Six months is the perfect time to reserve a photoshoot with our Houston area baby photographers

Whether you are looking for a Houston photography studio or outdoor location for your portraits, Lentille Photography has you covered! With over 20 years of combined experience, our baby photographers know how to elicit those precious, toothy smiles and sweet moments of connection.

If you skipped out on newborn portraits, six months is a wonderful time to have a photoshoot with your baby. If you have a first year membership, consider including a sitter session before your cake smash so you see more of your little one's growth in your collection.

Our Houston baby photographers are here to help you document your legacy

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Lentille Photography is a Houston photography studio specializing in newborn and baby portraits.

We are so happy you are here and would love to tell you more about a sitter session. These are best scheduled when baby is able to sit unassisted, typically between 6-8 months. Sitter sessions can be the perfect excuse for a motherhood session or include the full family.

At Lentille Photography, our team is here to help you every step of the way. From wardrobe & styling, to designing custom artwork with your favorite portraits, we’ve thought through every detail. We want nothing more than for your portrait experience to be enjoyable for the full family.  

Follow along on INSTAGRAM for sneak peeks, behind the scenes, and more.
Our clients invest $2300+ on the session.
If you would like to receive detailed information or reserve your date, then please click the contact button above or email us directly at LENTILLEPHOTOGRAPHY@GMAIL.COM.

To ensure availability, please reserve your date early

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