The newborn session can take up to 1-2 hours of the photographer's time as an artist to get those perfect images of your new little one.
Include a complete line of accessories and wardrobe.
Newborns are the best photography within the first 4 to 10 days. Once this time passes it will be much harder to achieve the sleeping poses that everyone loves so much because the baby is now more alert and starting to open their eyes more.
Every KRP session begins with a consultation to discuss your style, preferences, or color schemes, which allows me to customize the session to your specific likes and plan out the different sets for your little one's portraits.
My goal is to create beautiful portraits of your little one that you can proudly display in your home.
Artwork to remind you of those first few days of your baby fitting perfectly into your arms.
How to prepare for the upcoming session!
These super simple tips can make the session go so much more smoothly!
1. Feed baby a full feeding right before you leave the house. Once you arrive at the studio hopefully baby will be ready to get started!
2. Dress the baby in loose clothes. Having something that we can slip off easily will be less disruptive while getting baby undressed.
3. Bringing a pacifier, even if a baby doesn’t take it well, it could save the day.
4. Please be prepared to feed the baby at the studio. Some babies tend to eat more than usual during their photo sessions. It’s best to be prepared!
5. If sibling/family portraits are wanted during the newborn session I will take these first.
After sibling portraits are finished, I ask the spouse/helper to take the older sibling out of the studio for the remainder of the session. Having a toddler in the room can make it difficult to finish up the individual newborn portraits.
Some parents choose to bring 2 cars so they are free after family images to go home.
6. My studio is kept warm in order to keep the baby warm. You may want to dress so that you are comfortable as well.
7. During the session, sit back, relax and take advantage of this time to rest.
What to bring: diapers, wipes a warm blanket,