Whether we are parents or not, all of us have seen those absolutely adorable baby pictures around, with the babies sleeping like absolute angels in the cutest of clothes, with the most adorable props. Just looking at these pictures is enough to give anyone baby fever. After all, who wouldn’t want to have a child that sleeps like an absolute angel in the cutest of poses? For expecting parents, a newborn photo shoot can be a real dream come true, as they get to have timeless memories of their child at his or her cutest and youngest, in the most lovable of poses. If you are an expecting parent or have very recently welcomed in the newest member of the family, you can invest in your very own newborn photo shoot to really capture the most vulnerable period of your child’s life. These pictures are truly timeless in the beauty that they capture, as apart from being cute and quirky, they can really capture the love the parents feel for their child from the minute that he or she enters the world. Perhaps the most important is that these photographs and these memories will, in the end, outlive us and last for generations to come.
Melbourne newborn photography is still a fairly new trend in all honesty, and is fairly millennial. With this generation capturing anything and everything from their favourite meals, to time in the gym and to wedding days, it only makes sense that they would seek to capture the earliest time with their babies as well. Our parents and their parents rarely ever invested in aesthetic newborn photo shoots. Instead, we all have those awkward, badly posed departmental store family pictures, and the only baby shoots are the ones with us having slightly pointy heads and sleeping in messy blankets. The very millennial trend of not just capturing everything important in life, but making it seem as aesthetically pleasing as well has really revolutionised baby photography. Now, we can have our babies curled up inside baskets and covered with flowing silks for the dreamiest of memories.
Our newborn photo shoots can also be the most perfect complement to our maternity photo shoot, if we have invested in one. Both a maternity shoot and newborn photography can be the perfect ways to make eternal our beautiful journey into parenthood and just the raw love that the parents have for their child. Siobhan Wolff specialises in perfectly capturing the beauty of this journey, through the most artfully taken photographs. Designed to make you and your child look the absolute best, her newborn photography can not only be the perfect way to remember your child at his or her youngest, before it grows up, but the family portraits can also capture the love felt for the baby by not only the parents but also the siblings. Later, when the child is all grown up, the photographs can be the perfect expression of raw emotion, better than any words could ever be. The newborn photography, in later years, can be the perfect expression of love for the child.
When walking into the studio to have their newborn photographed, first-timers can often be wary of how their child will cope. This is especially true for parents whose children are slightly harder to handle; the nightmare babies who stay up all night and wail away. For those parents believing that they will ever have perfectly peaceful portraits of their children seems too good to be to true. However, professionals know just how to get your child to sleep through the shoots peacefully and how to get them into the cute curly poses without ever waking them up. So, no matter how fussy your child is, you can get pictures of them looking like absolute angels.
With newborn photography coming to the mainstream, and photography of all forms becoming such an integral part of our lives, it makes no sense not to capture this beautiful period forever. With the help of a qualified photographer such as Siobhan Wolff, we too can have the most beautiful newborn photographs just like every celebrity on social media nowadays, and these pictures can be a huge source of comfort for us in later days when our children are all grown up.