Newborn Studio Comparison

Okay, so in what should be the last of my family posts for a while (don’t quote me on that)… Here is the studio lighting installment of my niece’s newborn photos.  If you remember, I previously posted pictures I took of her at home with natural light, and discussed the benefits of a natural light newborn session against those of a studio session.  In the studio, we have the ability to create more dramatic, more fine-art newborn photos.  The striking look of the black backdrop leaves nothing but the baby for your eyes to lock on to.  Pillows, hands & parents can all be positioned under the backdrop to help position the baby in the desired pose.  This look is much more contemporary than the natural light option… Well, let’s hear from you… which look do you prefer?

Everyone wants to be a part of the show!  That is, if they'll earn another lollypop!

Everyone wants to be a part of the show! That is, if they'll earn another lollypop!

Baby Feet

The vast space around her gives an almost in-utero feeling to this image

The vast space around her gives an almost in-utero feeling to this image

When they sleep like babies, you can curl them up like little balls-- that's my favorite!

When they sleep like babies, you can curl them up like little balls-- that's my favorite!



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