Mother and Baby Newborn Session

From Amy Fanton Photography:

I did this newborn session several months ago for a dear friend in central London. This was baby #2 for the gorgeous mother and she wanted to take some special time to document the first interactions between her and her new baby. This also happened to be the first session I did after having my own baby #2 and would you believe that I did the whole session with my own baby strapped in a carrier!? Anyway, she had the most beautiful large windows that were really a pleasure to work with since I am a natural light photographer. I was also in love with how her red hair sets off the pinks and the blues in the images. I am so looking forward to photographing the whole family again in a few months!


Mother looking at babyMother playing with newborn babyMother soothing newborn baby

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Dreamy & Pure Newborn Images

If you’re not yet a fan of newborn photographer Melissa J Photography, you need to start following her right now!  She consistently puts out a steady stream of newborn and maternity awesomeness and has all kinds of great ideas and tips!  If you love her work check out her upcoming 2015 workshops –



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A Few Days New

A precious newborn shoot from Forever Young Photography By Paige.  Love how she was able to get so many great natural poses out of their walk in the park.  The scenery makes me want to move to San Diego for sure! :)



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Overdue, But Just As New

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Full Hands, Full hearts!

The thing I love about Kayte Patterson’s work is that her style is so consistent across the board.  Scroll through her Facebook page and you can see how every session feels the same.  That is so important in building a brand with your customers!  Let them know what they can expect and then stick with your style.  Oh and good luck to dad with holding that same pose when the twins are 12 months!! :)



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