Photographing Every Newborn When Families Have 3 or More Kids.
There are many aspects of my job as a newborn and child photographer that I am especially grateful for. And one of those things is definitely when families bring not just their first born, but their second, and even third or more into my Massachusetts photography studio for newborn photos. Nothing makes me feel like I am in the right profession more than when I am trusted with capturing these precious moments for families. Whether it’s just seeing their babies for newborn portraits, or getting to witness multiple milestones. I am always happy to be a part of these families’ lives. And always thrilled to have them back in my Massachusetts newborn photography studio!
Plus, as a mom of two little girls, families with three or more kids blow me away. Getting the chance to watch these moms and dads navigate life with 3+ kiddos is seriously awe-inspiring!
Massachusetts Newborn Photo Ideas and Inspiration
One of the benefits to having the same newborn photographer take portraits of each child, is that there can be consistency. Whether that just means keeping the same general style and color scheme throughout each session. Or even using the same prop with each child. Since I am able to look back at each session to see what poses, props, and accessories I used for each previous session, I’m able to create a cohesive look between each session. This doesn’t mean that each baby #2 or #3 are going to be an exact copy of baby #1’s session though. I will just be able to create a look or feel that is cohesive throughout all of the sessions.
This is especially handy for displaying artwork in your home. For example, I can help you create a wall gallery using each child’s newborn portraits. And we can make sure that the photos don’t clash with one another. Or, if you prefer albums, I can help you create albums in the same style.
I’ve had parents come back to my Andover studio for baby #2 or #3 and say that there was a specific pose that they really loved in baby #1’s newborn photography session. Now, every baby is different and therefore every session is different. This means that it’s not always possible for me to recreate an exact pose. However I will definitely try my best. Whether that means a photo of your little one with their tushee in the air, or in the ever-popular frog pose. Want more information about newborn poses? Check out this blog post: My Top 6 Must Have Newborn Poses to Capture.
Are you looking for newborn and child photography in Massachusetts? Crabapple Photography is located in Andover MA and serves clients from around the area including Rowley, Chelmsford, Melrose, Boston and more. Kate McKenna has been photographing newborns, babies, and children of all ages since 2009. Contact Kate today to learn more.