Expecting a new member of the family is always an exciting time, whether it’s your first, second or even your third child. Gone are the days of hiding away until the happy day, after all this is one of the most magical times of your life and one which should be celebrated like any other special event.
At Venture we will ensure that your ‘bump’ portrait captures more than a moment in time and tells the story of you, your family and your new addition. Our highly skilled photographers will ensure your images are beautiful and flattering – and a long way from what you expect to see.
When your baby is born you’ll find the first few weeks are an amazing, life changing and truly magical time. As you look at your child, you are at long last able to see your baby’s unique features on a face that you have imagined for so long.
At Venture we can create lasting memories of these unforgettable early stages of your baby’s life with photographs that you will treasure forever. You can feel assured and at ease with Venture’s highly trained photographers and state-of-the-art studios, which are fully equipped to create a calm and trusting environment for you and your bundle of joy.
Your Newborn session needs to take place within the first 14 days from birth, when your baby is still very sleepy and can be easily positioned into exquisite poses. It will last up to two hours and babies usually sleep contentedly throughout, in the warm cosy environment. And don’t worry, there is plenty of time for feeding and cuddling whenever you like.
When Alison and I first met we used to spend a lot of time going to the cinema, mainly because there was nowhere else for us to spend time together. It soon became very evident that we both really enjoyed films and it inspired a number of holidays for us.SEE OUR STORY
As any parent will tell you, children grow up so quickly! To be fair, that may not be the answer they give you in those early days of nappies and sleepless nights, when time seems to dissipate into some kind of parallel universe and you don’t think life will ever be normal again! But, as…READ MORE
How the world of photography has changed in recent years! Although the first acknowledgement of photography was in 1839, it remained very much a specialist domain – with complex cameras and hours in the dark room – until the latter half of the 20th century. Photographs such as family portraits were rare and treasured commodities…READ MORE