Five weeks ago, our littlest farm boy made his arrival. He was smaller than we imagined he would be, but so so so cute.
He has a beautiful disposition, and is already giving us glimpses of his little personality. I took a couple of weeks off but have gotten back to work in the last few days. In case you haven't noticed, there are a lack of Spring products in the store. He was born just after Valentine's Day and everything got put on hold these last few weeks. I'm not putting too much pressure on myself but I promised myself this time that I wouldn't slow down and so far I have been able to strap him into a carrier and carry on with my responsibilities. It helps that he is such a good baby, he is up for anything as long as he is snuggled up to me.
I'm not saying that I'm getting things done quickly, it took me 5 weeks to take these pictures, and another week to sit down and edit them. For me, these are the perfect newborn photos. While posed newborn photos are beautiful to look at, and seem fun to style- I prefer real life, real moments...real memories.
I love the way he sleeps. It's the best to me. I just want to remember those little things, because it's easy to forget. Really easy.
Newborn photography tips
Do you have tried and true tricks for newborn photography? Let me know in the comments below!
MY FAVORITE PHOTOGRAPHY EQUIPMENT
Canon Mark III
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Hi! I'm Amy. I am a former commercial photographer who has travelled all over the world and finally landed in my happy place - Historic Boscobel Farm.