Supplies For Newborn Photography

newborn photography Supplies For Newborn Photography

newborn photography Supplies For Newborn Photography

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In her master class, Newborn Photography: Props and Posing, Ana Brandt broke down what she keeps in her bag — which, she says, is actually a bag made to carry scrapbooking supplies.

Photography bags have a reputation of being comically large — lenses! Accessories! Tripods! — when, truthfully, packing light can be just as effective as bringing all of your earthly possessions to a shoot. In newborn photography, though, it’s a little different. New babies have a lot of needs, not to mention parents whose world has just become radically different than it was just a few weeks ago. If you’re going to be shooting on-location, you need to not only be prepared for the inevitable messes, but also have something in the bag for mom and dad, too.

–Cloth diapers–Wipes–Antibacterial gel–Burp cloths: “We just cut it,” says Ana about her small squares of absorbent  material, which she hides in the props she uses with the baby.–Chux pads: These are absorbent liners which are great for keeping your set — whether it’s a parent’s home or your studio — tidy and dry during a shoot)–Rice paper: Ana uses these blotting papers for parents, because “it saves on retouching.”–Aquaphor: Similarly, says Ana, newborn skin frequently experiences peeling, which she also has to retouch. This gentle lotion helps minimize the appearance. “It’s the best thing for babies. Pediatricians recommend it,” she explains. Peeling is perfectly natural, but as a photographer, any way to reduce retouching is a smart investment. “It will save you hours of retouching,” she says.–Gripe water: “We just give it to the parents for free,” says Ana of this natural gas-soothing remedy. Not only does it make the baby more comfortable, it can also help make a newborn shoot go much more smoothly. “I loved it with my daughters,” she explains, “because they were so fussy.”

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What One Newborn Photographer Brings on Every Shoot March 2, 2016

For more vital newborn safety tips, RSVP for the March 11th and 12th class Baby Safety & Posing for Newborn Photographers with instructor Kelly Brown

Of course, Ana also bring props, outfits, and other accessories — but these basics, she says, always come with her on location.

Supplies For Newborn Photography