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What to Expect from a Newborn Photoshoot: Boston, MA

What to Expect from a Newborn Photoshoot

Welcoming a newborn into your family is an incredibly special and fleeting moment that deserves to be cherished for a lifetime. One way to encapsulate these early days of your baby's life is through a professional newborn photoshoot. These photos capture the innocence, vulnerability, and unique qualities of your little one, creating lasting memories that you'll treasure forever. Here's what you can expect from an in-newborn photoshoot:

Photo of beautiful newborn baby girl in cream boneyard and wrap inside of wooden basket sleeping taken by Vanessa Keo Photragraphy in Middleton, MA

1. Timing is Crucial: Newborn photoshoots typically take place within the first two weeks of a baby's life(make sure to book in advance). During this time, babies are more likely to sleep deeply and curl up in those adorable poses. Keep in mind that babies grow quickly, and capturing them in their earliest days helps preserve their tiny features.

2. Patience is Key: Babies have their own schedules and needs, which might not align perfectly with the photoshoot agenda. Be prepared for frequent breaks for feeding, changing, and soothing. A patient photographer will work around your baby's mood and needs.

3. A Cozy Setting: Most newborn photoshoots occur in a comfortable and warm studio or home environment. Props like soft blankets, wraps, and baskets are often used to create adorable scenes. Discuss your preferences with the photographer beforehand to ensure the setup matches your vision.

4. Safety Comes First: Babies are delicate, and their safety is of paramount importance. A skilled newborn photographer is trained to handle babies safely and expertly pose them without any harm. Be sure to choose a photographer who prioritizes safety protocols.

5. Baby-Led Poses: Those heart-melting poses you see in newborn photos require a gentle touch and careful positioning. A professional photographer will guide your baby into poses that look natural and comfortable, while also capturing their unique personality.

6. Parent and Family Shots: In addition to solo baby shots, most photographers offer the option to include parents and siblings in the session. These family portraits capture the bond between your new addition and the rest of the family.

Photo of adorable newborn baby girl wrapped in nuetral colors with headband and holding teddy bear taken by Newborn Photographer Vanessa Keo in Boston, MA

7. Embrace the Unexpected: Babies can be unpredictable, and they might not always cooperate with the desired poses or expressions. Embrace the candid moments that capture their true essence – yawns, stretches, and even those cute little cries.

8. Time Flies: The newborn phase passes by in the blink of an eye. Once the photoshoot is over, you'll receive a gallery of images that freeze these fleeting moments in time. These photos will become cherished keepsakes that you'll look back on with fondness.

In conclusion, a newborn photoshoot is a beautiful way to commemorate the arrival of your baby. With the right photographer, a cozy setting, and a patient attitude, you can expect to capture heartwarming images that will forever remind you of the precious early days of your little one's life.

Vanessa Keo Photogeaphy is an in-home newborn photographer located in Merrimack, NH serving the Southern New Hampshire and Boston area.

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Beautiful beach maternity photoshoot in rust colored dress taken in Swampscott, MA by Boston maternity photographer Vanessa Keo

Vanessa Keo Photography is a portrait studio located in Merrimack, NH specializing in all things motherhood: Maternity photos, In-home newborn photos, Family photos, Mommy & Me, cake smash sessions and more!

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