This moment will not last long, because in just a few weeks, this little one grows so quickly and certainly won’t stay little for long and that is why it is my true passion to capture the first moments of your baby’s life.
To get the best results from your newborn photography session, I recommend you have your little one photographed within 5-14 days after giving birth. After that time babies start to lose their newborn curl and tend not to be so sleepy which is needed to achieve the wonderful poses you have seen in my baby photography gallery. If your baby is older than 2 weeks, don’t worry, we can still do it – it may just take more effort on both ends and we will need to skip some of the “curl up” poses.
I do have a lot of props available at the studio, wooden bowls, baskets, nest, backrounds, flokati rug, beanbag,comfy box prop, furs, hats and headbands and lots of textures that I like to use, . Newborns often look most beautiful naked, or just with a hat, headband or wrap. Newborns are beautifully perfect…just as they came.
For a full newborn session, I usually always take up the full session time, which is three hours. Most of the time, this also includes sibling (toddler) and family portraits as well. I really do love the siblings and the dad with baby photos but there is just something so incredible about capturing a mom falling in love with her new baby, I don’t think there’s a greater love in this world.
I’m obsessed with baby toes, any baby details: lips, hands, noses, ears, hairs, wrinkles,eye lashes, that newborn flaky skin, I can go on. I do a mix of lifestyle and poses photos.