Everything you need to know for a successful hospital photography session with your brand new baby +
Our favorite tips and tricks that we use for all of our professional Fresh 48 sessions
How to deal with dark hospital lighting and where to place your baby for best results
PDF checklist to print out and add to your hospital bag so you won't miss any of the important shots and details you never want to forget.
"My friend thought it was taken by the photographer that goes around the hospital. Nope, just his mama and her trusty iPhone!"
With new hospital visitation rules, fewer people will get to experience your baby's first few precious hours of life.
You don't have to let these moments slip by undocumented!
The truth is, EVERYONE can capture great photos of their new baby with these few basic tips and tricks.
And I'm the owner and lead newborn photographer for Glean & Co Photography in Boise, Idaho.
8 years ago I was where you are today, about to welcome my first baby into the world. It felt like he would never arrive (he was 13 days late!) and I could not stand the anticipation of being a mom. 3 years later I had another and 3 years after that I had my last. And the thing that I have learned the most over these past 8 years and 3 sons is that babies sure don’t keep. If there’s anything I could go back and do it would be to take even more photos of them. (And I take A. LOT.) I want to document each and every little milestone and I hate that I blink and they’ve changed over night.
While I absolutely love professional photography, I also truly believe that you can capture some amazing moments and memories of your own babies using just the equipment you already own.
Visit the link below to learn more about Glean & Co Photography and if you're local to Boise, I sure hope to see you in front of my lens someday.