Congratulations to you for expecting a little one in your family! Now this is the perfect time to plan for capturing these perfect little moments. Your little one would stay this little of a size for a short period, so make sure to capture this time to reminisce those tiny details. Newborn photography is the most important step you will ever take from the beginning, so selecting someone to capture this time is quite important. This is unlike any other niche of photography. Annie Kinser Photography will help you create memories for lifetime as well as caring for your newborn while the session takes place. You will want to make sure that your newborn is in the safest hands. Here are some factors to consider when you choose your newborn photographer. If you want to book an appointment with us, click here for more info.

  1. Safety

Selecting a newborn photographer is a daunting task. Particularly when you are considering all factors that make up an ideal choice. The safety of your newborn is the most important factor to consider when choosing the next newborn photographer. The integrity as well as the memories should be safe so choose someone who has a knack for handling, caring and posing your baby safely.

  1. Style

There are many styles of newborn photography. It is essential to notice what style you are most drawn to. You could love the posed, lifestyle or baby led posing. In the former, the baby is gently guided into cute curled up poses, wrapped snuggly and placed in adorable props. This session lasts for up to 2-3 hours. With lifestyle photoshoots, the gist is on the connections and parents with the newborns. It can be conducted at your home or a studio. Baby led posing is just creating a relaxed environment for your baby and letting them snuggle in wraps and positions that are natural to them. This style helps in conveying the story of your newborn.

  1. Timing

Many clients wonder that when is it the best time for newborn photography? As the little ones tend to grow up so fast, we suggest you to book for a session early. Within the first few weeks, babies tend to become squishy, bendy, tiny and extra sleepy. It is the ideal time to go for a portrait session. We suggest your newborn to turn at least 10 to 16 days old for the sessions. If your baby is born early and spending time in a hospital, we suggest the first week of them being sent home. We don’t go for babies younger than 5 days old as they are still adjusting and adapting in their new world and learning to feed.

  1. Experience

It is essential to know if a photographer has enough experience to handle newborn photography. Ask the photographer the following questions before you hire them:

  1. How many years have you been in this business?
  2. How many babies have you handled until now?
  3. What training have you received in newborn photography?
  4. Do you have any specific newborn safety training?

Author Bio :- Annie Kinser is a newborn photographer in Dallas-Fort Worth, TX. She also specializes in family, and milestone photos.