Silhouetted Bump | Maternity Studio Photography

We have been very inspired by a lot of the silhouetted maternity photography images that seems to be on the surge these days.

Silhouette techniques involved an extensive knowledge and technique when it comes to projecting the light to get a soft huey, almost dreamy like image.

There are those who like this genre of photography, as it provides a sort of a canvas, or anonymity yet still able to achieve that classy and elegant look that bodes well with expectant mothers.

There is a certain artistic kick or twist to the picture that makes these “semi-nude” pictures looked very becoming.

We have Annie Leibovitz to thank for it. She was the first break the norm and started the whole maternity photography trend which was once considered controversial by emblazoning the heavily pregnant Demi Moore on the cover of Vanity Fair in 1991.

Since then, many photographers have attempted and produced maternity images of women who’d like to capture their pregnancy moment.



Science of Pregnancy | Maternity Studio Photography

There are a lot mystifying occurrence that happen during pregnancy.

Like finding your sense of smell heightening, your shoes don’t seem to fit anymore, you feel bloated some times,
and started experiencing weird cravings at odd hours of the day.

You started realising subtle changes that will surprise like enjoying the onion that you probably dislike eating prior to your pregnancy.
Erratic mood swings become a constant companion because of fluctuating hormones.

But at the same time, you will get double the attention from your loved ones,
those nutritious essences served on a tray for you to drink up every day.

Pregnancy is a different game of life altogether, one needs to be courageous, selfless, and always to remember that having a child is a lifetime commitment,
it is a full-time job and one that is unpaid. Like the recent video that went viral online titled ‘World’s Toughest Job‘ that features a mock job interview that in actuality
serves to remind viewers at the end to celebrate and pay homage to motherhood, as mothers have the world’s toughest job in the world.

Yet on the other hand, we’d like to think that being a mom is tough- yes, no doubt about it- but it is also rewarding and humbling as it is another stage of experienceand life for people who chose to be parents.

“To be pregnant is to be vitally alive, thoroughly woman, and distressingly inhabited.  Soul and spirit are stretched – along with body – making pregnancy a time of transition, growth, and profound beginnings.”

~ Anne Christian Buchanan and Debra K. Kingsporn


Sending Kisses to all mummies | Studio, Home & Outdoor Photography

Hailing all mommies, mommies-to-be, even grandmothers to come and celebrate Mother’s day that will take place in less than a month’s time.

Let’s dedicate a day to celebrate the art of motherhood.
And we say it’s art because like art, motherhood involves a whole lot of dedication, sacrifice, patience and time.

To raise a child is a lot of hardwork, even more so for mothers with children [plural]. It is blood, sweat, and tears, shed from the day their children are conceived and there is no expiry date in which their love will end.

Some mothers may reap from it, other mothers may shook their heads in disbelief at the atrocities of their children.
Mothers have to face the wrath of their children when they are at the rebellious stage.
Mothers are also the ones children run to when they troubled.
Mothers are also the one who are hated when they have to carry out punishments after a bad deed done.

They are the disciplinarian, nurturer, ward, guardian, angel, authoritarian, fairy, heroine, they are whatever their children deemed them to be.
So for those celebrating Mother’s day, do reward your mother, mother’s mother, or your wife, spouse, partner, lover, mother of your child the gift of giving.

Take her out on a romantic dinner date [candles and bouquet involved], spa treatment, salon, manicure and pedicure.

Or even better, capture your family’s special moment, with your lovely goddess of the house with our family photography package.
Because we all know that every family needs an official family photographer.




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Gorgeous Mama | Singapore Maternity Studio Photography

Another maternity photography added into our diary, as we noted it down gleefully.

We first met the couple at the Baby Fair held in Expo last February. They approached our booth and had
a little chat with us, promising us that they would send us an email once they’ve looked at our website before
they walked away.

True indeed, the email came in the next day and they booked us immediately  for the maternity and newborn photography package.

Pregnancy affects women in a different way; some women may experience slightly unpleasant moments (morning sickness, cravings, water retention); while others may breeze through pregnancy. Likewise, ‘pregnancy glow’ to some women may sound like a myth.

But boy, when we see this mother-to-be, we are in awe.
She glows, literally and photographing her was a breeze, with her confidence and beauty exuding from every angle.

We wish we’d know her secrets so we can share it with all our clients.

So here it is, a glimpse of our client in her pregnancy glory.



Faith | Maternity Studio Photography

There is always something magical about doing maternity shoot or photography as some like it.

It is the embodiment of how much our bodies, or more specifically, women bodies can endure.
To carry a baby for nine months, to go through the agony of contractions.
To emerge from it a winner, with a baby in tow, is a testament of strength and faith.

“Be faithful in small things because it is in them that your strength lies.”
~Mother Teresa

And so he is in love with a child he has yet met, for there lies his strength, he promised to take care of both mother and child for the rest of his life.


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