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i thought it would be fun to share with you guys what goes on behind the scenes at a newborn session.  often when i arrive at my clients house they wonder exactly how many trips i am going to make to vehicle + how long i'm planning on staying for.  i come equipped with a big suitcase, small suitcase, a huge bean bag, several props, a background stand + a variety of other items.  each session can last between 2-4 hours depending on how cooperative the baby is.  i don't leave until i am certain i have a good variety of images for your gallery, including a mix of lifestyle + posed...and if the weather permits, i'm always a huge fan of outdoor shots. when i arrive to my clients house, i take a quick tour around the house + decide which area has the best natural lighting and plenty of area to set up.

remember this sweet girl, micaela?  here is a shot of what my set up looked like at this client's house:

and here's the resulting image, SOOC (straight out of the camera) + then my edited version:

and one more for you....this one is from my latest newborn session....adorable baby girl, davey.  watch out for her blog post in the next coming week or so.  here's the set up:

and here's the resulting image, SOOC (straight out of the camera) + then my edited version:

so there you have it!  a behind the scenes look at one of my newborn sessions.  interested in booking a session?  don't forget about my current casting call...i'm looking to add some new (very new!) faces to my portfolio and there are only couple spots remaining.  click here for more info.