In our latest session at Henley Design Studio, we had the privilege of photographing Jaxton and his parents, capturing the serene beauty of their new family bond. Set against a luxe backdrop of elegant neutrals and soft browns, the session exuded a refined warmth. This exclusive gallery not only features our signature still photography but also includes behind-the-scenes video, offering an elevated glimpse into the artistry of capturing these fleeting moments. Discover the essence of sophistication and tender beginnings in Jaxton’s session below.
We offer behind the scenes and session luxe highlight videos to capture the intricate details and special moments of your preferred portrait session.
We are currently only accepting a limited number of sessions for Maternity, Newborns, and Milestones sessions.
If you are considering booking a session with our studio, please contact us at your earliest convenience to ensure availability.
“My experience with Henley Design Studio was absolutely beautiful! Her communication with everything leading up all the way to the shoot and photo selection was fantastic! The studio experience was something I’ve never experienced and I would not have be happier with anyone else! The atmosphere during the entire shoot felt like I was this movie star and I felt so special and beautiful! I recommend everyone book with Henley Design Studio! Her work is outstanding!”
What is the best age for a newborn session?
“Newborn sessions are ideal when your baby is between 7 to 14 days old. This timeframe helps us capture those sleepy, curled-up poses while ensuring your little one’s comfort and safety.”
How long do newborn sessions typically last?
“Our newborn sessions usually take about two to four hours. This allows plenty of time for feeding, comforting, and multiple poses, ensuring a relaxed experience for both you and your baby.”
Can we include family members in the newborn session?
“Absolutely! We encourage the inclusion of parents and siblings in the session. It’s a wonderful way to capture the new, expanded family dynamic and those early interactions with your newest member.”