“If you can dream it, you can do it.” - Walt Disney


If you are looking for a maternity photographer in Sydney, contact me! I would be honoured to capture this special moment for you. While planning your maternity photography session, it’s also a great opportunity to do your pre-session consultation and start preparing for your newborn session! We talk about colours and props. Not to mention it’s also a fantastic way for younger children to start to get used to the studio before the newborn session.

These sessions last approximately 30 minutes, you will spend more time getting into your outfits than in front of the camera – haha! Speaking of outfits, I am slowly collecting maternity gowns for these sessions. I ask you to please bring 3 different outfits with You.

If you have a particular idea in mind please let me know! It might be one of the gowns I also am planning on purchasing. When choosing your outfits there are a few things to consider. A jumpsuit or tight fitting dress is awesome as it really allows us to show off the bump! If you have something that is a bit more flowing and can open up at the front to allow your bump to pop through, this is ideal as well. 


As a pregnancy photographer in Sydney, I have documented many maternity sessions. My best advice to you is to bring some lingerie or swimwear with you. Yes I know this is confronting, however you will thank yourself later for truly documenting this time. Remember…you are glowing! You might not feel like you are, but you are a gorgeous glowing Mumma to be.

Including the furry members of the family can also be a super fun and slightly chaotic experience during your pregnancy photo shoot in Sydney. Most pets are welcome at Kristy’s Studio. I have 2 rabbits so I need to ensure their safety at all times of course. I ensure to get a range of images such as individual images of you, you with your children, you with your husband/partner and the whole family together.

As a maternity photographer, I recommend scheduling your maternity shoot between 34-36 weeks when your belly is nice and round, but before you are too uncomfortable and before the baby drops into position.

Maternity Photos Sydney

The turnaround time from your shoot to when your gorgeous gallery will be ready is around 2-3 weeks. For this reason maternity galleries are generally viewed online. You can also choose to wait and combine your gallery with your newborn gallery and view them all together. Most people can’t wait that long though. 

The digitals you receive from the session are high resolution digital images and can be printed even to a large poster size. For your peace of mind I am fully vaccinated. Looking to do a maternity shoot in Sydney? Get in touch now for a magical experience with me.

Your maternity session can be rescheduled at any time – no penalties even if you need to reschedule an hour before you are due for your session. Maternity shoots are done on weekday afternoons between 3-6pm.



Session Fee $195

30 min session

3 outfits

Can include husband/partner and other kids

Can also include furry family members

Online gallery

5 digital images (sent via email for download) from your session

Book an Heirloom Newborn Session and receive your maternity session complimentary!

Maternity Photography Gallery

Kind Words

“I highly recommend Kristy! She was welcoming, friendly, professional & made capturing my 3 week old daughter an enjoyable & stress free experience.”​
“Am glad that I had my bubs shoot done by Kristy. She is really sweet, friendly and really professional with her work. The way she handled my baby was amazing. And the pics came out beautifully!” ​
“Great experience.. Kristy is so lovely, professional and patient.. she even personalised the shoot to suit little family interests !!! Very comfortable studio and so looking forward to the photos!! Xx”​
“Kristy did newborn photographs for my daughter and I could not have been happier. Kristy was excellent, so friendly and had a lot of patience. I am thrilled with the pictures and would highly recommend Kristy for newborn photographs.”​