New Born Safety First

September 13, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

If you want specific newborn poses, check with your photographer first and ask how are they going to produce them.

Having six children of my own I know how delicate newborns are.  Forcing babies into poses or expecting them to hold themselves in unusual positions is unforgivable. 

It is essential that you as parents are informed and confident about what is good practice so that you can intervene and stop a photographer if you feel that the situation is unsafe.

Newborn and baby photography sessions can be unpredictable and take longer than other types of portrait photography. If you feel the session is being rushed then that is a good sign that baby’s safety is not paramount and you should ask for the session to be stopped.

Properly conducted sessions usually last up to four hours, in temperature controlled rooms with either an assistant or a parent acting as a “spotter” to monitor and support the baby if required.

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