Newborn Photoshoots vs All Natural Photoshoots
Newborn photoshoots allow me to capture your little bundle of joy in a posed environment where I can showcase just how adorable they are. Your little ones don’t stay little for long so it’s an important time to capture them with their tiny toes, little fingers and button noses. Time really does fly once your little one begins to explore the world around them especially between the nappy changes, the night feeds, the endless pile of washing that builds up and not to forget the cuddles and kisses you grab every second you get a chance. With posed Newborn Photoshoots I carefully pose your baby into position, it’s important to note that I’ll have to move and pose your baby so the little cuties will spend more time in my arms than yours. It also gives mummy and daddy’s a chance to sit down and relax whilst I get to work my magic and get some images you’ll treasure forever.
Posed Newborn Photography is typically done in the first two weeks of your babies birth, as they grow so fast it’s the perfect time to photograph them while they’re still comfortable sleepers. The sessions typically last a couple of hours, working at your babies pace including time for feeding and settling. With the use of colour co-ordinated props to suit your baby from hats, headbands, and fluffly little blankets.
Whilst if posed Newborn Photography isn’t for you then you’re sure to love All Natural Photography as they are beginning to explore the world around them in an environment comfortable and familiar to you all as a family, All Natural sessions capture your little bundle of joy as you all get to know each other. It is a fabulous opportunity for me to photograph you all as a family in a place where you feel comfortable, so that i can photography you all as naturally as possible. There is little posing done, and I don’t handle your baby or pose them, it’s intended to capture the close bond forming between you all as a family. The lifestyle photoshoot can last a couple of hours also however can be done at any stage in the babies first few months.