Tag Archives: documenting newborns

Angles | Burlington Newborn Photographer

I’ve noticed lately that most of my favourite images from my personal work are the side profiles of my children.  I feel as though this angle shows their facial changes the most as time passes.  I definitely enjoy a variety of different angles, as you will likely notice in my work, but the profile is certainly my […]

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Earth Tones | Burlington Newborn Photographer

What can I say, I’m an earthy kinda gal!  I love everything about earth tones, the sense of warmth that they give, the resemblance of the great outdoors, and the fact that they compliment most skin tones.  When I pair these earthy tones with props from the outdoors it results in a very organic and rustic […]

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Doppelgänger | Burlington Newborn Photographer

Doppelgänger ~ an apparition or double of a living person. There’s no better way to describe this baby boy ~ he is his Father’s doppelgänger!  I’m talking twins separated by years, he is absolutely, 100%, a double of his proud Dad. And while I know first hand how hard this is for Mom’s to hear […]

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Pockets of Light | Burlington Newborn Photographer

It’s what my eyes are always in search of ~ pockets of light.  You see photography is all about the light.  You must find the most beautiful light possible, and know how to place your subject accordingly so that light defines their features and accentuates their beauty. Many don’t know that lighting a newborn is […]

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Baby Love | Oakville Newborn Photographer

I love babies, that’s no surprise right!  I love the way they smell, I love their tiny little features, I love the sweet sounds that they make, and I love, love, love snuggling them!! Some sessions don’t allow for much snuggling, especially when babies sleep right through it, however, when they have an awake period […]

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