Looking for a great new “book” this Christmas?
One that is not only darling and cute… but also a learning tool?
Thank check out the Newborn Guide to Photography & Posing, by Robin Long!
$85, and an printed actual book
Softcover PRINTED 7×7 square book with 80 pages
I have not personally seen, read or reviewed the book myself…
but it sure looks like a fun read…
and something that would be on my holiday “wish list”!
Excerpts from her book intro:
I see a newborn baby as pure, natural and organic. Newborns are simple and untouched by the world around them,
inspiring me to create natural art with their curly, squishy little bodies. Once I hold a newborn in my arms, I begin to think
of how I’m going to create pure art with this tiny little person.
Each baby has their own personality that will some day, mold and shape them into who they will become. If we, as
newborn photographers, can draw upon the inspiration from each of them to create and capture the first days of their
life, we can show the world just what a miracle they truly are. Photographing a newborn baby is one of the most
rewarding feelings you will ever know. I love to capture the “womb-like” and “natural” poses babies love.
These poses are the ones that show how pure they truly are, and the ones parents will always treasure.
While we all love to shape and create them into our own little squishy poses, don’t discount the importance of
“natural” poses. You will capture a moment that is truly pure.
The Newborn Photography Guide to Posing is a 7×7 Square printed & bound book filled with tons of photos and information to help guide you through a newborn session. You’ll find tips and tricks on posing, soothing baby, camera and lighting techniques, set up, baby tools every photographer needs, vendor list, transitioning from pose to pose, post processing, and more! Robin is an Award Winning Photographer based in Salem, Oregon and runs a successful portrait studio. Robin has also partnered with Keri Meyers Photography where they work together on teaching the purebaby workshop. You can find details of her book at Robin’s Little Nest (http://www.robinslittlenest.bigcartel.com) and the purebaby workshop ( http://www.robinlongphotography.com/photographers/pure-baby-newborn-workshop/).