A newborn photoshoot is a perfect way to capture an incredible time that goes by in the blink of an eye. New mom Breion brought baby Ryleigh to my studio for newborn photos when Ryleigh weighed just 6 pounds and 5 ounces. Since Ryleigh is her parents’ first born, they wanted pictures of this irreplaceable time that they could look back on with love.
I love that Breion wanted to come to my studio for Ryleigh’s newborn photoshoot because I was able to achieve the aesthetics and the boutique experience that this little family deserved. At my Morgan City studio, Breion could get some well-earned rest while my assistant and I took care of things with Ryleigh. I have a family of my own, and I know how valuable that is.
Since we primarily photograph newborns, my studio is set up with everything we could need to keep a baby safe and comfortable during a session. I provide swaddles, accessories, and backdrops. I really do try to take care of everything so you can just show up and watch the magic unfold.
Working in my studio also allows me to provide things you might not think of as well. It’s easier to control conditions from even lighting to toastier temperatures to keep babies cozy. This all factors into getting those heirloom images of your baby napping peacefully.
In the studio, Breion was able to relax while my assistant and I had fun with baby Ryleigh’s newborn photoshoot. As I mentioned, I do a lot to prioritize baby’s comfort, including turning up the heat to lull babies to sleep. Little Ryleigh didn’t fall for it! She stayed awake for over two hours of her session. She was so cheerful that we just took advantage of the time to get some sweet photos of her big, curious expressions. The yellow monochromatic setup matched her cheerful energy perfectly. Breion said that baby Ryleigh was just as alert the day she was born, so it felt especially poignant to capture that aspect of her personality in this newborn photoshoot.
Eventually, Ryleigh fell asleep and I was able to photograph the remaining setups. Beautiful creams, pinks, and yellows for her setups. Breion requested the moon prop and the bed. We did more monochromatic looks in cream and pink with coordinating hats and headbands.
The props were fun for Ryleigh’s photos because they look timeless like something out of a story book. Breion and her family will be able to cherish these images for generations to come. I’m so glad this little family came in to commemorate this brief and beautiful time.
Are you interested in a newborn photoshoot? I would love to host you and your little one at my studio. Reach out today!
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