Javier's Newborn Session and More

My blog is back! Today I want to share with you a little bit about the way I work. Looking back at the photos of Javier's newborn shooting session, I can’t help but to feel speechless and overcome by love and tenderness.

This session is very particular because it is for the second born. As you can see the emotion is on the surface. These kind of situations put you to the test as a children and newborn photographer.

In my newborn sessions, which can last up to 3 hours, the tranquility and comfort of my clients are very important to me. For this reason, I recommend doing it at home, especially when you already have another small child. Avoid travel and all the stress that entails. There really is no better place than your home.

I will bring all my equipment and props necessary so that my clients do not have to worry about anything. While I go about the session they can rest or spend quality time with their family, or have some chores done. The safety and comfort of the baby is a priority to me.

I also control the temperature and humidity of the room where the photographs will be taken. I wear cotton gloves for extra warmth and a ear loop face mask for hygienic precautions. In addition, all the textiles that I use are sanitized before each session. The lighting that I use is artificial, which simulates natural light, it's totally safe for the eyes of the baby and also elevates the quality of the images.

I will be guiding you through the process and I am open to any questions.

Are you expecting a baby? Book your session now! I recommend doing it during pregnancy to ensure availability because spaces are very limited.

It was very difficult to make a selection of pictures of this session because each one of them is beautiful. Enjoy! Keep posted for updates.

Referrals welcomed. Thanks to Javier's parents for allowing me to publish their images on social networks and also thank Aurelie Noyer, fellow newborn photographer, for attending this session..

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