#1 Newborn Photography by Jennie Pyfferoen von Oscar 18.04.2020 08:38

Hi Broadlands neighbors! I own a newborn, family and maternity photography business in Ashburn and would love it if you would check out my work at www.rebeccadanzenbaker.com and contact me to photograph your families! I specialize in fine-art studio portraiture for maternity newborns and outdoor portrait sessions for families and maternity.
My photography has been featured in Northern Virginia Magazine, Front Porch Living magazine, on BabyCenter.com and NewbornPhotography.com, among others. My work is currently on display at Premier Birth Center in Chantilly, VA, South Riding Pediatrics in South Riding, VA, NOVA Birth Partners in Stone Ridge, VA, and the Inova Children's Hospital NICU in Fairfax, VA.

#2 RE: Newborn Photography by Jennie Pyfferoen von RYhfg 18.04.2020 08:40

I was going to but the place near me said it 'had to be done' within first seven days which put me off, mever done this before god knows how i'll be coping in forst week so didnt want tied down to it if i was trying to adjust/had stitches etc. Though dont know how they could prove it wasnt within first seven days thinking about it! X

#3 RE: Newborn Photography by Jennie Pyfferoen von Ahowell 18.04.2020 08:42

My sister had hers done at about 8 weeks and they still got gorgeous pictures :) no photographer should turn you away because the baby is too old! They might just be a little more awake! I love the idea of newborn photography. My friend had some photo's done when her little boy was 12 weeks old with his big sister :) the result was adorable! She said the place that did the photo's was a bit iffy about doing them with him being 12 weeks but he was so well behaved that in the end I think they actually enjoyed taking the photos!!

#4 RE: Newborn Photography by Jennie Pyfferoen von 18.04.2020 08:42

Yeah it's so they're still sleepy and more inclined to curl up and be put in those cute positions! The older they are the harder this is as they want to stretch out etc. I think they can look great x
You can get some done at the hospital with the bounty lady. Obviously not quite as many options with a professional photographer, but we got some lovely photos of our son. I think we paid about £80, got lots of pictures on a memory stick, a big print, a plastic block print and a key ring for that.

#5 RE: Newborn Photography by Jennie Pyfferoen von Makay 18.04.2020 08:45

Our bounty lady was lovely, we got some lovely pics and as we were in for 3 days she said just to let her know if we wanted some pics taking when we were ready. I also use a lady who was trained by bounty and have shots done every 6 months at her house for £30 with 20 digital images.

#6 RE: Newborn Photography by Jennie Pyfferoen von Georgia 18.04.2020 08:46

I went to a newborn photo shoot with my little girl when she was 5 days old, didn't manage to get any sleepy shots because she was being a little monkey and stayed wide awake but still got some really cute pics, we hummed and ha'd about wether we would get one done then we seen a local lady was doing an offer of a mini newborn shoot for £99 for 10 images, when her normal one is £245... So we thought she's only this little once and if seemed like a good deal and so glad we went for it! If you want to know more details please click here https://ephotovn.com/newborn-photography/

#7 RE: Newborn Photography by Jennie Pyfferoen von Oscar 18.04.2020 08:46

I'm getting some newborn photos done of my baby. But my best friend is a photographer so it's going to be done at home in our own time. They say you have them done within 1st 7 days as they can easily lay them in position for photos and get lovely sleepy photos. I paid for my sister to have a photoshoot of my nephew at 4 days old, he was so sleepy he didn't notice anything was going on, he was kept warm, fed & dry.

#8 RE: Newborn Photography by Jennie Pyfferoen von Cheyenne 18.04.2020 16:59

Lifestyle newborn sessions – Are a bit more casual approach to newborn photography. There may be some posing but the intention is to capture more natural light images of the baby and their home. These sessions can be done up to 6 weeks old and usually last 1-2 hours max. My favorite thing about lifestyle newborn photography is capturing the wonder and amazement between the family members. Newborns are incredible but so is the love in the air. Memories of this time-frame often become fuzzy for new parents and that is precisely why I feel these types of shoots are so important.

#9 RE: Newborn Photography by Jennie Pyfferoen von Vanessa 18.04.2020 17:00

If you are doing the session in the client’s home, posed newborn photography sessions require nearly the same amount of prep as a wedding. You need quite a bit of “stuff” and it is easy to forget something so I pack the night before and use a checklist so I don’t forget anything (I’m a mom with a very limited memory). To make your life a bit easier, I’ve made a print ready checklist you can use which is included in the newborn photography toolkit – one of the FREE limited time bonuses included in our online Newborn Photography Workshop.

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