Newborn Sessions

February 13, 2014  •  Leave a Comment


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You have waited nine months to see the life you have created, and the moment you have so often fantasized about finally becomes a reality. You have a fragile little creature in your arms whose beauty and potential overwhelm you, and you don't want the moment to pass. But it will, as all moments do.

Newborn photography is special for this reason.

Babies undergo fast and dramatic physical changes in their first few months. Almost daily there are subtle but perceivable differences in size and features, and many people choose to document them with pictures that almost instantly become treasured memories.

Usually it is best to take newborn photos within the first two weeks of life. This is when babies are still in that sleepy newborn daze and it is easy to mold them into adorable poses. Detail shots like the one of the tiny feet below are common in newborn shoots, because who doesn't love all the perfect details?

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Tips for a successful shoot:

  1. Time of day - Try to make appointments early in the day, since this is usually when they are full and sleepy, and therefore content and more willing. Try to keep them awake prior to the session so that they are more likely to doze off.
  2. Location - Pick a location (whether indoor or outdoors) that is peaceful and has good natural lighting, maybe with a window nearby. We are happy to come to your home if you think it will provide a comfortable atmosphere that lends itself to the best possible pictures. If you do choose to have it in your home, try keeping the temperature a bit warmer during the session.
  3. Props - Many newborn photo shoots make use of props, so keep in mind any blankets, wraps, hats, headbands, etc. that you would like to include. It's also okay to abandon the Anne Geddes style and go for something more natural.
  4. Siblings - The key to a good sibling photo is natural interaction. Plus, they are extra hands that can help keep the baby in a certain position.

 

 

 

To schedule your newborn session today, email or call us at (407) 503-1365.


 

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