tell her to invest in glasses and a good mirror because…just look at her…she’s only sporting a basket ball when I was sporting an over-sized watermelon when I was in my eighth month!
Anyway…here are a few sneak peaks for grandma, mom and dad of a few of the “less revealing” images from the day. We’ll see you soon so you can check out the rest of the images from the session! Let us know what you think by leaving comments bellow!
So many of our expectant parents ask us when they should come in for their newborn portraits and we always reply the same way…”Meet us on your way home from the hospital.” There’s usually a long pause as they wait for us to say we’re kidding, but guess what?…for the most part we’re really not joking!
The absolute BEST time to photograph a newborn is within the first week of their precious lives, under two weeks is acceptable but is starting to push it. You see…newborn’s under one week of age still sleep like the dead (not mine unfortunately, she’s NEVER slept like the dead a day in her life…not even in the womb, but MOST do).
They also haven’t had time to realize that they’re not crammed into a tight little space anymore, so they still curl up in that adorable fetal pose. But after day ten (give or take a few days)?… you can just forget about getting that amazingly classic newborn pose without your little one putting up a fight. The secret is out and every time you try to curl them up they just can’t wait to pop those tiny limbs back out again.
Also two to three weeks is about the time a lovely case of baby acne can rears it’s ugly head…no pun intended. Of course we still photograph newborns that have passed the two week mark, and we still capture amazing images of these tiny new beings, it’s just that the longer you wait the harder it is on both the baby and the parents.
So to summarize the answer to the question “when should we schedule our newborn session?”…the sooner the better!!!
This tiny little guy was only 10 days old, and both he and big brother did a great job in front of the camera! Mom and Dad love sepia toned images, so we put the finishing touches on a few of our favorites and here they are as a little sneak peak. Hope you love them as much as we do!
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Here’s a sweet mama we had the pleasure of meeting recently. She brought a cute pair of baby shoes which made the image extra personal. Dad is a firefighter, and we can’t wait to incorporate that element (picture this: baby curled up in the helmet!) When we photograph a maternity portrait session, we encourage our moms to bring shoes, a baby blanket, a special stuffed animal, that we can incorporate into the images. Just imagine your child when he or she in 10 years looking back and knowing that you were already planning special things for them! What items would you bring into a session?