George’s Newborn Session

Newborn Photography

George’s Newborn Session

I met George and his parents in the TSP studio when he was only a couple of weeks old. He was a perfect little model who dozed peacefully for almost the entire session. Three hours are always set aside for a newborn shoot. While this is not always necessary, it does allow us to take as many breaks as baby needs. Its also important for new parents not to feel stressed or rushed at all during this time.

I advise that the best time to bring newborn babies in to the studio is in the first two weeks of their life. This is when those beautiful sleepy poses can be captured and babies can still be positioned all curled up as they were in the womb. After this time some poses can not be achieved, baby acne can start to develop and babies are more likely to be awake for longer periods. If your baby is already older than two weeks old please still get in touch. I have many strategies and tips up my sleeve to ensure we can achieve beautiful images at any age.

As with all newborn sessions, George’s time in the studio was completely led by him. We stopped for feeds and changes when he needed them and he remained relaxed throughout. As he was so happy and comfortable we were able to get a great variety of images for his gallery. This included prop shots as well as some natural images and those all important family shots.

Getting parents in the shots

I really try to encourage Mums and Dads to be in at least one image with baby, and Georges parents were happy to be involved. Sometimes new parents aren’t keen on being in front of the camera but its such a special time, these often end up being the favourites and the ones which are chosen first by parents. 

To see more examples of my newborn work please visit the main website at https://tinystarsphotography.co.uk/newborn-photography/

Cant wait to meet little George again as he gets older, such a cutie.

 

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  1. Gary

    Really love the images. Great job.

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