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Newborn Portrait Photography in Summerville SC

 
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Aug 07, 2012 15:23 |  #1

Here are a few shots from a recent Newborn studio session in Atlanta Georgia

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IMAGE: http://www.chiphotographyofatlanta.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/a-charleston-sc-newborn-photographer.jpg

IMAGE: http://www.chiphotographyofatlanta.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/a-newborn-photographer-in-charleston-sc.jpg

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Aug 07, 2012 15:55 |  #2

Beautiful! I just shot my 3rd NB session and I am finding that I am really enjoy shooting newborns now. These are very inspiring. Thanks for sharing.




  
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Aug 07, 2012 17:22 |  #3

really like 2 and 3, nice poses




  
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Aug 08, 2012 02:44 |  #4

Nice! This gives me ideas for when I have #2. Don't think I can pull these off with my current 2month old!




  
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Aug 09, 2012 03:50 |  #5

Love #1!!!!! sooo maaannnyyy folds of skin! haha.


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Aug 10, 2012 05:10 |  #6

Am I the only one that thinks these are a little unnatural?

In every shot the baby is asleep and yet it's perfectly posed for the shot.
Looking at this series gives me the impression that you've manipulated the babies limbs whilst it's asleep to get it in position, especially the third one. Never seen a baby sleep in that position!


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Aug 10, 2012 16:47 |  #7

Inchpractice wrote in post #14839242 (external link)
Am I the only one that thinks these are a little unnatural?

In every shot the baby is asleep and yet it's perfectly posed for the shot.
Looking at this series gives me the impression that you've manipulated the babies limbs whilst it's asleep to get it in position, especially the third one. Never seen a baby sleep in that position!

I'm assuming #3 is made in post. Most people have to hold the baby's up like that then cloned out in post.


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Aug 11, 2012 01:19 |  #8

Inchpractice wrote in post #14839242 (external link)
Am I the only one that thinks these are a little unnatural?

In every shot the baby is asleep and yet it's perfectly posed for the shot.
Looking at this series gives me the impression that you've manipulated the babies limbs whilst it's asleep to get it in position, especially the third one. Never seen a baby sleep in that position!

no you are not...I think the 2nd one is nice...not feeling the other two.


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Aug 12, 2012 11:43 |  #9

I like 1 and 2, dont like 3, feel bad for the baby


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Aug 12, 2012 14:21 |  #10

very cute. I'm always in awe when I seen nicely done newborn photography. I don't have the skills, patience or confidence to even think about attempting this.

nicely done, I'm sure the Mom was over the moon with these.


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Aug 12, 2012 15:14 |  #11

Inchpractice wrote in post #14839242 (external link)
Am I the only one that thinks these are a little unnatural?

In every shot the baby is asleep and yet it's perfectly posed for the shot.
Looking at this series gives me the impression that you've manipulated the babies limbs whilst it's asleep to get it in position, especially the third one. Never seen a baby sleep in that position!

I guess this style of newborn photography is not popular over there, but it's been popular in the US for years now. It's completely common to pose sleeping newborns into little poses. When they are deep asleep, if they are young enough, most of them are very flexible. Of course, you should never 'force' a baby into a position they don't like. They will tell you when it's something they don't like. Every baby is different. And yes, the head in hands should always be a composite for baby safety.


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Aug 12, 2012 15:34 |  #12

Here a link on how to do this. Not mine but helpful
http://www.youtube.com …vrLo5SOu4&featu​re=related (external link)




  
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Aug 12, 2012 17:54 |  #13

I do newborn photography in in NJ / NYC as well, and lots of people do these composites, but it's always the same...I like to see variety and creativity, and I think that's one of the reasons I started doing photography....I love looking at images, but when everyone is "copying" each-other it becomes...bleh.


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