This week, we are highlighting a few of our most popular Newborn Photography videos on YouTube. If you don’t subscribe, head over to YouTube so you don’t miss any awesome content!
And if you want to learn more about Newborn Photography, check out our Newborn Photography Workshop DVD which includes Lightroom presets designed specifically for newborn photographers.
We just released a video last week with some tips on comforting a newborn during a shoot. I’ve tried newborn photography twice. And both times, the baby cried and cried until I wanted to cry too. These tips would’ve been helpful…
When shooting a newborn portrait session, you want to make sure the newborn is as comfortable as possible. We have 5 tips to help you calm and comfort the newborn, and overall have a productive and happy shoot.
The easiest way to increase the quality and professionalism of your newborn photos is by improving your lighting. We have 4 recommended pieces of lighting accessories that will increase the quality of your photos without breaking the bank. Check out the video below to see what lighting accessories we recommend for newborn photography.
Many people carry a common misconception that textured means grunge, and quite frankly that is simply untrue. Although you can use textures to create a grunge look to your images – like a faded vintage look that’s tattered or torn – textures can also be used to add some extra dimension to a photo and give it a little spice. For this tutorial we are going to use an image we shot from the Newborn Workshop Collection, this file is exercise 7. We’re going to be doing a Newborn Preset Pack that’s in the Newborn Workshop Collection.
We have a quick two minute tip for you on when is the best time to schedule a newborn session and why. Check out the video below to learn more.