Baby Photography at Home: Capture the First Year

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Capture all the magic of the most precious year — at home! Create cherished baby portraits with fuss-free techniques for posing, propping, lighting…

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Capture all the magic of the most precious year — at home! Create cherished baby portraits with fuss-free techniques for posing, propping, lighting and settings.

Set Up for Success

Meet instructor Sandy Puc’! Sandy begins by tuning you into some of the challenges that can come with photographing a baby. She also explains how to plan your shoot according to some key age milestones, create the perfect environment and prep parents to be as helpful as possible.

Camera Settings & Gear

You don’t need expensive gear to capture a beautiful baby portrait, but you do need to understand your settings! Sandy shows you where to start and how to adjust for the perfect exposure. She’ll also share her picks for lenses and tripods.

Lighting

Lighting is one of the most important elements of any photograph, and it’s especially key when it comes to portraits. In this lesson, Sandy walks you through choosing the most flattering light and helps you modify it to fit your needs. You’ll also discover helpful insights for placing your subject.

Posing Newborns

It’s time to dive into the most fun and challenging part of baby photography: posing! Sandy makes sure you get some key information on safety and moves on to recommend a variety of heartwarming poses for newborns.

Incorporating Parents & Siblings

Capture how much baby means to the family by getting everyone in the mix! You’ll learn great ways to use parents as props and discover how to work siblings into the portrait.

3-9 Months

Now that you know the rules of the road for newborns, turn your focus to 3- to 9-months-olds. With this sometimes fussy age group, timing is key! Sandy lays out how to set yourself up for success pre-shoot, and shares tips to keep babies happy and engaged during your session.

1 Year Old

As any parent knows, 1 year and up is a whole new ballgame. Follow along and find out what to expect from a child who can stand and walk. Sandy even ends this lesson with pointers for a successful cake smash session.

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