Ashlin | Brisbane Newborn Photographer

Not having any girls of my own, I particularly adore photographing newborn baby girls – so much fun with pretty colours and lovely little accessories!

Ashlin was such a little doll. Her family brought the most beautiful hand-knitted baby shawl to use in her session, made with love by her grandma. It was so gorgeous and photographed beautifully – if only they had “accidentally” left it behind for my prop collection! I love to crochet, and have recently gone back to a bit of knitting too, but there’s no way I’ve got the patience for anything this intricate and elaborate. The little red wrap I used in the wooden bowl set up was actually the very first thing I knitted – my cousin Penny taught me when I went to visit her in Armidale in about 2007!

Anyway, enough about the nanna-sports – here is beautiful little Ashlin’s newborn session.

 

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This is the gorgeous framed print Ashlin’s family chose! I love love love seeing beautiful photos printed and framed professionally like this. When clients come back to see their photos and place their print and image order, I have lots of samples and sizing guides to assist with the decision making. Stunning frames like this are professionally sealed and ready to hang straight on the wall. So easy!

Framed newborn portrait

 

Do you have a beautiful bubba on the way? I’d love to chat with you about your own session. You can call on 0412 522 716, or get in touch here

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