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Hospital New Born Photography FAQs​

Benefits for Hospital Shoots:

  1. A) Hygiene– It’s a place where a baby is born and kept under all the hygiene amenities. Keeping that in consideration we prefer to do a shoot in those basic, fresh and natural comforts of a baby.

  2. B) Convenience– Since a mother cannot take her baby out just after a baby is born we find the baby first place much suitable for them to get their baby clicked there and then.

  3. C) Primary Twinkles– We do not want to miss out with the magical first look of a baby and his moments which can remain with their parents for the whole life as lovely memories, to make them smile always.

  4. D) Interventions at home– We recommend to have first shoot of baby in the hospital, because of lot of intervention, rituals and get together happens once the baby is back to his home.



The photo shoot normally lasts fifteen to twenty minutes.


We typically photograph all babies on their first full day at the hospital. It is also possible for your shoot to take place on the day before discharge. Generally, we do not take photos on the day of discharge unless there is a medical reason for the delay.

We always encourage husbands and siblings to participate if they are available at the time of the shoot, but we may not be at the hospital late in the day. We will try to accommodate you as much as our schedule permits.




We absolutely encourage you to bring a favourite baby blanket or afghan from home to use in the shoot. A beautiful blanket can add texture, color and memories to your new-born’s photos.


We love to include mom and dad’s hands in our photos. Wear clear or neutral nail polish on the day of your shoot. Distracting jewelry should be removed; your baby should be the focus of the photos.

Yes, let your nurse know you are interested in Momma Story pictures and sign the consent form. The session will be completed when the nurse tells us the baby is ready for pictures.

The pre-shoot discussion is an important part of our photography process as it helps us understand better your requirements as well as gives us a chance to explain to you how to go about booking a shoot.

The pre-shoot discussion is usually done on the phone and on Whatsapp. When you visit our studio for the shoot, feel free to discuss with us our product offerings and we will be happy to show you sample products that are available in the studio.

Yes, of course we will. We have experience photographing 1000’s of international models and understand that posing is one of the toughest aspects of creating a portfolio.

We provide guidance throughout your photo-shoot, to help you create the most flattering poses.

Our creative team has years of experience in dealing with children and adults and will make you help you pose to get the most flattering impacts from the shoot.

All edited images will have our logo in either black or white colour within the digital photograph. The position of the logo is generally in one of the 4 corners of the photograph.

In the client form you can choose to purchase images without logos. If you select that option, images will be provided to you without any logos. But that has to be done prior to the shoot.

Unedited Images– File Format JPEG – 72 pixels per inch – Approximate File Size 1MB.

Edited Images– File Format JPEG – The size of such images depend on the camera we use. Generally, these files are over 12MB in size so you could print a 24inch posters from such files without any quality loss.

Camera RAW images are only given to clients as part of an advertising or commercial photoshoot. Incase you want Camera RAW images you will need to purchase the Image Copyrights while filling out the shoot booking form.

Our photo Editing process is limited to the following:

 Color Correction

 Light Correction

 Basic Skin Retouching

We do not take requests for:

 Photo manipulations or background replacements

 Making changes to the actual physical appearance of the subjects we photograph

 Adding additional elements to a photograph

Our photo Editing process is limited to the following:

 Indian and international laws assign the copyright of the photograph to the creators of a photograph.

 Just because you buy a print or get a shoot done does not mean you have purchased the copyright.

 Under the Copyright Act, photographs are protected by copyright from the moment of creation.

 Photographers have the exclusive right to reproduce their photographs.

 Unless you have permission from the photographer, you can’t copy, distribute (no scanning and sending them to others), publicly display (no putting them online), or create derivative works from photographs.

 Copyright infringements, reproducing photos without permission, can result in civil and criminal penalties.