Michael Kormos Photography is the most sought after maternity, newborn and family photo studio in NYC. Our approach is to create an enjoyable and giggle-filled experience, while delivering stunning portraits of the highest quality. Recognized worldwide for our fresh style, creative perspectives, and portraiture that celebrates the love and joy of families.

Category Archives: Maternity

artistic silhouettes
(nyc maternity photography studio, westchester pregnancy photographer)

It’s been way too long since we featured a maternity session on our blog. This gorgeous Mommy-to-be told us beforehand that she “loooooooves” silhouettes, but didn’t feel comfortable showing too much skin. As you can see, we captured a variety of silhouette concepts with different lighting set-ups and minimalist styles to truly showcase her gorgeous…

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maternity wardrobe inspiration
(nyc maternity photography studio, manhattan pregnancy photographer)

All of our maternity sessions are tailored to your comfort level. Some clients prefer clean and simple implied nude concepts and sheer fabrics, while others prefer less revealing outfits or fully clothed. Your comfort is our utmost priority to create a luxury experience. Below is some inspiration for your session, although we also offer a…

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deja vu
(nyc maternity photography, maternity photographer westchester)

It feels like just yesterday that we were capturing Mommy expecting her first baby, and here she is just a few years later… Same gorgeous glow and excitement in the air, although it’s even more thrilling this time around with big brother who can’t wait to meet his new sibling. We had such a blast…

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Pregnant in Death Valley
(manhattan fine art maternity studio)

Ok I admit. As a portrait photographer it’s not often that I use my tripod. Or that I use filters (LEE graduated ND saved the day here). It’s also uncommon for me to use an ultra wide-angle lens (like the 14-24mm), nor do I recall EVER taking a portrait with my aperture down to f/16….

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