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When to Plan New Born Photoshoot

It is ideal to photograph newborns between 4-12 days. During this time the baby sleeps 20+ hours a day and remains in a wonderful ‘curl’ from the womb. After 12 days the baby starts to push their limbs out a little and are awake for longer periods of time.

How long are the newborn photo shoots?

Our goal is to create beautiful images of your baby, this takes anywhere from 1.5 – 3 hours, depends upon Baby response.

Can you recreate the images which are available in internet with my baby 

We can try our best for certain poses and sets, but ultimately your baby is in control of the session and we would like to try out best to make each session unique. As well, not all newborns are “moldable” for certain positions based on weight, age, flexibility, and body structure.

How Safe it Is?

It's important to note that Dr. Sonia is having a Medical background &  is a Certified Newborn Safety poser. Extreme care is taken that the environment we set up is completely safe for the newborn. Our props are mainly fabrics, headbands, hats and paper-made products. All our poses are done with expertise and go with the baby's flow for the large part. No pose is forced upon the baby.

What preparations should parents take care of?

Its best to start the shoot post the newborn’s massage (if you are giving the baby massages), a warm water bath and a full feed.  Feeding and burping are some things that can be done before we start the shoot. A well-fed baby is definitely a happy baby!

How long does the entire process take?

Newborns need to be dealt with slowly and gently and this does take a while. It typically takes 2 - 4 hours based on how much you want captured. But this includes feed breaks, potty breaks etc.


Babies are very susceptible to infections. Great care is taken with hand hygiene to reduce the risks. Props, blankets, wraps and clothes are washed between clients. 

When Can we expect the Images ?

You will receive the Images after Complete Processing roughly 2-3 weeks after the session.

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