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- Plan your poses.
- Pick the best time of the day for the shoot.
- Experiment with different angles.
- Focus on your baby, not the background.
- Don’t mind the gear… much. The most important factor is the lighting and resolution of the photo.
- Typical newborn poses include having them on their tummies, propping their heads on their arms and elbows, or allowing them to just lie comfortably on their backs.
- Some babies are easy to move while others are just happy with curling up into a ball. The key here is to never force the baby to do a pose that they’re uncomfortable in and to always support the head, neck, and body when changing their positions.
- Using your phone camera at the highest resolution and natural sunlight is often good enough to start with.