After a great maternity session with Celina and Trent, I was so excited to come over to their house for an Austin newborn photography session with baby Solene! First of all, I absolutely love the name Solene and it was at the top of my list for my own daughter for many months. This sweet baby was an angel for the entire photography session, sleeping and cuddling up next to her parents the entire time, making my job an easy one!
Parents interested in a newborn photography session always ask me what they should wear. I think people should always wear what they feel most comfortable in. If that means wearing a baggy shirt and some jeans, go for it! I think a relaxed feel looks great inside the home. No need to dress up unless you really want to! I personally think lighter and/or bright colors tend to look better for indoor photos for a couple of reasons. First, black shows every little spec of lint and even if you can’t see it in person, trust me that you can see it very well in photos. DSLR cameras these days have amazing sensors that pick up tiny details, so things like lint become very noticeable! Another reason I think light and bright colors look better is that it adds a warm, happy feel to the photos. A little bit of brown and black is ok, but when entire outfits are that color, it can make an interior space look very dark.
You don’t have to go to an Austin newborn studio to get sweet photos of your newborn cuddled up in a basket or in a wrap! I love doing photos like that in the home – it gives a unique and documentary look to the photos that is beautiful and really captures a special moment of your life. I can always bring my own wraps and other props to your newborn session, but I do like to utilize whatever you have in your home as well! All the props you see in this newborn session were the parent’s items, including the blankets and baskets. Enjoy these sweet photos of baby Solene!
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