Newborn Safety Is My #1| Charlotte Baby Photographer

I want to do something a little different tonight. Let’s talk a little about newborn safety when it comes to babies and/or children and your photographer. I don’t know how many times parents have asked me to put their child or baby in danger to get the perfect shot (according to a parent). In my humble opinion it is just a bad idea to put your child in danger for a photograph. You should never put a baby up on something high off the ground. Or let a baby just learning to stand, hold on the something and let go of said baby just for a picture. They will inevitable fall and get hurt.

When you come to me for a portrait session you are joining the Insley Photography family and as family I want to keep you and yours safe always. I insist on safety in my studio when it comes to my clients. 

Today I want to share a before and after sequence from a recent newborn photo session. This is Baby Olivia, the color images are straight out of the camera used to make the final edited image. This is the only safe way to get the desired results of a sweet newborn holding up her head. Newborn safety has to be my number one priority.

Still have questions about a pose you’ve seen on the internet, or even in person?  Just ask. I am happy to let you in on the secret of howwe can make it safely.

Got more questions? Here is a great article from the Accredited Professional Newborn Photographers International  apnpi website  all about newborn safety

 

-alicia
 

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