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Annie & Edward Maternity Photo

It is not necessary to have too complicated elements on a maternity photos, it doesn’t require anything “else” to be present in a photograph to help tell it’s story.

Pregnancy is such a special time in a woman’s life. It should be celebrated, honoured and captured with gorgeous maternity photography! HK based photographer Steven C offers beautiful pregnancy photography for women and their husbands or partners. Older children can also join in the excitement of preparing to welcome a little brother or sister in to the world.

Maternity photography shoots can be done on location at your home – ideal for creating a warm personal feeling, where you can make the most of nursery décor or any extra-special locations around the house. Steven also has a fully equipped studio in the heart of Kowloon Bay on Lam Hing Street, with a variety of simple backdrops and props that are perfect for having fun and creating your own story from scratch.

Tips for a great maternity photography shoot:

  • The best time for pregnancy photo session will be around 32 weeks – 36 weeks. This is to ensure that there are no mishaps, should baby decide to make an early entrance!
  • Baby clothes, crib shoes and toys gifted by close family and friends make excellent props. This way you can include them in the shoot as well.
  • Select simple, classic outfits for both mum and dad. The focus should be on mum’s beautiful belly and the connection between the parents, not on bling and ruffles! White, off white, black, block colours and dark denim are ideal.
  • Don’t be afraid to get creative! If you’re also planning a newborn or baby session in weeks to come, think about creating a common theme that can carry over between images.

Please confirm your shoot with us by email. We will reserve the shooting day and time once we receive the deposit. For more information about pregnancy photography, get in touch by email, phone or on Facebook.


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Chanatda & Oliver Wedding Day

A simple & a warm wedding day. And because this is only a half day wedding, we have to catch the time precisely in order to capture the moments of getting ready, the wedding rings, the gown, shoes & everything. It turned out smooth and I am happy to met guest from overseas, especially appreciated for the compliment from groom’s family, it was such a wonderful experience to our team.

To love and be loved Is the pinnacle of happiness and riches. May you never lose sight of this precious treasure in all your days together.


Which kind of wedding photographer you would like to pick for your wedding day? You might think it strange but let me summaries,  there are 2 different types of wedding photographers. (maybe more in the reality but I will try to make it easier for client to understand)

1.) Instructional – they give you more direction on what you need to do, or give you different instructions in order to take a GOOD photo. Which required more  setup / time to completed the task. Some clients love photographer’s instruction because they don’t know what to do and they want the photographer to be the in-charge of the wedding.

2.) Photojournalism – they walk, observe and take photos without instruction. You might not even notice they take photos of you / the guest on your wedding day. Some clients love this kind of style because they are camera shy / they want to have a more natural look of themselves.

Nobody can define what is the best wedding photography styles but I just like to express that, you should understand the style of your wedding photographer before you pick them, because your wedding will only happen once in a lifetime. Don’t just pick them because of the price, you should pick them because of their unique styles that you like. If you are not too sure about your decision, arrange a causal meeting with the photographer will definitely to help you to have a correct decision.

Venue: Peninsula hotel hong kong

Civil celebrant: Anthony lam

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