Three and a half years ago it was this girl’s newborn session I got to document. At that time I was doing more posed newborn photography than I offer today. However, we did bring a few items I used back then just in case baby sister was sleepy. That way we could recreate a few of her same type of shots. But, we also had to do a few fun shots of big sister while we rocked baby sister for all of two minutes before she passed out! They truly are some of my favorites because I loved playing with the dramatic light and movement. Now, onto this new addition’s Tampa newborn photography in home session.
You can see some of this “big sister’s” newborn sesesion HERE (http://hamiltoncreekphotography.com/riverview-baby-pictures-sweet-in-home-newborn-session/).
Now, meet baby S. She was very alert and didn’t want to miss out on any of the fun. But, the last ten minutes we managed to get a few sleeping shots on her own. I loved that we were able to recreate their favorite shot holding the new baby girl just like their first daughter. Now they can hang both of their canvas gallery wraps next to each other. Plus, they added to it with the sister shots, too. The best part of finishing a newborn session is helping create artwork to hang up and enjoy everyday. There is no better way to enjoy these images than on your walls. Plus, it is great for your kiddo’s self-esteem, too. Being surrounded by images where they can see how loved they are, I mean, there isn’t anything better, right?
Having grandma there we got to have all the women in one shot and these moments also have my heart!
For me, the timelessness of black and white images will stand the test of time. Don’t you think? Are you expecting this fall? Don’t delay in booking your newborn session. The best time to book is while you are still expecting. Typically at least four weeks before you are due. If you want a weekend date, then at least six weeks in advance is best. There is a lot of work that goes into planning the Tampa newborn photography sessions before we meet, so sooner is always better!