Tips & suggestions for photographing your baby

Taking beautiful photos of your new baby is a good way to preserve life-long memories. By following a couple of easy steps, everyone can learn to take the baby pictures that they can be proud of. Please find here some suggestions on how to take and archive the best shots of your newborn and shield your memories.

1. Get natural

When taking a photo of your newborn, you want the “soft-glow”, to emanate. The best method to accomplish that’s through natural lighting. Put your baby in a place that’s exposed to many bright, indirect light void of shadows. Don’t use a flash and increase your ISO speed to around 400.

2. Practise patience

Babies are fueled by curiosity. Everything captures their attention. Try to get them to concentrate on one object through the shoot. In addition, it is an excellent idea to take a couple of test shots to ensure you’ve perfect light and that your child is comfortable. Once you’ve the best shot possible, snap away.

3. Move white and black

Even though color prints are vibrant and fun, make sure to print a range of pictures in black and white. Not just are these pictures classic and timeless, but they are also the smartest choice when attempting to attain that professional look.

4. Sharing is caring

Once you have the shot of your new tot, make sure to share them with family and friends. To save time and money, download pictures to Internet sites like Snapfish.com and make a personalized baby photo book.

5. Store safely

Once innumerable memories that are captured, be sure to have copies as well and archives pictures with caution. Pick albums which are acid- and lignin free so as to prevent pictures from becoming damaged. Look for pages without glues and make sure to use page protectors and pocket corners. Store photo albums in a cool, dry spot that will not have dramatic temperature fluctuations.

Another way to establish a focal point when you have more than one photo in your layout is to display one or two larger photos with smaller supporting photos.