Newborn Photography session information

Newborn Photography session information

What? I have THE best job–I get to meet amazing families, snuggle their adorable little newborns, and to capture this tremendous milestone in their lives. This is certainly the case with baby Isabella, whom I got to snuggle and photograph very recently.

Just prior to our session, I asked Isabella’s mommy about her preference for colors. She said she loved greens, yellows, and other soft neutrals. I loved hearing her choices, as I just received a new “Lemons and Lemonade” backdrop. This is what I set up for us just prior to her arrival to the studio and the backdrop we started on for her newborn photo session.

I find that newborns are sleepiest after their feeding and car ride–this is the reason II ask parents to feed their newborn just prior to leaving their home. It is also why I start with the curly, sleepy au-natural portraits on the beanbag.

Baby Isabella rocked her “lemons” backdrop and these are her newborn pictures that we captured on it:
Since I knew her mom also loved neutrals, I also photographed a few newborn photos on an off-white backdrop, as well. I love the beautiful accessories that we added to her newborn portraits. My studio is fully stocked with hats, headbands, wraps, etc. for us to use during your newborn photo session.

Although every baby’s sleepiness level varies, Baby Isabella was incredibly sleepy during her photo session, so we quickly proceeded to our prop portion of a newborn photo session. Her mom picked out the bed and the woven basket from my newborn photo prop collection. We styled the props in the colors that mom had requested. These are the newborn portraits we captured…

Isabella’s baby shower and nursery are decorated in a Winnie The Pooh theme. Her mom brought in a “Hunny” pot as another prop for our session. Although I felt that the pot was not stable enough to place the baby into (at a newborn photo session SAFETY is always my #1 priority), I was able to create the portrait that her mama wanted via a composite. Here is the final product…

Once the beanbag and prop portraits were done, we than finished the photo session with family portraits. This portion of the photo session is always my favorite during a newborn photo session. I love creating portraits that show new family beginnings, their love and connection to one another. Can you feel the love in these portraits?

If you are looking for a newborn photographer in Boston, MA, Sharon, MA, Norfolk Conty, MA, Suffolk County, MA, contact Kaufman Photography or email to book your newborn photo session.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This