Meet baby I. Isn’t she the sweetest? Her family was just about the easiest to photograph ever, as well. After what felt like weeks of careful planning, I finally got to safely meet them this month. We met at their home for a short five minute indoor session, with my mask on, no touching, and plenty of space between us, and then left for an outdoor adventure. Outdoor newborn photos are about my favorite thing to capture ever!
Additionally, the weather was absolutely perfect after weeks of heat and lots of rain. Thank goodness, the stars aligned for the fastest newborn session ever. Sweet baby I slept the entire time. She was happy in mom and dad’s arms, but they did have a basket with their own blankets to safely put her in for a few shots on her own, too.
I am kind of obsessed with her floral cribsheets as well. Just darling!
Moreover, I am thrilled my Helios lens arrived a week before this session as well. The lens flare and rainbows this vintage Russian lens creates are just perfect for newborns. I really can’t wait to break this out for my next maternity photo session, too! Hopefully, I will be able to offer motherhood mini’s again this spring, too. I can just imagine the lens flare with spring flowers, can’t you! Don’t miss out and make sure you are on my newsletter list for 2021!
Have you seen happier parents? I don’t think I have! I can’t wait for their artwork to arrive to them next week! Their love of black and white images will fill their home with timeless artwork that will take them back to when Miss I was so tiny!
Lastly, I am taking outdoor newborn photos through the springtime. Are expecting? Let’s talk how we can safely document your newborn during these crazy times! I offer petite newborn sessions like this, set in one of our beautiful outdoor Tampa locations.