I often meet Mums who are disappointed that, for whatever reason, they didn’t get around to booking a newborn photo session with me when their babies were new and tiny. But please don’t beat yourself up about this, there are only a handful of families who can get it together in those early days to arrange a newborn session. Your baby goes through so many changes and stages in the first year so why not consider a photo session around a particular milestone.
I love meeting a newly formed family. There really is no other feeling like walking into a home that has just welcomed a new baby.
Most new parents won’t know what to expect during their newborn baby photography session so I’ve included some helpful information here to prepare and help ensure everything runs smoothly on the day. If I’ve left anything feel free to let me know in the comments section below.
I never take it for granted when I’m invited to meet a new baby and their family for the first time. This is a unique and special time in a family’s life so it is a real privilege to be asked to be a part of it. At home session is the best way to capture a new baby, relaxed and surrounded by their family.
Oh, how I love meeting new teeny tiny people. Six week old little Tadhg was no exception, my first shoot for 2018. It was not yet back to school time and this house full of boys were enjoying their last few days of their Christmas holidays. Tadhg is baby boy number four to this lovely family and his …
I’ve spoken before about how I don’t pose newborns. I will only ever place your newborn in a position that is natural and comfortable for them.
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