Expectant Moms Wanted in Claremore

Are you expecting a baby this summer? Full Feather Photography is looking for an expectant mommy to model two gorgeous maternity gowns for a vendor.

The session will take place at Full Feather’s boutique portrait studio near Downtown Claremore on Wednesday, June 7th from 12:00-1:30 p.m.

To register, click HERE! 

What is a maternity model call?

A model call is a shorter session that will focus on Mommy only. These portrait sessions are offered throughout the year as my schedule allows and they give me an opportunity to try out a new posing technique or feature a new clothing item from a vendor.

Is there a charge to participate?

No! The standard session fee will be waived and chosen clients will receive 3 complimentary digital images. Additional products available for purchase either ala carte or from a collection.

When/where will the session take place?

I will contact model call applicants based on baby’s birthdate and my schedule availability. These will be at my brand new boutique portrait studio, which is located a few blocks away from historic Downtown Claremore.

Who is invited to come along?

This session is for the expectant mother only. It’s best to leave other children at home so we can focus on your session.

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