Do you remember this baby bump? Well, welcome the result of that little baby bump! Isn’t she gorgeous with her full head of hair and pouty little lips? She even lashed a little grin or two for us during her session (I guess she likes me!) This first image is a favorite pose of mine and of parents. It is a composite image which means we took a couple of different images and put them together to get the final image. We always take baby’s safety as our first priority. This pose, while cute, can be harmful to little arms and wrists since babies are such top heavy little things. That and they don’t really balance all alone. So we take a few images and work a little Nitz Photography photoshop magic to get this oh so cute pose. And not all babies go for it either. Which is why if they protest we stop and move to something else. This little peanut was just happy as a clam in this position and just about any position we put her in.
She was pretty good to me for her session and we had a great time photographing her to capture this precious time in mom and dad’s life. They grow up way too fast and don’t stay this little for long. Capturing newborns at less than 2 weeks of age is what allows us to really see just how small, curly and oh so sweet and precious that little new life really is. I really do enjoy my profession.
Nitz Photography specializes in newborn portraits (along with their families) and is Jacksonville and St. Augustine Florida’s first premiere newborn and baby photography studios. Our studio is designed especially with these little ones in mind to keep them warm and comfortable. With 8 years of experience photographing newborns and babies, new parents can be assured that their precious new baby is in the hands of a professional that has spent years perfecting how to handle and pose newborns not only expertly, but safely. Every detail in each session is carefully planned to ensure the perfectly created images for you to display on your walls.
Newborn portraits are created within 2 weeks of baby’s birth. It is imperative that expecting moms contact us before baby arrives to ensure availability.