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Warm Embraces - Shepparton Newborn Photographer

It's been a while since I have shared a newborn session here on my blogs. This is a great opportunity for me to show you what a newborn session looks like, the process and what kind of images you can expect to get. For those that have followed along my journey, you have probably seen Skye's face pop up a few times now. Skye has the kindest soul and it warms my heart that I've been lucky enough to grow a friendship with her over our time spent photographing her family. She is a huge supporter of my business and I'm so thankful to her and to all of my other returning families. Now to the sweetest part. The photographs and memories they'll have to cherish for a lifetime. If you're breastfeeding, you have the option to capture this journey. These can be kept completely private or you may be happy to share your journey with others.

My newborn sessions are very family based. I've had parents in the past who had no intention to be part of the session. I will always encourage you to be present in the photos. In the end, if you don't want those photos, you don't have to purchase them. But these parents who I have encourage to be present have never regretted being in those photographs. Most, even saying they ended up being their favourite images.

Don't forget about capturing the love of each individual parent with their little one. Looking back and remembering how small they were. How they managed to fit in the palm of your hands and fall into a small ball in your arms.

My favourite part of every newborn session is capturing the teeny-tiny little details. I always get so happy when I see my clients choosing to print these images. They are the little details you will forget when they are older. Cherish these captures.

You also get a large variety of photos of your little one. These are perfect to have on your wall alongside some family photos.

If you love what you see and would love to discuss booking a newborn session with me, you can contact me here:


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