NEWBORN PHOTOGRAPHY IS USUALLY TAKEN WHEN A CHILD IS LESS THAN TWO WEEKS OLD.
Newborn photography is similar to portrait photography. Only that the subjects are less than two weeks old. It’s about capturing the moment of new life. The parent’s pride and joy of a new family member and celebrating this with a quality photograph that will last a lifetime. The great thing is, you will keep this moment in time forever. Having the parents who can act as your assists, holding and posing the baby is a good idea. They can also make them laugh, and quickly put them back to sleep. The child in years to come will have a visual marker of their parents at the very beginning of their life. There is nothing better than a series of newborn baby acrylic photo frames to show off to the world.
NATURAL LIGHT AND SOFT COLOUR TONES WORK BEAUTIFULLY IN CAPTURING STUNNING NEWBORN PORTRAITS
Professional Photographers are not essential in capturing the little ones first picture. However a professional will use natural light at its best and will get a really professional shot. Creativity and editing skills can make the image stunning. When it comes to printing, there are plenty of options. Acrylic photo frames are modern and timeless as there is no need for Traditional framing.
AN ACRYLIC PHOTO FRAMES COLLECTION WILL LAST A LIFETIME AND AS YOUR CHILD GROWS YOU CAN ADD MORE TO YOUR COLLECTION.
Creating simple, inexpensive setups for newborn photography. Simplicity is key, for the viewer to understand the image. Focus on only using simple coloured backdrops and materials. This makes it easier to set the correct white balance and colour correct during post-processing. You also don’t need to worry about colour casts, and reflected tones affecting your newborns’ skin. Use soft, gentle newborn baby tones. Save brights and primary colours for when they get older and more active. Acrylic photo frames make a great gift for grandparents and family members.
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An example of Acrylic Block at Perrin Clarke Photography