In my previous post, I mentioned the difference between in studio and on location newborn shoots. On location newborn sessions take place in a client’s home. I don’t bring a beanbag or props. I use what is available in a client’s home. In studio newborn sessions take place at my home studio. I have all of my blankets, wraps, and props available to use. Studio newborn sessions are great for clients who may not have enough natural light in their own home or clients who prefer more posed shots. Regardless of where you choose to have your newborn session, I think my style comes through in both shoots. I love neutral colors. I love warm images and I don’t go crazy with over the top posing.
Miss Caitlyn was a tough cookie but we still got some fabulous shots. Her big sister, Abbey, was a champ during the entire shoot. Newborn sessions can easily take 2 hours and that’s a long time for a 3 (almost 4) year old. We started with a few siblings shots and then some family pics so that she wouldn’t tire out too much. How gorgeous are these girls?
Then we moved on to the bean bag shots. I had been wanted to use this bonnet and leg warmer set from Fancy Fabric & Props ever since I got it. It took a while to get Miss Caitlyn asleep enough to be able to snap some pics but so worth it. Love this!
And mom brought a blanket that matches Caitlyn’s room, which is a great way to make the shoot more personal. Plus, these images will fit in great with the decor!
Thanks so much F family for visiting me! You have an awesome family and the girls are lucky to have such wonderful parents.