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8/13/2015

Tips For Newborn Photography - 10 “Must Know” Newborn Photography Tips!

Newborn photography can come with many surprises, especially if you aren’t a parent.  I’ve compiled a list of newborn photography tips that have helped me tremendously and I am sure will be helpful for anyone interested in learning more about newborn photography.  Of course every photographer will have a different way or style of doing things but these are just some of the top things I’ve learned through the years as a newborn photographer.  Update: due to the popularity of this post and by requests of viewers, we have created the ultimate, comprehensive online newborn photography workshop giving you all the tools & resources needed for a successful newborn photography business, it’s on a special sale today.

1.  Posed vs Lifestyle: Know Your Clients’ Expectations

There are two types of newborn photography – posed/studio & lifestyle.  I love both for different reasons.  However, it is important to make sure your client knows what type you intend to do so there are no surprises during or after the session.

Posed/studio sessions – Typically must be done within the first 2 weeks of birth when the baby is very sleepy and “mold-able”.  The focus in this type of session is on shots of the baby looking perfect, usually in blankets, wraps, hats, & headbands.  The session can last up to 4 hours with feeding, potty breaks, and posing.  Editing this type of session also takes quite a bit of time as each image needs to go through Photoshop individually to get a polished end result.

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