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So now with #2 coming, I’m wondering if I should get them done this time around.  Any BTDT (been there, done that) moms that would do it again, or was it a waste of money?  Do you still have them hanging up, or have they been replaced with more recent photos?

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I would see if your wedding photographer would come to you. Ours will go anywhere with no fees, unless it’s 4+ hours away (then you have to buy her a room, haha).

I’m not getting them done at the hospital, but I am at 2 weeks.

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We definitely are! It is only 100-200 dollars around here though so it is more like, why not!?

Did you or will you have a photographer take newborn pics? I am currently pricing them and my mind is BLOWN by how much it costs. Of course I realize quality work is expensive – I had just forgotten how expensive since our wedding! I’m trying to decide if they are worth it. To give an example, on average a photographer in my area charges $600-$850 for a 1 hour session with 20 images. We are on a budget because my maternity leave is unpaid, so that number kind of stings. If you got newborn pics, were they worth it?

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@ellebeerob:  I would get them. I am assuming you don’t mean delivery room pics lol… those I would not do. Only drive if you know it’ll be safe.. like taking a newborn on a long car ride could potentially be risky, no? Especially where I live, winter driving is something you want to avoid as much as possible.

I would drive to meet your favorite photog.  I’m sure you will get a little tired of being in the house anyway – think of it as a road trip and you can stop somewhere and grab lunch. 🙂

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Part 2 of my question – our wedding photog is amazing, but she is about 3-ish hours away. She wants to do our newborn pics, so she quoted us an amazing price, which is less than half of what anyone is charging here. Would we be completely crazy to drive to her or meet her halfway to get them done? I’m just at a loss. First time mom problems 🙂

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$600-$850 for 20 images seems very steep to me, even if they are specific poses.  That kind of pricing would make me wonder if the person is not experienced at working with children, or is bad with them, and so marks infant sessions up because they find them harder to do.  Newborns are actually pretty easy to photograph.  Feed them, make them warm, and play some soft music or have one of the parents sing or speak softly to them – they fall right asleep.  Then you can pose them however you want and take your pictures.

@ellebeerob:  Thanks! He’s so stinkin’ cute! (Not that I’m biased or anything).

We did do professional pics of DD (dear daughter) until she was about 10 weeks old, and once a year since then( combined with family pics usually). When this little guy comes it will be time for our yearly pics anyway, so as long as DH (dear husband) is there we will have newborn pics done

Honestly, I don’t like most newborn photos I see haha. Like the naked curled up or head on their hands ones, they just don’t really appeal to me and I feel like the babies look wrinkly and funny XD. I think I’ll skip getting fancy photos until my baby is a little older. Usually the hospitals have a photographer come around for some basic newborn photos and I think that will suffice especially because the photographers in my area like to charge wayyy too much (like 600+). If there was someone who would do it for 100 or so I’d consider it.

I know it’s not the same, but I had my friend who has an excellent camera take some photos when my cat was just a kitten. I like looking back at those pics… at the time I never imaged how much he’d grow/change and it’s nice to have those images. I am sure it’s similar w. a baby 🙂

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I’d probably end up doing it myself.  I’m an amateur photographer with a decent rig, and have already provided photos of the babies and pets of family and friends. 

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Man, our photographer does newborn sessions for $225 + a DVD of images with print rights. Her “growing up” package is $500 for a 1, 4, 8, and 12 month sessions with DVD and print rights.

@ellebeerob:  I would get them, but I would not drive.  Newborn photos are best done the first few days after birth, and (1) I wouldn’t want the baby out so early, and (2) even with an uncomplicated vaginal delivery, I was too sore for a long car ride for at least the first week.  DH reminded me that I hated the 10 minute drive to the pediatrician, soreness wise.

We don’t do pictures that often so we don’t have the same problem. We do pro portraits of the kids individually at 6 months and/or one year. We do family portraits each year. We’re definitely doing newborn photos but not through a commercial studio.

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I would love NB pics but I will only be working part-time come May so Darling Husband will prob nix that idea.  But this summer while I have a little free time I plan to go take a photography class to really learn how to use my super-expensive & complicated camera properly.  I will prob set up a shoot when we get home.  Hopefully with a little editing they will turn out just as great!

I love my DS (dear son) newborn pic done at a commercial studio. I would like to do that again but I would refrain from having pics done every 3 months. I have waaaaaaay too many pics. My favorite newborn pic is of my son only in his diaper, eyes wide open, laying on his tummy, so precious.

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I’m a FTM, but we plan on doing a newborn/family photo session once she gets here. I always love looking at everyone else’s newborn pics. I found a place close to us that is very reasonably priced and all the photos go on a CD (cycle day) so I can print when and how many I want or email them to family to print themselves.

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I have my ABOSLUTE favorites up, but most of them are in the book. I don’t regret getting them either. One day I will get them in nicer albums and for each kid, but for now, I love being able to flip through it and see how they’ve grown. 😀

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@Quietserenity:  That’s what I was thinking! Or worst case scenario, and I have a c-section…I won’t feel like being in the car at all.

So far, I have a big album that all our professional pics are in and I can take it out and flip through it.

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I had professional photos done of my DD (dear daughter) and some of us as a new family at 1 week old. They are still some of my favorite, most cherished photos. Will do them again this time around.

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We got them and they are awesome! Our wedding photographer does shoots for $300. He is amazing and could charge way more, he’s just awesome. He came up to our house and spent something like 3 or 4 hours doing them (and then asked if there were any others we’d like.) I’m really glad we have them. They are only newborn for a few days and I’m so glad we have those days captured. Here are some!

We did the hospital photos. We don’t do professional photos but every 6mo- year because we’re constantly taking pics with our own camera. We do have tons of pictures, but most are on our computer so space isn’t an issue.

We frame for us and for gifts. We don’t order a massive amount of poses. Just a couple of our favorites and all photos on a disc if feasible. We’ll continue to enjoy them when we’re old and when they start their own families.

@Jess1483:  Those are amazing! I love them! I think even if she charged us mileage, she’d still be cheaper than everyone else so that’s a good idea.

Hi Ladies.  I didn’t get newborn photos taken when my DS (dear son) was born. But I did get JCPenney, Sears, etc. pictures taken every 3 months. Now, with my DS (dear son) 3 years old, I’m finding I have so many photos that I don’t have enough space to put them all!

@Polyphemus:  Yes, the photos were super easy and our photog was very experienced. He said they are some of his easiest. Make sure to plan them within the first 10 days.

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I didn’t get professional pics done, but did take ones with my own camera.

I had some taken of Emma at the hospital and I did not like them at all. She looked swollen, didn’t look like herself..I took better pictures of her with my phone, without having to dress her up or disturb her rest. Definitely a waste of money. Can’t say I’m a huge fan of professional baby photos overall. Newborns don’t need to be dressed up or “posed”. It’s different once they’re a couple of months old and they can actually smile or sit up straight.

I feel like driving so far probably isn’t a great idea. You won’t be feeling up to a long car ride yourself, much less doing so with a tiny one. Can you pay her to come to you? If the price difference is that awesome, use some of the difference to get her there?

I really want to have some newborn pictures taken, but I don’t think I would spend as much as you were quoted. Maybe you could shop around and find someone newer to the industry who might cut you a deal. 



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The lighting of your shot will probably be particularly important. You don`t want to go exposing newborn eyes to brilliant flash bulbs, so try and take images in circumstances which might be naturally bright when photographing newborns. Increase the ISO and exposure compensation on your digital camera in low mild levels , but verify to guantee that the image would not turn out to be too grainy as a result.

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