Most expecting parents book their newborn photography session with their Maryland newborn photographer during pregnancy. If you have not, please don’t worry, I may have room for you.
Your newborn baby has finally arrived and you’re mixed with overwhelming love and pride and probably a good dose of anxiety. You realize that this time is so powerful and you don’t want to ever forget this magical time, so now you start to panic about the days going by so quickly and you’re on the hunt for a newborn photographer. As you have probably already noticed each and every day they are more alert and eager to engage in the world around them. Their features are changing and their little tiny bodies are growing quickly adding weight and length, but wait… you didn’t notice until you looked the picture you took of them two days ago and they already look bigger, then you say to yourself, “OMG, it’s true, they really do grow right in front of your eyes without noticing”. Seriously, it happens that fast! So be sure to get on the phone today to schedule that session. It is best to schedule your session before the age of two weeks. During this short window, the babies sleep less soundly and are more flexible allowing me to get them into those adorable curly poses you see on my website.
There are many baby photographers in Maryland, so which do you choose? You’ll want to be sure to choose a photographer who style moves you, and leaves a lasting impression. Ask yourself… do you like colorful, do you like a lot of props, do you like those large flowers on your little baby girls head? If so, I am probably not the photographer you want to choose. My style is very natural, organic, and simple. I use a lot of neutral tones in my sessions (creams, browns, tans, etc…). I believe it helps you focus on the pureness of the baby. When I use props (of course I love a baby in a bucket, or curled up in a basket) but when I do…. it’s just that. I won’t clutter the scene with all different types of props surrounding your newborn baby. Again, I believe it helps you focus on the baby… less is more. When using headbands and hats, my accessories are very petite and delicate. I never ever use any headband larger than the size of a quarter (and that’s even stretching it for me, the smaller the better). Those large headbands are a fad and will be out of style one day… and I honestly can’t wait.
Newborn photography sessions only happen once for each precious new life. Your baby is a miracle and I want to capture these tender moments for you and provide artistic images that you will thank yourself for doing over and over again, each and every time you look at the images.
Contact me today to get more information on booking your newborn photography session.