Newborn Session – Safety and Compositing

How are you today? I just wanted to show some of my work today….that part of work that nobody really sees! 😀 

Did you know the photo above is actually a composite made of two separate images ( photo below). In newborn photography this is a common thing to do, and this is due to very important thing:  safety of your newborn baby!


So, when you come here, with your new bundle of joy, the most precious person in your family, be sure that when I pose your little one , they are in really safe hands!


I have taken part in many Newborn Posing & Newborn Safety orientated workshops. Additionally, I photographed almost 400 babies so far (and still counting), so I can easily say that I not only am TRAINED but also very EXPERIENCED Newborn Photographer too.


                             BELOW YOU SEE AN ILLUSTRATED STEPS OF MAKING A COMPOSITE 

I also recorded the whole process :

I now wonder if you were AWARE of such thing as compositing photographs? 
Do let me know! 🙂

And, if you are still thinking about BOOKING A NEWBORN PHOTO SHOOT with me, but want to know more  how the session looks like, head to my blog here where you can read more about what can you expect?

To book your session simply message me back to this e-mail or go to my online store and reserve your spot as I only book 10-12 photo sessions each month (to know why head to my blog – link above).



Wishing you all the best today!

With love,

Monika

Lavender Hill Photography
Published Photographer in Baby Model Magazine and International Kid Model Magazine

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