Newborn Photographer Miranda O’Leary Photography in Saint John, New Brunswick
This sweet little newborn might have been one of the smallest little bundles I have had in my Saint John, New Brunswick studio in a few years. You could tell how much her big sister loved her. Thier family was fun and easy going which set the tone for a great newborn session and a comfortable baby. I worked through the sets easily and enjoyed the many smiles I was given by this little gem.
WHAT TO EXPECT
1. Your infant will be taken care of. Throughout the entire experience, I will help ensure that you receive the highest level of customer service possible.
2. You will love your images. I am proud of the work that I produce, and I would love to have the opportunity to capture gorgeous images of your new baby.
3. You will relax. Yes, you will enjoy the experience. This may be the first time you get to sit back and watch your baby from a distance. Enjoy the experience while I create beautiful memories for you.
Newborn safety is my primary concern. I have honed my techniques for safe newborn portraits. Newborn photography has seen a surge in the last few years, with photographers entering the field who are not experienced enough in posing newborns safely nor aware of the techniques used to achieve our newborn images. It is very common for these photographers to put newborns in compromising situations and at risk. That is not what happens in my studio. I have many years and training behind me for newborn safety, as well as 5 children of my own.
Ready to book?
Perfect! I like to work with newborns between the ages of 5-10 days along. This is the best time to capture the sleepy stage for best posing and settling. Let me know and I will send over my tips on how to prepare for the session and how to send the retainer. Once your the retainer has been received, then you will officially be on my calendar! I look forward to talking with you. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
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Miranda O’Leary Photography