Newborn session in my home studio Cudworth, Barnsley
Those first few weeks of your baby’s life pass by in a blur, and you will never have those precious moments again. Capturing these teeny tiny details that will change so quickly is an investment that you will treasure forever. Most newborn sessions take place within the first 5-18 days after the baby is born. At this stage, I can pose your baby in those sleepy curled-up positions. I highly recommend booking your newborn session after 20 weeks scan.
My photography style
My style is minimalistic. I choose not to use busy backdrops, props, or outfits, most of the time I'm taking pictures on the white backdrop and using neutral, soft, and gentle for newborn skin wraps and little clothes. Then all focus in photos is on newborns. I'm posing newborns just in natural and comfortable poses. Most important for me is newborn safety. Images like this will suit every interior of your home if you decide to print them. Safety
I have finished The Academy of Newborn Photography and got a certificate in Newborn Photography. I have completed a baby safety course, also DBS checked and insured. As a mom, I know that safety is the most important thing when we are talking about newborns. I will handle and pose your little human very carefully.
Why so important to invest in Newborn photography?
The first few weeks after a baby is born are so blurry for parents, especially first-time parents.
You think that you will remember everything, but you won't.
When I give birth to my baby boy, I always was "photographing" him with my eyes and tried to capture his little and cute newborn features. But now, when he's nearly two years old, I can remember his tiny toes just by looking at pictures from his newborn session. I'm so happy I eventually decided to go for it. (I book my newborn session a couple of days after giving birth)
It's so important to invest in newborn photography because it will last forever. You won't regret it.
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