Bouncin' Baby Photography

Baby Never Looked So Good!

Connor – Bountiful Newborn Photography January 24, 2012

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I’m back! Can you believe it? I didn’t realize my blogging would be the thing to suffer so when I had my third child. Now that my little man is getting bigger and will let me put him down, I am getting back into the swing of things. I was lucky enough to get to photograph this little one over the snowy weekend. His face was just so cute it wasn’t hard to pick out images for his gallery, he was so sweet in all of them. This session is more typical of a hospital session.
A little bit of heaven
Drifted down from above –
A handful of happiness,
A heart full of love.
The mystery of life,
So sacred and sweet
The giver of joy
So deep and complete.
Precious and priceless,
So lovable, too
The world’s sweetest miracle,
Baby boy, is you.

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I love photographing newborns, especially the tiny little ones that just can’t help but sleep. This little guy was an angel for his photos. Dad likes tools so we put him in his lumberjack suit and took a couple with his tools all around him. Really sweet boy and adorable doting parents. Thank you for letting come into your home to capture some of these first memories of Connor.

 

Sweet boy – North Salt Lake Newborn Photography September 19, 2011

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Peek! This sweet 6 day old boy was so cute. And his big brother was so much fun. Congrats to Mom and Dad on your new addition!

 

Oh Baby Daxon – Syracuse Newborn Photography August 16, 2011

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Baby Daxon was so interested in everything that I was doing that he did not want to go to sleep. An hour later and all my tricks being put to good use, he let me get the shot I wanted.

He had the most handsome blue eyes. I can’t wait to see if they stay as brilliant as he gets older.

He had killer eyelashes too. Once asleep he was quiet beautiful.

Mamma loved this little hat so we took a ton of photos with it. She liked it so much she ordered one in navy and brown for Daxon when he is a little older.

 

Sleeping handsomes – Utah Newborn Photography July 27, 2011

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Sorry for the formatting, I can't seem to figure out why wordpress is messing everything up.

I love a 9lbs+ baby!

Little man was really great to work with and so adorable. Soft skin, handsome face, nibblable  ears (I know I like to make up words,) he reminds me why I love my career.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ha ha this photo made me laugh so hard when I captured it. Big brother was so into what I was trying to do with little brother that he did it just like him, eyes closed and everything 🙂 Isn’t big brothers hair beautiful?! I love it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you so much to these little ones parents. It was great meeting you and spending time with you and your gorgeous boys.

 

Ja – ja – Jordan – Utah Newborn Photographer Cortney Jones July 19, 2011

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His big brother calls him George. It was the cutest thing to hear him say it.

 

Tips from a professional newborn photographer July 13, 2011

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1 – Get a professional photographer if you can afford one. If seeking a professional photographer, find one that specializes in newborns. Some photographers will go to the home as well (I do home visits!) so inquire about that. When going to the photographer’s studio, make sure they are prepared to work with newborns and have items such as blankets, wipes, feathers and other necessities.

2 – Have your baby photographed early. I suggest that clients schedule their babies within 1-2 weeks – or within the first 10 days of life. Remember to include siblings as well.

3 – Keep babies warm during the session, especially if your little one is naked. Crank up the heat!

4 – Noise machines work great for fussy babies. If you do not have one, download noise machine sounds to your phone or put a CD in your computer.

5 – Babies love to be cozy – getting warm blankets or materials and laying them in a basket keeps them happy and sleepy.

6 – If possible, turn off the flash and work in natural light. Put the baby in a basket by a window. (the light is coming from the right in the photo above)

7 – Try shooting in black and white – it is classic and timeless.

8 – Get the baby parts! Hands, toes, lips will never be this small again! Get really close!

9 – Get closeups with Dad and Mom (or partners) – it’s a very precious time.

10 – Have patience. When unclothed, babies will poop and pee and make all sorts of messes! A little patience and a paper towel goes a long way!

Hope that helps a little.

 

Oh baby! – North Salt Lake Newborn Photography June 16, 2011

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First, let me say the two little boys in this family are soo adorable! I could not get over how well behaved and how mellow their toddler was, and how he was totally potty trained. I especially love that their toddler speaks more Korean than his daddy. It was great to visit their home and capture their new little one for them to have these wonderful memories. HAPPY early FATHER’S DAY!

Isn’t he just gorgeous?! A lot of new things used for these photos, which is your favorite?

PS Thanks Mama for letting me borrow your potty training book! We are planning to do the 3 day plan a week from tomorrow.