How could I not resist a Batman cape! Baby’s name was kept a secret but they called him Baby Batman. Maybe that was for being big Phillies and baseball fans? Either way,  we got both pictures with the Phillies outfit and the Batman cape. 

Baby was so good and sleepy, we got in TWO froggy poses. He was so happy, we got a few smiles too. 

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A baby girl 14 days new visited my studio. She was so sweet and cuddly and loved to be wrapped up. We tried a new pose called ‘potato sack’ and it worked great for that reason.

We did quite a few colors, neutral, pink, yellow and sea foam. She looked great in all of them, but I do love the little white romper I made for her. It was a perfect fit.  I always make something new for each session and try to incorporate as many colors and variety as I can. 

If you are expecting or due soon, contact me to book a session. Book in your 6th month and add a studio maternity session for only $199, that’s half off!  

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I’m sure you’ve seen this pose before and maybe wondered how is that possible? First, it’s call the froggy pose. It’s one of the most difficult poses to achieve but also the most rewarding once you get it. 

This pose, like a lot of newborn photos, is a composite. That means you take two pictures and blend them in photoshop. This pose can only be done when baby is in a deep sleep. Usually that’s right after mom feeds the baby and they are in their milk coma. 

Here is the final image:

Moorestown Newborn Photographer Froggy Pose


A parent helps by holding the baby while I take my shots.  One shot gets the top of the photo, and the second shot gets the bottom part. Safety is always first!

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