Tips that will help you look good on your maternity shoot

Here are a few tips that I decided to write down that I believe will help you look good on your maternity shoot with me :)

* Wear something comfortable…

It’s a good idea to wear something comfortable so that you feel good. If you are not comfortable, it will show in your photos. I would advise a long dress/skirt. Why? Because I might ask you to sit or lie down for more variety of poses. If you can avoid wearing black, please do. It’s too dark to see your baby bump from the front in photos :) Plus dresses are so flattering and looks great for showing your beautiful baby bump.

* Wear makeup…

A photoshoot is always a good excuse to get all dressed up. So why not complete the look by wearing makeup and doing your hair? It doesn’t have to be anything fancy, a little effort can go a long way :)

* Wear some colour…

Wearing a flattering colour is always a good idea, especially soft pastel colours. I also love it when mama wears something that will really show off your baby bump. You can also add some colour by wearing accessories.

* A note for your man…

I find it best if he doesn’t wear clothes with big logos on. His outfit should also compliment your look. Also, he MUST show how totally in love he is with you and you baby bump! And be willing to kiss you at least once ;)

A final note…

I believe that everyone is unique

So if you are quirky that’s fine by me!

To be honest, I might encourage you :)

Heline x

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    Heline Bekker is a natural Couple , Maternity and Newborn photographer

    based in County Durham.

    She covers the following areas: Crook, Willington, Hunwick, Howden-le-Wear, Witton-le-Wear, Barnard Castle, Brancepath, Bishop Auckland, Staindrop, Wolsingham, Durham, Newton Aycliffe, Darlington, Stanhope, Hamsterley and all other areas of County Durham.