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Smith0042 commented 1 month ago
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Cute overload!

I just love photographing this older baby stage. I designed these sitter photo shoots for babies at my studio becouse instead of trying to take away my camera they are sitting in one place and looking around with their beautiful eyes and trying to say something.

Camila came to my home photo studio in Dagenham, Essex with her family, mom grandma and grandpa. Her grandparents look very young so everyone was very funny when i called her grandpa a daddy.

Camila is 7 monts old here and had recently start sitting. It’s such fun capturing this exciting milestone in a baby’s life. It’s so special documenting a baby’s first days during a newborn photosession but let’s not forget that a sitters laughing baby is equally magical. Camila will be up and running before we know it!

One of the questions that I’m most frequently asked by my clients is what poses should I expect to see during my newborn photo session? I’ve created blog post as a guide to detail those key poses and better understand newborn photoshot safety basics. Photographing newborn always is a joyous event! This is your little one’s first professional photo shoot. The expressions will be spontaneous and the beauty of the image emerges directly from your newborn’s fragility and innocence.

 

As a newborn photographer, my first goal is to ensure that your baby is safe and comfortable throughout the photo session. This means that I keep my home studio at the correct temperature as baby is not yet able to regulate body temp themselves. If I use props, those are weighted on the bottom to be certain that they won’t topple. And most importantly, I modify poses and workflow if necessary. I’m flexible. Not all babies will go in to every pose and forcing them just makes no sense. I always have a plan B and even C if needed.

 

My second goal is to capture everything about your little baby in a way that it will never be again. I want to document those pouty lips, tiny fingers and toes, and of course those adorable wrinkles on newborn baby’s back. Keeping your little one’s safety and comfort top of mind, my newbon photo session workflow typically focuses on 8 main poses. It is within each of these poses that I incorporate props, wraps and hats that help to bring out newborn baby’s personality and your own personal style preferences.

One of the questions that I’m most frequently asked by my clients is what poses should I expect to see during my newborn photo session? I’ve created blog post as a guide to detail those key poses and better understand newborn photoshot safety basics. Photographing newborn always is a joyous event! This is your little one’s first professional photo shoot. The expressions will be spontaneous and the beauty of the image emerges directly from your newborn’s fragility and innocence.

 

As a newborn photographer, my first goal is to ensure that your baby is safe and comfortable throughout the photo session. This means that I keep my home studio at the correct temperature as baby is not yet able to regulate body temp themselves. If I use props, those are weighted on the bottom to be certain that they won’t topple. And most importantly, I modify poses and workflow if necessary. I’m flexible. Not all babies will go in to every pose and forcing them just makes no sense. I always have a plan B and even C if needed.

 

My second goal is to capture everything about your little baby in a way that it will never be again. I want to document those pouty lips, tiny fingers and toes, and of course those adorable wrinkles on newborn baby’s back. Keeping your little one’s safety and comfort top of mind, my newbon photo session workflow typically focuses on 8 main poses. It is within each of these poses that I incorporate props, wraps and hats that help to bring out newborn baby’s personality and your own personal style preferences.


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