If you arrived here and are curious about having your baby’s newborn pictures, Congratulations on your maternity!
Our county is on phase-1, right now on July 16th, 2020. We are open for our business and are being very careful with our personal life and following Oregon Health Authority’s guideline for our business. We are limiting the number of clients right now, because of the sanitation needs for newborn photography.
For newborn photography, sanitation is of course always necessary. Even before the pandemic happens, we have been washing our outfits, clothing (including knitted outfits), and blankets after each client. Also, props were wiped off every time we used them.
After the quarantine, we added some more processes for extreme sanitation for newborn photography on top of what we have been doing. For example, we use 70% alcohol to sanitize furniture, floor, and basically everything we can not wash. For newborn photography, some of the props are touched by skins, so after wipe off all with alcohol, we re-wipe with non- toxic baby safe spray.Here is the link for how to clean!
This is the preparation involved in inviting our clients to our studio. We also ask our clients to fill out the OHA form for our business. It is through the internet and is so easy to submit! We have to keep a record of who came to our studio etc… and we appreciate all of our clients cooperation! We don’t allowed to serve coffee and water right now. You may see the coffee station on the picture, but it is already removed.
When our clients arrive to our photography studio, we ask them to wash their hands after taking off their shoes and putting them into the closed-in shoe box that we have. During the session, we will be wearing masks and gloves for handling and photographing babies. All our gear is sanitized with 70% alcohol as well. This is our process of sanitation for newborn photography at Kimi Photography in Portland. We repeat this process for every client on top of our normal operation.
We would like to keep our studio as clean as possible for our safe community!
If you are interested in learning more about our sessions, please contact through here.