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  1. magic rainbow

    magic rainbow

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    Marta
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    Hi there,

    I was wondering if there are any other baby photographers out there who would like to share their experience with posing newborns. Taking pictures of babies can be a real challenge, here are a couple of my images, but I seem to photograph them mostly lying on their fronts.
    Any other suggestions?

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    baby photography London

    Marta at www.magicrainbowphotography.com
     
  2. mrtoad

    mrtoad

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    Geof
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    they look attractive to me
    if asleep you dont have a problem with the eyes
    if awake then get some eye contact
    if you cant get the item they are looking at in the frame..ie toy or whatever
    plain background and a smile if possible
    some props to make them a bit 'cool' will be nice...funny hats etc
    all in all
    most baby shots if sharp and uncluttered are good
    cheers
    geof
     
  3. magic rainbow

    magic rainbow

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    Thank you for the tips Geof!
     

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