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annie miebs is natural photography, located in wasilla, alaska. specializing in empowering women in all walks of life; young girlies, tween to 20's, pregnancy, motherhood and beyond.

retainer $200 – this non-refundable fee secures your session date, includes the classic specifics and our consultation. however, it does not include digital images, prints or products. collections start at $350.

 

maternity: i like to capture mamas in their 28-34 weeks of pregnancy. this, of course, is all up to you and how you are showing, but more importantly, how you are feeling. i prefer a consultation a week before our scheduled session, via email or phone to really delve into your vision. please connect with me early in your second trimester for scheduling.

 

belly to birth: customized to your desire; you select the frequency of sessions during your ten-month journey.

 

birth experience: labor & delivery and in your arms. so much of this incredible experience is lost in countless contractions, laps around the room, focused breathing and oh, the pushing – story book included with this session. limited availability.

 

birth day: a visit to your hospital, birth center or home to capture your super-fresh newbie, within 24-48 hours of arrival. combine this with your maternity or newborn session for package pricing.

 

newborns: 2-14 days young is best, if you're hoping for some posing. i prefer more of a lifestyle session, but i understand the desire for pictures of just baby. consultation can take place at my studio where you'll see an array of colors, textures and props for your wee one.

the story – your baby story

the pregnant mamas. brand-new, sweet-smelling newborns. a 2-year old "only" about to be upgraded to big sis. single mamas. the first-time parents, brand new grandparents. the family of 5, opening their hearts to adoption, expanding their family to 6! hospital & birth center births – how lucky am i to witness such love!

 

these are my favorite sessions; it's where my heart goes. being a mother of 3, it's no wonder! i've done the hospital route, birthed at a local midwifery and welcomed our last at home. i've had easy babies and one, well, she showed me another side of motherhood. one i didn't know existed until her arrival. and, i'll just add: there's a reason she's our last baby. wink.