Lifestyle Newborn Photography Session: What to Expect

 

 

Sometimes the Littlest things take up the most room in your heart.

                                           -Winnie the Pooh

 

Let me start by saying how much I love newborn sessions!

Those little precious bundles of joy with their tiny hands and feet make my heart melt into one big ooey gooey puddle.

The newborn stage goes by so fast, which makes a newborn session all the more important.

Before you know it those tiny little hands and feet aren't so tiny any more.

How do I know this? Because my precious bundles of joy are 26, 24 & 19.

 

 

 

What to expect during your session.

 

I am a lifestyle natural light newborn photographer. Natural light meaning I will use the available light from a nearby window rather than lighting equipment. Lifestyle as in, I do very minimal posing not to say I don't pose at all. I want to capture authentic connections with your newborn rather than focusing on the perfect pose.

I will give you prompts and then let the natural moments happen. Your photos will result in more candid images with a few of the whole family looking and smiling for the camera but that will not be the primary focus. I will lightly pose your baby but I won't be doing any advanced posing. While I don't bring props, I am more than happy to use any props you would like to include.

 

Getting your home ready.

 

 Do not stress about the condition of your home!

 

You have a brand new baby, I know exactly how wonderful but tiring that can be and the last thing you need is to worry about the condition of your home. Minimizing the clutter is all that is needed. Below are a few but easy suggestions on getting your home ready.

 

  • Clear off bed side tables of any cups, paper, bottles, baby monitors, etc... Leave anything you don't mind being in the photo.

 

  • In the living room, hide the remotes and again any clutter on end tables.

 

  • In the nursery, hide the pile of diapers, in a closet as well as the baby monitor and anything else you don't want in your image.

 

  • Solid sheets & comforters are best for the nursery and master bedroom, I prefer cream or white. If you don't have cream or white any solid color will do. If you have a duvet cover that is a solid color on the inside, you can always turn it inside out.

 

  • Unplug any lights and hide the cords if they are on the floor. We will be using window light and all interior lighting will need to be turned off in the rooms we will be using. Make sure blinds or curtains are open.

 

If you are ready to book or have any questions, worries or anything else, you can email, text or call me.

I would be honored and happy to document this special time for you!

 

[email protected]

508-450-5502

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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