I normally photograph babies in my Derby based studio. However, in some special cases, I occasionally travel to photograph babies at their homes. For that I’d normally need to have some certain light and space conditions which are not always available. This post shows photographs of a baby taken in Nottingham. So I temporarily became a Nottingham newborn photographer.
This cute baby girl Miss M was just few days old at this session. She slept well through the whole session so I had time to do some more complicated poses, especially the one on the top photo. The photo shoot was very special for me because I photographed her little sister before. Of course, I could not miss opportunity to photograph two sisters together. I like the picture where they hold each other’s hands. You can see the connection between the kids.
With regards to the theme, the idea was to bring bright spring colours in the pictures. To add variety, we also tried different hats/head bands and wraps.
Thank you to Miss M’s parents for trusting me taking newborn photographs of their second child!
Two years ago I photographed a wedding of a lovely couple, Emma and Andrew. In this post, I’m very pleased to present some newborn baby images of their daughter, Miss M.
From the very beginning of the photo shoot Miss M was very curious about what is going on. When she did not sleep, she would look around – see the top image for this curious look 🙂 I also took a picture with a little teddy bear which Emma and Andrew brought for the shoot; such photographs, with first toys, would be treasured forever! The other newborn baby images in this post were taken with different colours and outfit to add to the variety of the photographs. At the end I photographed Andrew with her little daughter – I love photographing parents with their little babies!
Emma and Andrew, it was lovely to see you back and pleasure to photograph your beautiful daughter!
In this post I’d like to present you some photographs of Miss E, a newborn baby girl. Miss E was just few days old when her mum brought her for the photo shoot. She slept very well almost all the time and I had good opportunity to take pictures with different poses and outfits. In fact, Miss E was doing so well, that one of the images from this shoot became a Winner of PORTRAIT UNDER 5s category at the Master Photographers Association East Midlands competition 2014!
There is something else which is special about this shoot – I photographed Miss E’s brother two years ago when he was a newborn baby as well (also a winner of LICENTIATE PORTRAIT 2013!). Great to see him grown (on one of the picture)!
Look forward to photographing Six Plus session of Miss E!
Miss A, a cute little girl, was an excellent model for this boutique newborn photo shoot. She seem to have enjoyed posing and making faces at me 🙂 Sometimes she smiled, sometimes was a bit more serious. It was incredible to see all these emotions on the face of a baby of just 2 weeks old!
The colours, lilac and green, were chosen to match the colours of Miss A’s room. I like the combination of these colours and I’m glad that I had opportunity to try all these head bands, knitted hats and socks etc – Miss A slept and ate very well. Special thanks to the parents who came a long way to my studio to photograph their little princess! Certainly, it was worth it, as we not only photographed Miss A alone, but we also got few shots with mummy and daddy!
Keep an eye on my blog for Miss A’s six plus photo shoot post!
As an experienced newborn photographer and a mum myself, I know how important safety is whenever you mix babies, heavy equipment and unfamiliar locales. I speak to countless new parents who blanche with apprehension at the idea of taking their sweet new wee one out of the little nest that they have built in their own safe home – in fact, my Derbyshire studio is often one of the very first outings that a family makes, in order to capture those first few precious weeks!
Newborn photography safety is something that I am passionate about, and I want to ensure that all new mums and dads select a professional who is as meticulous about this as I am. Here is a list of five things to consider when choosing the photographer who will immortalise your new baby on camera.
Having your own little bundle of joy is a feeling like no other. Having someone to cherish for the rest of your life and watch as they grow in to your spitting image is a life event which means something different to every parent. The only problem is that they grow up so fast.
The initial helplessness and their need to rely on the love and attention of you, their parents, soon evaporates as you’re running a marathon trying to keep up with them. There are no doubt times that you will stop and think how you wish they were still a tiny baby so you could hold them all day without having to chase them for a cuddle.
Memories With Newborn Photos
Memories are incredibly important for both you, the parents, and the baby. Capturing special moments such as the many firsts during the baby’s first year is something that can’t be done again so creating a photo album of newborn photos in Derbyshire is something I think every parent needs to do.
Why Opt For Professional Baby Photography
This is a post about newborn baby girl photos of Miss A. I’m so glad to share these beautiful shots of this little princess as I love this shoot!
As you may guess from the first photograph, she slept very well in that cute tiny bed which I prepared for her. In fact, she did so throughout whole photo shoot so it went relatively quick. I like pose and dress little babies and Miss A let me do it with no complaint 🙂 Her mummy and I discussed the colour theme for the shoot and decided to have it brown-orange and pink-purple – I think this worked out very well! As usually, I had lots of unique hand made props for my little models.
I really look forward to photographing Miss A at her 6 plus session!
Getting ready for your ne bundle of joy’s arrival is an exciting chapter in your new adventure of parenting. Although everyone has different experiences with childbirth taking antenatal classes in Derbyshire will really enhance your experience and prepare you for what is to come.
Antenatal classes come in all different shapes and sizes and many of them are free. Some classes are women only and others can be classes for couples which are ideal for first time parents.
Though there are many different types of antenatal classes they all have the same concept and goal which is to prepare you and your partner for late pregnancy, childbirth and parenthood. Some antenatal classes focus on birth positions and where to give birth whereas other classes will have a set routine of topics so you get a sound knowledge of all different areas of childbirth. Taking extra classes in the basics of breastfeeding is also recommended as this is something many new mothers struggle with.
Many topics are covered by antenatal classes in Derbyshire include your wellbeing, changes for you, caring for your baby, meeting your baby and much more. Every angle is looked at so you and your partner are as prepared as possible for your time.
I’m pleased to present a new set of newborn images by my newborn photography studio in Derby. Today are the photos of Mr L, a handsome little boy who was born just 7 days before the session. I was especially glad to photograph him as I know his parents for long time now, since 2012 when I photographed their wedding. I also photographed his older brother, Mr E, 2 years ago.
Like his older brother, Mr L slept very well, giving me opportunity to capture his smiles and funny faces. Before the shoot we discussed the colour theme with his parents and they suggested to have green and blue, similar to the colours of his room. I chose combination of brown, green and blue out of my props.
Quite often I take pictures with parents; one of these is also in the list below.
I really enjoyed photographing Mr L, hope you will enjoy the pictures too 🙂
I admire newborn babies when they are asleep! Not only because they are cute, but also because I can do so many beautiful photos! And such was Miss N, newborn baby girl photos of whom I present in this post.
She was just lovely! I took few shots of her on fur, blankets and, finally. in a wonderful vintage pram! As for colours, I chose combination of green, grey and brown for the pram shot, a little bit of pink and purple for the photo where miss N was wrapped. I also like when my little newborn models wear knitted colourful hats, they are even cuter with them 🙂
Enjoy the pictures 🙂