Of course, photographing a newborn is difficult at best. All these cute expressions seem to turn into screams when the camera is taken. If the baby is awake, making a professional portrait of your newborn is at least just as difficult.
Tips to help you make this event memorable
First, plan your photography event according to your newborn’s schedule. As you know, children sleep a lot and easily get tired. If you want to take a picture of your baby during sleep, plan an event during the day when the baby will sleep and will just be fed. Since newborns are not going to smile, it is easier to support the baby and relax surrounded by cute toys. This may mean a change in schedule, allowing the child to stay awake longer so that everything converges at the appointed time.
If you want your baby to wake up in the photo, choose a photographer who is patient with babies and who has time for unplanned breaks, such as dirty pants, causeless crying or feeding. Some unsafe children need their mom to be around and they will cry even when mom is on the other side of the room. Adapt to this, wanting to go on stage or, at least, right next to the child.
If you want the baby’s legs, stomach or bare bottom to be cute in the picture, make sure the room is warm enough to undress. The photographer should be sensitive to this, but perhaps you need to be reminded of this. If more skin appears in the picture, be sure to take off your clothes early so that no wrinkles are visible,click here to get more details.
Since the ideal pose is rare, and sometimes mom needs to be present to calm the baby, choose a photographer who is good at the “photo shoot” after the photo. They can do wonders by correcting imperfections in photographs, removing unwanted objects or people, and making the image as perfect as you imagined.