Is it just me that thinks babies in bonnets are the most precious things ever? That, and her chubby top lip made me want 12 more babies asap. Georgiana’s brother wasn’t quite as fond of her, but I loved all of the curious looks and pokes he gave her. If you look closely at one of the photos towards the middle you can see a little toddler head running in the background. Normally I edit out distracting things like that, but I just love how real that shot was. It definitely made the moment more beautiful and meaningful to this family to leave in the little tornado in the background. That’s life! And one day little Georgiana is probably going to be a running blur in their family photos, too! If you are looking for a Seattle Lifestyle Newborn Photographer, please inquire for more information.
One thing I loved about how these photos came out is the color palette. My editing style is very light and airy so it makes sense that light and airy clothing and decor lends to that style the best. Many clients wear all neutrals, like cream, grey, taupe, etc. If you’re wanting a little more color try to look for soft, muted, or pastel colors like this pink top. I also think light blue, lavender, muted greens, etc, would be wonderful choices. These color choices also keep the focus on baby, who is the star of the show! Clothing with logos or a lot of pattern can also draw attention away from your little one. Sometimes the more simple and timeless your outfits are, the better. In ten years you don’t want to look back on your photos and wonder why you chose the trendy top over something more classic! Keep these tips in mind when you’re planning for your Seattle Lifestyle Newborn Photographer session.