Covid-19 Studio Safety

Ellie J Photography
Newborn and Family Photographer Warwickshire

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Hello! If you are booking my services, I want to ensure you that I will be doing my best not only to provide you with some wonderful images, but to do this as safely as possible. 

I have been fully vaccinated and undertake a lateral flow test every day I am meeting clients.

As a busy full time photographer I have many vulnerable clients, including of course newborn babies whose immune systems are under-developed.  From a personal perspective I live with two high risk family members and suffer with asthma myself. 

I realise that our government has now made Covid safety measures voluntary however, I have taken the decision to continue wearing a FFP2 facemask for all sessions and will of course continue to clean and sanitise all props after each session. 

Each client is sent a Covid health questionnaire for completion and return 24 hours before their visit.

I continue to limit sessions to enable the thorough cleaning of my studio between clients.  In light of this, advance booking is required in order to avoid disappointment.

My studio has been risk assessed to ensure I can work safely during the pandemic.

All the photos appearing on this page were taken during the height of social distancing requirements.  As you can see, Covid hasn't stopped us from creating some beautiful memories!

Thanks for reading! If you would like to book, please get in touch via the contact me section of my website.

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This socially distanced image is an award winner!

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Beautiful sisters with their new baby brother.  Mummy posed baby under my direction and I took the photo from
a safe distance using my long zoom lens.

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I love this beautiful family photo!  Socially distanced and safely posed.

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There's no need for birthday boy to miss out on his cake smash and splash!  Mummy was close to hand to ensure safety while I was at the other
end of the studio using my long zoom lens.

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