Fresh 48 Sessions {Seattle Lifestyle Photographer}

June 14, 2018  •  Leave a Comment

I've said it before, and I'll say it again. I absolutely love those first few days in the hospital with my babies. Time seems to stop still and it seems that all that is important, is right there in the room with you. Everyone who enters that room is focused on you and your little one. You can forget about the stress at home while someone else brings you your food and medicines, and you just get to relax and get to know this new little being. Leaving the hospital feels like the first major milestone and for me, it always seems a little sad to leave and take my baby out into the big wide world. Such a special time deserves to be photographed. Tiny details such as hospital bracelets, the blankets that are so well recognized, the pink, blue and white striped hats...all these memories should be preserved. So, do you try yourself? Or do you hire a professional? When my youngest was born, I did do it myself so it can be done. It's not the easiest though, especially if you're recovering from a c section! If you're doing it yourself try to move around the baby so you get shots from different angles. I try to use back light for baby in the bassinet shot. Turn off the hospital lights as they are going to throw the white balance off. Natural light is always best. Don't forget details such as the umbilical cord stump, and tiny feet and hands.The benefit to hiring a professional is that you can sit back and relax, and of course, you can be in the images too. Whatever way you choose to do it, just make sure the images are taken. You will treasure them forever. These precious babies, they just don't keep. 

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If you would like to capture this fleeting time, let's chat. I'd be honored to photograph your little love.

 


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