San Diego & Orange County Newborn Photographer: Worried about COVID-19?
Updated: Nov 14, 2020
Your precious baby is in safe hands.
Please don't let fear of the recent coronavirus keep you from having beautiful newborn pictures taken. As a parent, I completely understand your natural instinct to protect your perfect little bundle.
Your in-home newborn photo session is safer than bringing your infant to your pediatrician's office: I will be the only one handling and photographing your baby. I launder all of my props and fabrics after each use. I have also maintained a tendency toward social distancing in my own life because of my line of work. I have not traveled abroad in the past one year and have not been in close contact with others who have. Your session can also be rescheduled to accommodate any illness & I postpone sessions if I am personally ill.
My expertise and extensive experience in handling, posing and photographing even the tiniest of infants will give you peace of mind that your newborn will be in the very best of hands as I capture some of his or her beautiful early moments.
Illness Policy COVID-19:
If anyone living in the household, or in close contact with anyone being photographed, has any symptoms of respiratory illness (such as congestion, sneezing, coughing, fever, or sore throat, etc.) in the 10 days leading up to the session, or on the scheduled day, the session will need to be cancelled and the deposit refunded. Also, if you have been in contact with anyone known or suspected be sick with COVID-19 or influenza in the 10 days before your session, the session will be cancelled and the deposit refunded. Sessions that are cancelled due to client illness will unfortunately not be able to be rescheduled.
If anyone in your household, or close contacts, are diagnosed with COVID-19 or influenza within 5 days after your session you will contact Andriana Dyakova Photography immediately so she can take appropriate precautions.
Andriana Dyakova Photography will attempt to reschedule your session in the event of photographer illness, if possible.