Oh my goodness! I just LOVED capturing my friends newborn baby boy and her family. It's truly an honour to be able to capture such special memories for families that they will cherish forever. They came to my studio for their newborn and family portrait session along with big sister Sheena, who was the cutest sister ever - giving her baby brother lots of hugs and kisses. And I admit, I was able to grab some newborn cuddles in between frame too!
We started with some traditional newborn poses with baby only and then moved onto some family portraits. Mom had requested autumn colours - red, orange and yellows.
We also did some sibling portraits with big sister Sheena holding her baby brother and boy was she happy about that!
Newborn portraits are best captured within the first 14 days after birth, while your baby is still sleepy and able to curl up into those sweet newborn poses. It is recommend that you book your newborn portrait session in your second trimester to ensure availability, as I only book a limited number of newborn photography per month. Newborn photography requires years of practice and skill to safely handle and pose your newborn baby. I have taken numerous safety and posing classes to ensure your baby's safety is my number one priority. Our studio is centrally located in Toronto with lots of free parking, drinks and snacks provided and a TV to catch-up on those Netflix shows you might have missed. Newborn and family sessions are generally 3 hours with lots of breaks in between to feed, change and cuddle baby.
There is nothing more memorable than capturing that special bond between a family and their brand new baby. After I photograph your family and we have selected the best images together, I carefully retouch each image by hand to create a beautiful work of art. I love seeing clients display their gorgeous fine art prints displayed in their home. Those first few months of a newborns life are fleeting - newborn photography is a wonderful way to preserve those priceless memories as a visual legacy to be cherished for generations.