Newborn Safety Awareness Week – November 7th, 2011 | Aneta Gancarz Newborn Photography Manchester » atgancarzphotography.co.uk/blog

Newborn Safety Awareness Week – November 7th, 2011 | Aneta Gancarz Newborn Photography Manchester » atgancarzphotography.co.uk/blog

I always shoot from the head down, never ever up the baby’s nose. Just this simple tip will make a world of difference. Please see the photos below. The bottom photo shows how you can see up baby’s nostrils. If you can ever see this, CHANGE YOUR ANGLE! It’s not good. In the top photo, I positioned myself much further to my left and a bit from above. No nostrils = good.

Ultimate Guide to Pro Newborn Photos

I always shoot from the head down, never ever up the baby’s nose. Just this simple tip will make a world of difference. Please see the photos below. The bottom photo shows how you can see up baby’s nostrils. If you can ever see this, CHANGE YOUR ANGLE! It’s not good. In the top photo, I positioned myself much further to my left and a bit from above. No nostrils = good.

FOR U- RHI:: Newborn Photography Tips and Tricks - don't shoot up nose, no sheen blankets, heating pad for warmth, 5-10 days

FOR U- RHI:: Newborn Photography Tips and Tricks - don't shoot up nose, no sheen blankets, heating pad for warmth, 5-10 days

Newborn photography must have items with a break down of why each item is important!

Newborn photography must have items with a break down of why each item is important!

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