Picture Gallery

Our precious babies are seen here in 3D ultrasound, which are still pictures from a 4D ultrasound and HDlive ultrasound.  Visit our Video Gallery to see these babies in 4D ultrasound motion.

2D Ultrasound Photos


3D ultrasound photos, HDlive ultrasound photos & 3D ultrasound photos with their HDlive ultrasound photo comparison ~ See the difference! All the images are saved during a 4D ultrasound or a HDlive ultrasound when the babies are moving!


Will my Ultrasound pictures be perfect?

Well, the answer to that question is..  Hopefully, but not always. However, we promise to make every effort to obtain the best images.

Every baby scans differently, depending on its gestational age, position, amount of fluid, and the mother’s condition.  Unfortunately, we cannot make any guarantees that the images will be similar to those you might have seen elsewhere or even from our own studio, or that we can always meet everyone’s expectations.  We have learned that a Great Picture is determined differently from person to person.  If we are unable to get clear pictures due to Mom’s body type or condition, then we are under no obligation to redo the ultrasound free of charge.  It’s just a matter of physics.

Also, with the use of the new light source in a  HDlive Ultrasound, there tends to be more shadows than with the usual 4D Ultrasound.  If your baby has anatomy in front of it’s face then your baby may have more shadowing.  If this occurs then we will use 4D ultrasound to obtain clearer pictures.

Sometimes if a baby is persistently looking face down, i.e. towards your spine it may be difficult to see the baby’s face. Other factors, such as the baby facing the placenta or lack of amniotic fluid in front of the baby’s face, may affect the quality of the images.

First, our sonographer’s will try repositioning the mom, asking her to walk around, etc. to see if we can obtain a better position. If we are unable to obtain images during the session, we will schedule a repeat scan as deemed appropriate by the sonographer, allowing time for the baby to turn to a favorable position.