Say hello to sweet baby Aiden all wrapped up like a little nugget.
Aiden stayed asleep his entire photo session! His eyes would flutter here and there but as soon as I got his pants on him and wrapped him up he tuckered out. I really love putting babies in an outfit and then wrapping them so I can later unwrap them and already have that outfit on their cute little tushies. It makes the session flow much better than changing them constantly and risk waking them up.
Aiden's dad is a huge golf lover. This was a must-have photograph. Love it!
Favorite below! Simple setups are so timeless and beautiful.
One of my favorite things about newborn sessions is parent portraits. Babies are never more comfortable than when they're in the arms of their parents.
One of the reasons I prefer letting babies pose themselves is to capture their true selves. Each baby will lay differently. Aiden's hands stretched up over his head and stayed there. When he's 18 his mom can look back and remember the time when he would sleep with his arms above his head. It may seem so simple but boy, does it turn out to be so important in the long run.
I started something new for my awesome clients. Each gallery will include a Facebook cover photo with your baby or family name at the top. I love this! Let me know if you've recently booked a session with me and would like a custom cover photo!
Sarah Cropper is a newborn photographer specializing in organic, connection-focused portraits of new life, littles and families in the Columbus, Ohio area