One of the most common questions I get when people book their newborn session is “Do I have to bring anything?” And my answer is always NO!
Two: Babies in newborn photos are almost always asleep. This isn’t a hard and fast rule, however I would say 95% of images are with baby asleep. This particularly applies to very posed images inside things like buckets or baskets.
Whether you’re still thinking about a newborn session and want to know what they are all about or you’ve already booked and now you’re trying to make sure you’re prepared, this post is for you!
Planning your newborn session can sometimes feel a little overwhelming! But it doesn’t have to be! Here are some quick planning tips to make getting ready for your session a little easier!
The studio is a warm and welcoming space dedicated to newborn, infant and children’s photography. The studio is carefully curated and filled with natural textures, rustic and vintage props. We focus on pastel and neutral colours and beautiful florals and greenery in images.
Ok so first of all let’s just get it out of the way- I am obviously; as a newborn photographer; a little biased. But I really do think that newborn photography is such a special genre that truly should be done by all new families! Here are 8 reasons you definitely shouldn’t DIY these with an iPhone and you should hire a professional!
How do you choose which is best for you? It depends largely on the style of images you want, what you want the focus of your images to and the location you want your session to take place.