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A Guide to Accessories for Newborn and Infant Photography

A Guide to Accessories for Newborn and Infant Photography

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Getting great pictures of your newborn or infant is certainly not kid stuff. Indeed, the window of opportunity for coaxing a perfect expression and a picturesque pose from your little bundle of joy is fleeting, at best. For parents (and others) who aspire to capture such moments, user-friendly gear, highly functional accessories, and photogenic props can make all the difference. With this in mind, here are our best recommendations to help make photo sessions with your unpredictable little darlings a success.

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Getting great pictures of your newborn or infant is certainly not kid stuff. Indeed, the window of opportunity for coaxing a perfect expression and a picturesque pose from your little bundle of joy is fleeting, at best. For parents (and others) who aspire to capture such moments, user-friendly gear, highly functional accessories, and photogenic props can make all the difference. With this in mind, here are our best recommendations to help make photo sessions with your unpredictable little darlings a success.

Pick the Right Camera for the Job

These days, nearly everyone has a camera in his or her mobile device, but that doesn't necessarily make it the best option for commemorating the most significant occasions in your little one's life.

Canon EOS Rebel T6i DSLR Camera with 18-55mm Lens
With all the available cameras in the marketplace, selecting the right one for your needs becomes a very personal choice. While there's not nearly enough room here to walk you through the options, Explora's informative Buying Guides can help with your decision-making. Those who are new to photography might also benefit from Todd Vorenkamp's Introduction to Learning Photography.

Adding Light to the Mix

While on- or off-camera strobe might seem like a convenient way to highlight your newborn in his or her best light, the sudden burst of a bright flash could frighten your tiny tot, thus compromising the resulting image. To avoid this, consider one of the many continuous-lighting options that B has on hand, such as these LED lights.

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