Newborn Session & Gallery Design
I was asked by Brittany Fusilier, a Baton Rouge lifestyle blogger, to do newborn pictures. We did a session at her home and used a prop she designed. This dream catcher pose was new for me but I'm familiar with composites so I'm glad to have had the opportunity to practice the technique!
This was a fun challenge given that it was done at her home and not at the studio! I had dad hold the wreath for the effect of the baby in the air. Then I took Olivia's picture on the ground with her being spotted by Mom and Grandma for safety. I combined the two pictures in Photoshop by a technique called compositing.
Here are the pics that make the final one you see above.
We also took some beautiful shots in her living room and bedroom. I sabotaged a bouquet on her kitchen counter for this picture. The natural light in her home was perfect and kept everything personal and unique.
My specialty is lifestyle newborn like you see above with mom. Mom is in her home with her family and without the stress of leaving the house everyone was relaxed and comfortable for their photos.
I also love this one with big sister! This was in Maddy's room and again, the beautiful natural light warms the picture.
MORE PICTURES FROM THE SESSION
It is so important to share and enjoy your precious family and what better way then by printing and displaying these beautiful pictures. I am a certified print maker and wall gallery designer. I order all my products from one of the country's leading professional printing companies so you have the best, longest lasting prints and frames you can get!
Here are some wall gallery designs from Olivia's session.
Brittany is such an inspiring mother and you can follow her family's journey at her blog. https://www.everythingfusilier.com/
She also was so kind to blog about Olivia's newborn photo session experience with me so check that out!
If you are interested in booking a lifestyle newborn or maternity session please contact me and we will make the magic happen!
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