Some babies stay awake for a bit, others don’t even blink. Also, some babies don’t like to be on their tummy, others love to be swaddled, so I make necessary adjustments in my workflow to account for what each baby prefers. Therefore, having a solid workflow for me is key to a smooth session and delivering consistently good results. However, I like to be flexible and often use some variations of the same workflow depending on how each baby responds.
Still, most of my workflow is very much the same: Potato Sack – On their back – Expressions & close ups – On their side – On their tummy – In a basket or other prop
Meet baby Max. He is the first child for his parents and they both couldn’t be more excited about their new baby. Max decided to wake up and show us his big dark eyes. An awake baby? No problem!
So we started with a good wrap for one of my favourite Potato Sack pose.
On his side cuddling a little teddy…
And onto his tummy…sleeping on his wrist…
Finally, time to use one of my props…and here, in a basket ….
What are your thoughts on this session? I’d love to hear them – share in the comments!
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